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    Base Kemp: New Gov Kicks off to the Right
    January 8, 2019

    Georgia Governor Nathan Deal is packing up his office this week -- and fans of religious liberty aren't exactly sad to see him go. The Democrat-turned-Republican did a lot of things in his eight years at the top, but it's his betrayal of our freedom to believe that voters will remember most. (continue reading...)

    Must-Read! The Top 10 Myths about Abortion
    January 8, 2019

    In the weeks leading up to the March for Life, you'll probably hear a lot of things about the state of abortion in America -- some true, some not so true. Thanks to the liberal media, there's a lot of misinformation out there about the procedure and its consequences. (continue reading...)

    Human Rights Groups to U.S.: Trade Carefully on China
    January 8, 2019

    It was still hours before dawn when a BBC camera crew landed in China at an airport in the far northwest. After months of monitoring satellite images and hearing a handful of horrifying testimonies from the inside, British reporters came to see for themselves if the rumors of an underground network of forced labor camps was true. (continue reading...)

    A Cairo Christmas
    January 7, 2019

    What is at the heart of the Christmas message? I'd venture to say that many of your answers would have a lot to do with peace. As the angels declared, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, goodwill toward men." This is not the world's version of peace -- but the peace between God and man that's made possible through Jesus Christ. It is the same peace with God that is the foundation for goodwill toward others. (continue reading...)

    DOJ Gets Its Message a Cross
    January 7, 2019

    While the rest of the world was celebrating Christmas, the Department of Justice was working -- in part -- to protect it. After a quick break, DOJ attorneys were back at it on December 26, officially filing their own brief in a case that could have a lot to say about the holiday and other Christian displays around the country. (continue reading...)

    Never Let 'Em See You Threat
    January 7, 2019

    If winning the House was supposed to quiet the mobs of the extreme Left, it hasn't so far. After a vicious 2018, most Americans were hoping for a more diplomatic year in politics. Like us, they'll be disappointed to learn that a return to civility doesn't seem to be on the Left's list of 2019 resolutions. (continue reading...)

    Court Pulls Rank on Military Trans Ban
    January 4, 2019

    Activist judges have been on a mission to expand the influence of the courts in America for the last half-century, but they may have just crossed a red line. The courts have decided a lot of things -- but how the president runs the military isn't one of them. (continue reading...)

    Pelosi Overseas Abortion on First Day
    January 4, 2019

    New Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said no to the border wall -- but yes to tearing down the one between taxpayers and abortion. That was the state of play on Day 1 of the 116th Congress, a rude awakening for any American who cares about the sanctity of life. (continue reading...)

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