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George Washington experienced America’s first Christmas miracle – And it changed our history

Newt Gingrich, As I gather with family and friends for the holiday, I like to think about the most important Christmas moments that we have shared together. This year, as I was thinking about it, I also thought about the most important Christmas moments in American history. My mind immediately went to the first – George Washington’s victory at the Battle of Trenton on Dec. […]

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Is there really a ‘war on Christmas?’

A new poll seems to have settled the “war on Christmas” argument, for now, finding that more people prefer saying “merry Christmas” than “happy holidays.” The findings are from Saint Leo University, a private Roman Catholic school in Florida, which in November, polled more than 1,000 people nationwide on religion and culture. Among the results, […]

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Glyphosate Herbicide will Cause Half of All Children to Have Autism by 2025

Health Impact News – by ANH Why? Evidence points to glyphosate toxicity from the overuse of Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide on our food. For over three decades, Stephanie Seneff, PhD, has researched biology and technology, over the years publishing over 170 scholarly peer-reviewed articles. In recent years she has concentrated on the relationship between nutrition and health, […]

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A Response to Christianity Today’s Call for the Removal of Trump from Office

Michael Brown, Like many evangelicals, I have great respect for Christianity Today. It remans a hallmark, evangelical publication. And although it has leaned leftward in some respects in recent years, it is quite conservative compared to far-left evangelical publications like Jim Wallis’ Sojourners. So, it represents a serious moment when Mark Galli, the editor in […]

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The Social-Media Decade

Christine Rosen, In the years when social media was still bright, shiny, and relatively new—which is to say, a decade or so ago—Facebook and its ilk were the subjects of feel-good articles that collectively suggested Aldous Huxley had gotten it wrong: We weren’t moving into a dystopian Brave New World but rather a utopian Nice […]

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Impeachment: Tactics vs. Strategy

Nancy Pelosi has mumbled (again) through an announcement that the House will not send the impeachment resolution to the Senate for trial until Mitch McConnell tells her how the trial will be structured. Welcome to Tactics 091. This isn’t even a freshman level class. This is remedial instruction for the “master of political tactics.” Anyone […]

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What may be driving Nancy Pelosi’s impeachment delay

“Fox News Sunday” anchor Chris Wallace believes House Speaker Nancy Pelosi may be trying to frustrate President Trump by withholding the articles of impeachment from the Senate, as the two chambers have reached an impasse on how to proceed. Wallace pointed to a Fox News interview Thursday with Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., where he described […]