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    September 11, 2013

    Don't Forget the Forgotten...

    In the 12 years since 9/11, an entire generation of Americans has grown up in the shadows of towers that no longer stand. These are the children who experienced the tragedy through pictures -- the Statue of Liberty wreathed in smoke -- and stories, of heroes racing into collapsing buildings to save people they'd never met. In their textbooks are ... (more)


    September 10, 2013

    Fox Sports Sacks Outspoken Christian

    As a former running back, Craig James isn't used to being on the defensive. But unfortunately, that's exactly where Fox Sports is putting him in a story that should rock the football world. The retired Pro-Bowler became the latest face of the war on religious liberty, when -- after one day on the job -- Fox Sports gave James the boot for his ... (more)


    September 09, 2013

    Monk Breaks Silence on Air Force Persecution

    The military can order its troops to do a lot of things -- but insisting they hold a certain worldview is not one of them. Unfortunately for Senior Master Sergeant Phillip Monk, his commanding officer never got that memo. Now, after a clash of opinions on marriage, the lesbian major is on a personal mission to destroy Monk's career. It started ... (more)


    September 06, 2013

    Striking While the Iran Is Hot?

    President Obama may want to use force in Syria, but the kind of intervention Christians want is material -- not military. According to organizations on the ground of the war-torn country, the need for humanitarian help is great. Rosangela Jarjour, just one of many in the Fellowship of Middle East Evangelical Churches, pleaded with the West to help ... (more)


    September 05, 2013

    At Clinics, Pro-Lifers Get Closure

    No one likes to see a business close its doors -- unless that business is an abortion clinic! In states across America, pro-lifers have been all too happy to shutter facilities bent on misleading women and taking innocent lives. And that's no small number, according to a new report from Bloomberg. Since 2011, 58 of America's abortion clinics -- ... (more)


    September 04, 2013

    (Wedding) Bands of Brothers

    While the rest of the Obama administration was cheering the Supreme Court's overreach on marriage, the IRS's celebration was a little more subdued. Like a lot of government officials, they knew the decision to strike down a section of the Defense of Marriage Act was about to unleash bureaucratic chaos, especially where the state and federal tax ... (more)


    September 03, 2013

    In Syria, Christians at a Crossroads

    While the U.S. teeters on military action in Syria, one population is pleading with the West to reconsider: orthodox Christians. As the situation deteriorates in the Middle East, the Syrian Christian community is exposed, vulnerable, and worst of all, shrinking. Driven out of the country by the hundreds, Syria's Christian community finds itself in ... (more)


    August 02, 2013

    Washington Needs An Operation, And The Doctor Is In

    Before this year, most Americans had probably never heard of Dr. Ben Carson. Despite being a world-renowned neurosurgeon whose life story was made into a popular movie starring Cuba Gooding, Jr., Dr. Carson became a household name when he blew the socks off Washington, D.C. with a speech that many called the longest 27 minutes of Barack Obama's ... (more)


    August 01, 2013

    Weighing the Probes and Cons

    Credibility starts at the top -- and in this administration, so does the lack of it. The President's perpetual eyesore, the Justice Department, is in more hot water now that the House Judiciary Committee has released its report on DOJ's criminal probes of journalists like Fox's James Rosen. Not surprisingly, the House's opinion of DOJ chief Eric ... (more)


    July 31, 2013

    Obama's Bargain Debasement

    After 24 hours, the President's "grand bargain" sounds more like a grand failure. Not long after the President delivered his big speech in Tennessee, even his reliable friends in the Washington Post and New York Times didn't hesitate to pan the proposal -- which promised more middle class jobs in exchange for funding the Left's pet projects. Most ... (more)


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