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How Ginsburg’s supreme court vacancy could impact the 2020 election

A political earthquake has once again rocked Capitol Hill and the nation over the weekend, as the country mourns the loss of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away due to complications caused by pancreatic cancer on Friday, September 18th, 2020. While millions of conservatives and conservative leaning independents opposed...

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Why presidents who win re-election typically win a state they narrowly lost the first time

In less than two months, Americans will decide who the next president of the United States is for the next four years. The race is extremely close, such that even an electoral vote one way or the other could determine whether Joe Biden heads to the White House or President Trump returns for a second...

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Jack Brewer is right. Why we as Falkirk ambassadors need to defend Liberty University

At the “Get Louder: Faith Summit” hosted by Liberty University’s Falkirk Center, an event focused on energizing others around values pertaining to Christian liberty and intentional cultural engagement, Jack Brewer, a former football player and important Black voice in the conservative community, encouraged the audience to, “Continue to pray for Liberty University,”. Throughout its nearly...

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Pennsylvania’s Up For Grabs

As the calendar moves closer to November, polling data is showing that the presidential race is tightening. According to a Monmouth Poll, the presidential race is within four points, and one to three points when likely voters are taken into account. Both of these statistics are within the poll’s margin of error, which is typically...

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Blatant Judicial Activism in Michael Flynn Case

On Monday, Aug. 31, a U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected President Trump’s former national security advisor Michael Flynn’s motion for an order that would have dismissed his case. This ensures Flynn’s case will drag out for months.   Flynn has argued that new evidence demonstrates that the FBI agents who interviewed him did not...

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Why it’s ignorant to say evangelicals are single-issue voters

Christians are often accused by progressives as “single-issue voters.” Many times, this is in response to opposition to pro-choice candidates and is rooted in the biblical belief in the sanctity of life of the unborn.   However, this critique is shortsighted and oftentimes misleading. Constitutional principles like religious liberty, Second Amendment rights and many other...

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Democrats Dangerous Push to End the Legislative Filibuster

On Aug. 20, Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer left the door open to getting rid of the Senate filibuster.  During an interview with The Joe Madison Show, Schumer indicated that Democrats would “have an imperative… to get a whole lot done,” if Biden were to win the general election in November and if the...

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Why evangelicals are standing up for John MacArthur and Grace Community Church

Just hours before August 16’s church services began, the California Court of Appeal blocked an order that would have allowed churches to congregate, arguing that the risk of COVID-19 outweighed the right to hold church services.   Los Angeles-based Grace Community Church had recently constructed an outdoor tent to allow for outdoor church services, but...

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Kamala Harris’ authoritarian principles and inconsistencies are a threat to all Americans

On Tuesday, Aug. 11, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, chose Kamala Harris to be his running mate. Harris was originally a contender for the Democratic presidential ticket before dropping out in December 2019.   While Harris was considered the safe and predictable choice by many political insiders, both her record and ideological beliefs reveal a...

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Supreme Court rules Nevada can impose tighter restrictions on churches than casinos

On July 24, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that Nevada can impose tighter restrictions on churches than on casinos. This decision came after Chief Justice John Roberts joined the four dissenting justices appointed by Democratic presidents. The five dissenting justices in the majority did not elect to explain their decision.   The court issued a...

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