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    The Cheat Is On
    November 29, 2018

    You've got to hand it to Democrats. Instead of committing voter fraud, they've got a better idea -- making it legal! And judging by this midterm's House races, the strategy finally paid off. (continue reading...)

    House Offers to Validate Parking
    November 29, 2018

    What do parking lots have to do with the new tax amendment? An awful lot if you're a nonprofit. For the first time in history, charities and churches are being taxed over the benefits they offer their employees -- like free parking or transportation.  (continue reading...)

    Syria's Changes in Store for Refugees
    November 28, 2018

    When Congressman Chris Smith (R-N.J.) flew to Iraq before Christmas in 2016, it didn't just change his life – it might change millions. Seeing starving families in filthy camps, right in the heart of ISIS country, shocked him to the core. (continue reading...)

    Freedom That's Larger than Light
    November 28, 2018

    You've heard of Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Giving Tuesday. But what about Red Wednesday? For the past couple of years, on November 28, the world has taken time out of the holiday season to stop and remember the millions of persecuted Christians around the world.  (continue reading...)

    Won Mississippi...
    November 28, 2018

    Election night may have been November 6, but for Mississippi, the midterms didn't end until last night. And when they did, Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith took home the last empty seat in the Senate. (continue reading...)

    No Greater Love
    November 27, 2018

    It's been almost two weeks since John Allen Chau climbed in a kayak halfway around the world, determined to reach the shore of a tiny island in the middle of the ocean. His whole life he'd been determined to live out the words of Jesus in the Great Commission -- to go and make disciples of all nations. He died on North Sentinel Island trying. (continue reading...)

    'My People Look to the United States for Hope'
    November 27, 2018

    The days of herding up people like cattle and sending them away to torture camps were supposed to die with World War II. Unfortunately for the Chinese, they're as real today as ever. In one of the greatest human catastrophes no one is talking about, as many as a million Muslim minorities are living in echoes of the 1940s Germany. And without the West's help, it shows no sign of stopping. (continue reading...)

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