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    Hollywood to China: You Can Be My Wingman Anytime
    July 23, 2019

    It's been 33 years since Maverick buzzed the tower in Top Gun. A lot has changed since then, including -- fans point out -- the iconic pilot's jacket. What does a tiny change to his military patch mean? That China has a bigger role in Hollywood's blockbusters than ever. (continue reading...)

    Liberal Politics a Risky Business for CEOs
    July 23, 2019

    It isn't news that Americans have major trust issues with the media. What is news is that Big Business isn't far behind. In the latest survey on people's confidence in institutions, corporate leaders took one of the deepest hits. And after a decade of pushing one-sided politics, it's not difficult to see why. (continue reading...)

    Congress Borrows Trouble with Debt Deal
    July 22, 2019

    While the media's busy talking about China, Iran, and North Korea, the biggest threat to America may be the one nobody's really talking about -- the U.S. debt. Our country has plenty of enemies, but right now, Congress's spending habits may be doing more damage to America's future than any dictator ever could. Now that the U.S. is up against the borrowing limit, both parties have a chance to do something about it. (continue reading...)

    One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Faith
    July 22, 2019

    If you were a tourist expecting to see the Washington Monument at night, you probably did a double take. For most nights leading up to Saturday's 50th anniversary of the moon walk, what people saw wasn't the familiar pyramid-topped column but a Saturn V rocket -- as real as the day it took off. It was NASA's way of reliving one of mankind's greatest stories -- one that left a footprint even bigger than Buzz Aldrin's iconic print. (continue reading...)

    In Gender Debate, More Groom and Doom
    July 22, 2019

    It used to be called indecent exposure. Now, thanks to the transgender movement, it's called something else -- tolerance. From bathrooms to beauty salons, the story is all the same. Biological men who want access to women's services and spaces. And biological women who want the freedom to say, "No." (continue reading...)

    Like Gold Tested in Fire
    July 19, 2019

    When people wonder if events like the State Department's ministerial work, the evidence is sitting right in front of them. This time last year, Pastor Andrew Brunson was locked away under house arrest in Turkey -- his fate completely uncertain. In fact, one of the most enduring memories of last July's gathering was his daughter, Jacqueline, making an emotional plea for his release. (continue reading...)

    In the Hate of the Moment
    July 19, 2019

    While the State Department was trying to stop religious hostility, one congresswoman was down the street trying to fuel it. In an eerie backdrop to the Trump administration's ministerial, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) seemed determined to highlight the threat that exists right here at home -- radical Democrats. (continue reading...)

    Out of the Mountain of Despair, Hope
    July 18, 2019

    It looks like a primitive N. Five years ago, Navine’s mother carved the makeshift tattoo into her arm in a panic, using a nail and ashes. If they were separated, her mother told her, this would be how she would identify her. Navine was 11 when she was taken. (continue reading...)

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