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    'The Light Doesn't Stop Shining When It Gets Darker'
    January 17, 2019

    U.C. Berkeley supposedly started the Free Speech Movement in 1964, but that would probably be shocking news to Christians today. There aren't many campuses more hostile to diverse viewpoints than the California school who allowed students to spend weeks harassing and persecuting one of its student senators, Isabella Chow. (continue reading...)

    Pelosi's #SOTU Shutdown Showdown
    January 17, 2019

    If there's one thing the far-Left always runs from it's an honest debate. Right now, the worst thing for Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) would be for the country to hear the president's side of the story on the border crisis. So, Democrats are doing what they do best: trying to silence the truth. (continue reading...)

    First Freedom: A Day to Celebrate
    January 16, 2019

    When George H.W. Bush died in November, he was remembered for so many things -- his leadership in the Cold War, America's invasion of Kuwait, his World War II service. What almost never came up was January 16, 1993. Four days before President Bush left office, his dream of a second term lost, he did something significant. He heeded Congress's call to set this day apart, so that we could honor what sets our nation apart: religious freedom. (continue reading...)

    An Open Doors Policy on Faith
    January 16, 2019

    While Americans stop to celebrate Religious Freedom Day, there are 215 million Christians around who would give anything to experience even the smallest taste of it. That was one of the more startling findings of Open Doors 2019 World Watch List. The other? Christian persecution is getting worse. Almost half (73) of the 150 countries they studied showed "extreme," "very high," or "high levels" of persecution. Last year, it was 58. (continue reading...)

    House Dems Get on Their Hyde Horse
    January 16, 2019

    House Democrats don't think abortion should be rare -- they think it should be free! Apparently, that's the new majority's rallying cry in the lead-up to the 46th anniversary of the deadliest U.S. Supreme Court ruling in history. But don't expect it to be a popular one. Despite two years of pushing the party into some of the most radical terrain in Democratic history, liberals' position on the issue is a far cry from most voters'. (continue reading...)

    Court Knocks HHS Un-conscience
    January 15, 2019

    Barack Obama said goodbye to the White House two years ago -- but thanks to an army of activist judges, he never really left. In windowless courtrooms across America, Obama's policies live on, despite the fact that so many of them were unconstitutional to begin with! Meet the judicial #Resistance -- a bigger threat to Donald Trump's presidency, David French fears, than Democrats themselves. (continue reading...)

    Special Report: Religious Freedom Day
    January 15, 2019

    Tomorrow, America is celebrating the 233rd birthday of one of the most significant pieces of legislation ever passed: the Virginia Statute on Religious Freedom. The building block of our First Amendment, Thomas Jefferson was so proud of writing it that he had it inscribed on his tombstone. If it weren't for his defense of liberty, our Constitution might have had a far different framework. (continue reading...)

    Unborn in the U.S.A.
    January 15, 2019

    Heading into Friday's March for Life, some Republicans are already taking their first steps: bills to put the protection of the unborn front and center. House leadership may have changed, but the GOP is counting on the fact that American opinion has not. Abortion isn't health care, and it's time our laws reflected that. (continue reading...)

    Platform Shoos away Younger Voters on Abortion
    January 14, 2019

    The Democrats' national platform doesn't just lack common decency when it comes to unborn life -- it lacks common ground! For the last three years, the party of Obama and Clinton has been fighting to do away with consensus limits on abortion -- and based on the latest polling, that isn't exactly endearing them to voters. (continue reading...)

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