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The issue of abortion has barely come up in the debates of Election 2020. But for many of us, it is still the issue that matters most. I am a one issue voter, without apology, and that issue is abortion. I’m against it. If a politician thinks it is acceptable—whatever the rhetoric—to deliberately kill a living, developing human being in the womb, that politician is wrong. And he or she will never have my vote. The issue of life is so basic. It is even the first ...

Conservative circles have been abuzz from the fallout of Twitter and Facebook’s decision to actively censor a major American Newspaper. On October 14, “America’s oldest newspaper,” the New York Post, published a story about damaging material found on a laptop that reportedly belonged to Hunter Biden, son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. The two social media giants both chose to immediately remove any post that shared New York Post articles ...

I’ve recently heard and read several stories of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s charismatic Catholic faith. On many occasions, her faith has been explained as though it's unusual or exotic to be a charismatic Christian. On some occasions, unfortunately, it’s discussed with blatant bigotry. In a recent monologue, comedian Bill Maher called Barrett “a [expletive] nut.” He then described her as ...

Poll workers at a League City polling place had been telling voters, illegally, that they needed to wear masks to vote. One of those voters was Galveston County Judge Mark Henry. Henry has since signed an order barring mask mandates at the voting booth in Galveston County in accordance with statewide law. Despite the clear exception for voters and poll workers in Governor Greg Abbott’s mask order ...

A TikTok video that recently went viral on social media showed a recent Harvard graduate threatening to stab anyone who said “all lives matter.” In her melodrama, she tried to sound intimidating with her histrionics. She won a huge audience, as she intended. But her video also came to the attention of the company that was going to give her an internship later this summer ...

During the early nineties, the leaning Tower of Pisa started to lean too far. So engineers designed a plan to salvage the twelfth-century landmark from toppling over ... Left to itself, our nation today faces the same threat, which once loomed over the leaning Tower of Pisa: tilting and headed toward catastrophe. The effort to elect public officials who support policies more consistent with biblical teachings has been ...

Nashville’s Metro Public Health Department said it is investigating a “Let Us Worship” prayer event that was held outside the city’s Metro Courthouse on Sunday that attracted about 10,000 worshipers, a report said. The event was reportedly led by Sean Feucht, a religious author and recording artist. He issued a statement Tuesday on Twitter that accused Nashville of “selectively” targeting Christians for “harassment and punishment” ...

With all the talk about seemingly irreconcilable differences between Americans of varying races, it might be helpful to focus on something that unites us all—the American dream of creating a better life for ourselves and our families. What every American has in common is not just that goal, but also the pathways—education and job training. Still, it’s true that the Black community has faced ...

Pilgrim Governor William Bradford wrote: "As one small candle may light a thousand, so the light here kindled hath shone unto many, yea in some sort to our whole nation." An example of "one small candle" lighting "a thousand" occurred in the early 1700s, with a rich young ruler ...

Netflix has been indicted by a Texas grand jury for allegedly promoting “lewd visual material” of a child in connection to the release of the controversial French film “Cuties. The grand jury in Tyler County returned the indictment against the streaming giant on Sept. 23, it was revealed Tuesday ...