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Once upon a time, presidents knew what kept America great

James Monroe explaining Monroe Doctrine James Monroe was born April 28, 1758. Scottish Rev. William Douglas, an early tutor of Thomas Jefferson, taught in the home of James’ father, Col. Spence Monroe. James then attended Campbellton Academy, run by Scottish Rev. Archibald Campbell of Washington Parish, with a fellow-classmate being John Marshall, the future Chief […]

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Dr. Jihad’s prescription for a Muslim America

Syrian immigrant Dr. Jihad Qaddour addresses Muslims in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in August 2016. A Muslim resident of Sioux Falls shocked the state of South Dakota and beyond recently when he posted videos to Facebook warning Christians to “be scared, be terrified” as he brandished five guns and 1,200 rounds of ammunition. Ehab Jaber […]

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Breastfeeding mom claims rights violated at church

(NBC News) A Virginia woman who was trying to comfort her baby during a church service says she was escorted out of the sanctuary for breastfeeding. Annie Peguero, of Dumfries, says in a Facebook Live video that she was questioned twice as she breastfed Sunday in Summit Church in Springfield: first as she sat near […]

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IRS, postal inspectors raid Benny Hinn Ministries

(KXAS-TV) U.S. Postal Service inspectors and IRS criminal investigators were executing a search warrant Wednesday at the Grapevine offices of prominent televangelist Benny Hinn. Though NBC 5 crews saw a large number of federal agents walking in and out of the offices with boxes, investigators would not say what they are looking for or even […]

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Science guy? How about smut peddler?

Bill Nye has built a lucrative career championing science. He’s cashing in on the nostalgia surrounding his old children’s show with a new show on Netflix, “Bill Nye Saves the World.” In theory, the show promotes a scientific worldview. But in practice, it’s promoting degenerate sexual behavior, claims gender exists along a “spectrum,” and spews […]

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Pentagon yields to CAIR demand to ‘review’ counter-terror training

Responding to a demand by the controversial Council on American-Islamic Relations, the Pentagon will formally review the content of a counter-terrorism training program taught to special forces by a private contractor. As WND reported earlier this month, Patrick Dunleavy, a former deputy inspector general for the New York State Department of Corrections, is an instructor […]

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A president whose policies were guided by faith

Ulysses S. Grant Born April 27, 1822, into a Methodist family in Ohio, he was nominated at age 17 for a position at West Point by Congressman Thomas Hamer, who mistakenly added the middle initial “S” to his name. At West Point, Ulysses S. Grant set an equestrian high-jump record that lasted for nearly 25 […]

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An artist the left would love to forget

“The Forgotten Man” by Jon McNaughton – acrylic, 2011 Jon McNaughton has been a “hidden man” in many respects. A conservative painter with extensive knowledge of his craft, he was far from being a household name – until Sean Hannity introduced him to America in 2012. Sean and Jon intersected through a link in the […]

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U.S. panel names Russia as religious persecutor

For the first time in its two decades of existence, the federal government’s independent panel commissioned by Congress to investigate religious persecution worldwide is recommending that the State Department designate Russia a “country of particular concern.” In its annual report, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, or USCIRF, named Russia among 16 countries that […]

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Why our nation isn’t what Jefferson envisioned

Thomas Jefferson Ten years before William Shakespeare died, the colony of Virginia was named for the “Virgin Queen” Elizabeth. Virginia’s first charter stated, April 10, 1606: “Greatly commending … their Desires for the Furtherance of so noble a Work, which may, by the Providence of Almighty God, hereafter tend to the Glory of His Divine […]

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