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    Is Jimmy Carter breaking the law by aiding terrorists?

    A prominent liberal says former President Jimmy Carter might have crossed a serious line in helping raise money for an Islamic group tied to terror. Carter was in Detroit, Michigan, this weekend to be the keynote speaker of the 51st annual convention of the Islamic Society of North America, the nati ... Read More

    Barack Obama wishes you a Happy Labor Day with ....

    What else? A picture of himself, of course! Did you think he'd send you a job? ... Read More

    A president so weak he can't develop a plan

    "An imminent threat to every interest we have, whether it's in Iraq or anywhere else; ... as sophisticated and well-funded as any group that we have seen; ... beyond anything we've seen ..." -- Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, on the gathering threat of terror group ISIS "We don't have a strategy yet. ... Read More

    Citizens huddle up for praying football team in GA

    The message AHA is sending the Hall Country School Board is loud and clear: cleanse the school of religion or prepare to be sued. This warning was submitted to school board members in the form of a seven-page letter on behalf of a single citizen who chose to remain anonymous, demanding that the foot ... Read More

    Rand Paul needs a dose of reality

    Rand Paul, the GOP's leading isolationist, could crash down off the 2016 presidential contender platform if he continues to foolishly minimize the ISIS threat. Paul recently called Hillary Clinton a "war hawk" and warned there's "a lot of independents and even some Democrats who say, 'You know what? ... Read More

    Pro-life group wants PBS to pull pro-abortion documentary

    A pro-life group is asking the public to take action against a Public Broadcasting Service show soon to be aired. PBS plans to air a documentary, "After Tiller," on Labor Day, September 1. American Life League founder Judie Brown says part of the film is about George Tiller, the late-term Wichita ab ... Read More

    Pastor alarmed by occult theme of teen library books

    A Texas pastor is fighting to get books on the occult off library shelves and away from children. Phillip Missick is the pastor of King of Saints Tabernacle in Cleveland, Texas, near Houston. On a recent visit to the city library, out of curiosity he walked to the youth section to look at the books ... Read More

    Victory: Navy levels the field for homeschoolers

    After easily passing the military aptitude test (ASVAB) to get into the United States Navy, a homeschooler from South Dakota was denied acceptance by an Armed Forces recruitment officer, who told him that his score was not high enough because homeschoolers have to score higher than students who have ... Read More

    The 'Truthy' project: We are suspect

    The feds, through a National Science Foundation grant to Indiana University, are spending nearly $1 million to create a Twitter-centric "web service that will monitor 'suspicious memes' and what it considers to be 'false and misleading ideas,' with a major focus on political activity online," report ... Read More

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