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    'I'm Afraid Too... but Aren't We Supposed to Fix This?'
    January 17, 2020

    There's a day in everyone's life that helps define them. For Jewher Ilham, that date was February 2, 2013. She and her dad woke up that morning, thinking they were on their way to America. "It was supposed to be an adventure." Instead, it was the start of another journey -- the story of a teenage daughter, who China turned into a global freedom fighter. ... (more)


    The Pronoun Throw Down
    January 17, 2020

    "Refreshingly sane." It's not everyday those two words are used to describe the circuit courts. But, then again, it's not every day -- at least anymore -- that those circuit courts are packed with liberal activists. Thanks to the White House, one in every four circuit judges is now a Donald Trump appointee, who respects the boundaries of the constitution. And after seeing the kind of transgender ... (more)


    Trump Celebrates Freedom in Grant Style
    January 17, 2020

    A religious test shouldn't be used for public service, and it shouldn't be used for public funding either! And thanks to President Trump's string of announcements Thursday, Christians shouldn't have anything to worry about. ... (more)


    234 Years Later, No One's Doubting Thomas
    January 16, 2020

    He was a president -- a man who doubled the size of our country, abolished the international slave trade, even developed the plans for West Point. When the Library of Congress was demolished in the War of 1812, he single-handedly restocked it. He invented the polygraph, swivel chairs, the dumbwaiter, message encoders, a form of the pedometer, even the macaroni noodle. He was America's first ... (more)


    Trump: Fixing the Schools' Prayer Conditioning
    January 16, 2020

    "Y'all don't do that again." Eighth grader Hannah Frost looked up in surprise. It was her Honey Grove Middle School principal, Mr. Frost, walking toward the table where she and a few classmates were standing. One of their friends had been in a car crash, and they'd gone to an empty corner of the lunchroom to pray. If they wanted to keep this up, he told them the next day, they'd better move ... (more)


    'Even If I Die, I Have No Regrets'
    January 16, 2020

    Her name isn't Hae Woo, but, like a lot of traumatized North Koreans, she doesn't want to take any chances. "I'm a believer," she says, "because of my husband -- because of the things he told me and my children about Jesus. 'You cannot see Him,' he would say, 'but He is alive and working.'" That became harder to believe when he was taken from them, locked away in a prison where he would die. ... (more)


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