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    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

    The ObamaCare gotcha: Some may owe the feds thousands

    News reports that tax refunds may get hit due to ObamaCare credits echo the warnings made by various people in recent months. Many Americans are eligible for taxpayer subsidies to offset the cost of the health insurance that the government now requires virtually all Americans purchase. However, beca ... Read More

    IRS delivered 'a pack of malarkey' about Lerner's emails

    A public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption has learned that the allegedly "missing" e-mails from IRS official Lois Lerner in fact aren't missing at all. Judicial Watch calls it "a jaw-dropping revelation." Department of Justice attorneys for the Internal Revenue S ... Read More

    Work is not a bad word even for those in poverty

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- New Mexico's Catholic bishops appear to think work is a four-letter word. The bishops are incensed that Gov. Susana Martinez's administration plans to reinstate work-related requirements in October for an estimated 26,600 able-bodied adults who don't have children but receive fo ... Read More

    America transitioning to a police state?

    With military-clad police tending to the rioting in Ferguson, Missouri, and recent incidents with civilians where police resemble a wartime invasion squadron more than your friendly neighborhood police department, many American – including former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee – are ... Read More

    The JV team is in the White House

    So much for President Obama calling ISIS a "JV" team. Taking over parts of Iraq and Syria is no work of an amateur, that's for sure. And now, the brutal terror group Boko Haram, who hasn't been getting much attention lately with the continuous mass atrocities by ISIS, has just declared an Islamist c ... Read More


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