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NJ and VA gov. races - referendums on Obama?
Political observers say today's gubernatorial races in New Jersey and Virginia don't bode well for either Democratic candidate -- due in part to President Obama's declining popularity and his policies that don't resonate with the voters.

Perspective: Sex ed, lies, and modern culture
Much of what's taught under the heading of "sex ed" in health classes actually allows for practices that are distinctly un-healthy.

Belief in marriage a career-threatening stance
A school counselor in Maine could be in trouble for holding traditional views on marriage.

Legal concerns spark cancelation of Christmas parade
An Ohio village's Christmas parade has been canceled amid concerns over possible lawsuits, protests, and logistical problems.

Is chirp the new tweet?
A new website has been created for people who like to 'tweet' but are upset with unwanted twitter. ChristianChirp.com was launched last week by web guru James Paris.

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Report: Full recovery of US auto investment seen unlikely
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Races an early test of Obama's political influence
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California man gets prison for aiming laser at planes
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Leaders Embrace Criticism, Cowards Silence It
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Emboldening the Thought Police
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Government Takeover of the Swine Flu
by Bryan Fischer, AFA Director of Issue Analysis President Obama has been warning us for months on end now about the dangers of the swine flu, reminding us to wash our hands and cough into our arms just as any

Religion of Peace
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Sen. Hatch: If Health Insurance Mandate Is Upheld, 'There Is Literally Nothing That The Federal Government Can't Force Us to Do'
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Does the U.S. Constitution Provide For Tyranny?
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Planned Parenthood Leader Leaves After Ultrasound
by Jeremy Wiggins "The leader of Planned Parenthood in College Station, Texas left her post after watching the ultrasound of an abortion procedure."This woman, whose name is Abby Johnson, resigned after working as a director for Planned Parenthood

 

 

 

 

Current Event: "White House likes news reported its way"
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I Remember Mama
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Good Old-Fashioned Fun
By Mary Friedeman This week our family engaged in what has become an annual tradition attending the county fair. But not in our county—we live in the state capital, so the big state fair comes here every fall. We have

In Praise of Public Libraries
by Mary Friedeman This afternoon I made one of my frequent book runs to a local public library branch. Actually, we’re fortunate to have three within a ten minute drive of our home. As I scanned the shelves and

 

 

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