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RBG loyalists threaten violence; a method of protest she would strongly dissent

Supporters of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg have recently taken to social media in a call for violence should she be replaced by President Trump. What they don’t seem to realize is that they’re actually dishonoring her memory by doing this.   As soon as Justice Ginsburg passed away, conflicting quotes began emerging. One...

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Christians don’t fit in a political party, but they do fit with political issues

An article resurfaced recently voicing the popular argument that Christians don’t fit in a two-party system. Proponents of this argument say that the Church should not tie itself to one political party because Christianity does not agree with the complete platform of either party. They also claim that when the Church affiliates itself with a...

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Capitol Hill Baptist Church sues D.C. mayor for discriminatory COVID regulations

Capitol Hill Baptist Church is suing Washington D.C.’s Mayor Muriel Bowser for unfairly applying a 100-person limit on outside gatherings.   Bowser’s policy restricts outside church gatherings to 100 people, even with suggested social distancing standards. However, mass protests of tens of thousands, without proper social distancing standards, are not only acceptable but worthy of...

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Allie Beth Stuckey: ‘If you want to change the country, influence what people think about God’

Healing America begins with a proper understanding of God.   This was the message of “Relatable” host Allie Beth Stuckey at the Values Voter Summit 2020.   During her segment, Stuckey said that if we want to change our country, we need to “influence what people think about God.”   The outspoken Christian conservative began...

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The Passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Greatest Potential Pro-life Pivot of Our Lifetime

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an iconic jurist who shook, solidified, and overturned major patterns of American heritage, died last week at the age of 87.   As Americans, there is reason to jump to various dialogues about the inevitable changes to the high court’s jurisprudential demographics.   But before we are Americans, we...

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Prayer March 2020: Graham’s response to a troubled America

“America is in trouble. Our communities are hurting, our people are divided, and there’s fear and uncertainty all around us. Let’s join together and do the most important thing: pray!”–Franklin Graham   Franklin Graham will be leading a Prayer March in Washington D.C. on Saturday, September 26th from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.   The...

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Metaxas rebukes BLM-supporting churches, offers guidance to help impoverished communities

Eric Metaxas held nothing back in rebuking the Church for supporting the Marxist-based Black Lives Matter foundation.   The “If You Can Keep It” author continued by offering a rhetorical endorsement of President Trump while admonishing the Church to support him this November.   “Even if you hate Trump, you have to understand that we...

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Black Lives Matter Scrubs “What We Believe” From Website. It’s A Little Late.

Most Americans, regardless of political affiliations, would agree with the statement “black lives matter.”   Plenty of Americans, however, have been less-than-eager to throw their support behind Black Lives Matter, the far-left organization that bears the name of this truthful phrase and has also been pretty honest about their decidedly Marxist beliefs.   That is,...

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The Struggle for Liberty

If you believe in something, you will do your best to see it succeed.   On July 4, 1776, our forefathers were ignited by a love of their homeland and freeing it from the tyrannical rule of Great Britain. This patriotism is what prompted 56 delegates of the thirteen American colonies to mutually “pledge to...

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Is It Really Necessary to Praise Ruth Bader Ginsburg Upon Her Passing?

On Friday, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the most liberal judge in the high court’s history, passed away, initiating a tsunami of commentary, outrage, horror, distress, and grief from those on the left.   Those on the right, however, overwhelmingly seem to have opted for one of two reactions: elation and somber condolences, with...

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