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University President Apologizes For Hosting Black Students In Home With Cotton Decoration

A university president in Tennessee apologized Friday for hosting black students in his home, which displayed a cotton decoration. Randy Lowry, president of Lipscomb University, apologized for showing centerpieces bearing cotton stalks while hosting black students at his home in an email sent to the school Friday and posted on Facebook. “The content of the centerpieces was offensive, and I could…

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Texas Abortion Chain Offers to Murder Unborn for Free to ‘Help’ Those Affected by Hurricane Harvey

ChristianNews.net AUSTIN, Texas — A chain of abortion facilities in Texas has offered free abortions to those affected by Hurricane Harvey, it says, to “help” pregnant mothers who wanted to terminate their pregnancy but could not do so because of the storm. Whole Woman’s Health, which has locations in Austin, Fort Worth, San Antonio and McAllen, posted its offer to its…

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U.S. town bans residents from criticizing mosque

A New Jersey township that was sued by Muslims for refusing to approve a massive mosque project is returning to court because of a settlement agreement that restricts speech regarding Islam. The settlement required the township to hold a public meeting about the mosque project, but it forbade anyone from commenting on “Islam” or “Muslims.” A key tenet of Shariah, the Muslim law…

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Evil Judges Try To Censor Abortionists Talking About Killing Babies – Video Producer Defies Court And Releases Material

May 26, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – A federal judge may hold David Daleiden in contempt of court after his attorneys defied a gag order and posted videos on their website of top abortion executives discussing decapitating babies and selling their body parts. The shocking video, which was a compilation of comments made at a secretive abortion trade show, has been pulled…

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Oath Keepers rolling out nationwide intelligence effort to halt a leftist attempt at overthrowing the government

http://www.newstarget.com/2016-11-21-oath-keepers-rolling-out-nationwide-intelligence-effort-to-halt-a-leftist-attempt-at-overthrowing-the-government.html The Oath Keepers have been on their toes since before the election on November 8.  Some spent their time monitoring polling stations to ensure that no fraudulent activity was occurring, while others have continued to prepare for the upcoming battle against the left wing’s attempts to overthrow the government. The Oath Keepers are comprised of current and former military personnel, police…

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Trial Set for Second Man Accused of Helping Christian Flee Country With Daughter To Avoid Court Ordered Visits With Lesbian Who Took Baths With the Child

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A trial has been set for a second man accused of aiding an ex-lesbian turned professing Christian who fled the country with her daughter seven years ago to avoid a situation she found harmful to her child. Philip Zodhiates of Waynesboro, Virginia is charged with international parental kidnapping and conspiracy for allegedly driving Lisa Miller and her then seven-year-old child…

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They Wouldn’t Pay For Her Cancer Treatment But They’d Pay for Her Assisted Suicide

In select states where assisted suicide is legal, physicians and medical practices now are allowed to prescribe lethal drugs to their patients to end their lives, The Daily Signal reported. Although many of these patients have treatable ailments, it is less costly for them to die. Assisted suicide is an alarming trend that many say is pressuring patients to end…

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‘All Lives Matter’ Gets Texas Student Suspended From Student Government, Subjected to Soviet Style Re-Education

A student government leader at the University of Houston was suspended for 50 days and ordered to attend a diversity seminar after she criticized the Black Lives Matter movement online. Shortly after the July 7 shooting in Dallas that killed five officers, Rohini Sethi went on Facebook and opined “Forget #BlackLivesMatter; more like AllLivesMatter.” The statement was later deleted, but only…

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U.S. Senate Unanimously Confirms Nation’s First Openly Homosexual Army Secretary

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate has confirmed the nomination of Eric Fanning to serve as Army secretary—a move that homosexual groups note make him the nation’s first openly homosexual secretary of the Army. “I’m honored by today’s Senate confirmation and thrilled to return to lead the total Army team,” he said in a statement on Tuesday. Fanning had previously served…

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