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    Chaos in the Capitol
    January 6, 2021

    Calm is beginning to return to Capitol Hill after lawlessness and violence broke out earlier this afternoon. The violence at the U.S. Capitol building against Congress and Capitol Police is wrong and dangerous for our republic. Lawlessness is not the way, and such actions makes it difficult for law-abiding Americans to fight the good fight. Pray for our republic! (continue reading...)

    CNN Makes a Mockery of Faith
    January 6, 2021

    No one would mistake CNN as a champion of Christianity, but Chris Cuomo's latest diatribe against Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) crosses a line -- even for them. Maybe the network bosses have decided they don't want the big slice of viewership that the church represents. If not, then they've got an uphill climb proving otherwise, especially when they let their junkyard dogs use their airtime to attack faith. (continue reading...)

    The Zuckerberg Effect: How a Facebook Fortune Changed 2020
    January 6, 2021

    How dramatically did Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg change the 2020 election? The Facebook billionaire's influence, bought through $350 million in political grants, stretched to 2,500 jurisdictions and paid for ballot drop boxes, polling station employees, neighborhood harvesting, and other key decision-making. Did it tilt the outcome? Thomas More Society's Phill Kline joined us on "Washington Watch" to unpack one of the most disturbing, untold stories from last November. (continue reading...)

    GOP Judges Make a Loss Feel like a Future Win
    January 6, 2021

    Americans may be saying goodbye to President Trump later this month, but his presence will still be larger-than-life in another branch of government: the courts. Almost every day, there's another headline reminding both sides what an amazing judicial legacy the 45th president is leaving behind. And with Congress very nearly in Democratic hands, that's no small prize. (continue reading...)

    In Disappointment, Buoyed by Hope
    January 6, 2021

    When things started looking bleak on the morning of November 4th, conservatives held tightly to one comfort: At least we have the Senate. Two long and punishing months later, even that consolation is slipping away. Barring a last-minute surge for Senator David Perdue (R-Ga.), Republicans -- despite truly incredible gains in the House -- are on the verge of two tough years in the minority. It isn't the script any of us would have written for the country we love. But as those of us who've lived through the long arc of this movement know: it isn't the closing chapter either. (continue reading...)

    Hypocrisy: D.C.'s Default Bowser
    January 5, 2021

    For months, Democrats have been the riot party -- the tear-down-statues, vandalize-memorials, loot-small-businesses, and burn-everything-else voice in America. In Washington, D.C. in June, fires blazed up and down the National Mall, and what was the liberal mayor's response? To send our national guardsmen packing. Now, six months later, the president's supporters are coming to town. And what is Mayor Muriel Bowser's (D) response? Send back-up! (continue reading...)

    Facebook CEO Uses Fortune to Zuckerpunch Voters
    January 5, 2021

    If the U.S. government were hiring a company to run our elections, Facebook is the last place most of us would turn. For starters, they haven't proven they support free speech -- let alone free elections. Then there's the inherent bias. Just last November, CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted under oath that his "employee base skews Left-leaning." So the idea that America would hand over the keys to the 2020 election to him -- or any other Big Tech mogul -- is horrifying. But, the money trail shows, that's exactly what 2,500 local jurisdictions did. And now, the entire nation is paying for it. (continue reading...)

    New Science a Game Changer on Trans Sports
    January 5, 2021

    One of the very first things Joe Biden has promised to do as president is abolish girls' sports. It's a ludicrous thing to make a priority, but the former Obama VP insists -- like most liberals -- that "transgender equality is the civil rights issue of our time." It's the fair thing to do, Biden argues. But is it? New research in the British Journal of Sports Medicine says no. (continue reading...)

    In Georgia, 2020 Isn't Finished Yet
    January 4, 2021

    As happy as everyone was to see 2020 go, there's no easing into its replacement. The new year is already off to a roaring start, thanks to two U.S. Senate runoffs, a new Congress, and an electoral college challenge that's creating plenty of fireworks before Wednesday's joint-session showdown on Capitol Hill. After an endless string of high-stakes weeks and months, both sides are right: the next 72 hours are as crucial as they get. (continue reading...)

    Awoman's Place Is in the House?
    January 4, 2021

    House Democrats sure didn't waste any time sparking controversy. The 117th Congress had barely been gaveled in when Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) decided to stir the pot with a "prayer" that has several Americans wondering what, exactly, our country is in for under this leadership. In a word, the Washington Times warned: godlessness. (continue reading...)

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