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Sin Is Not a Game

Sin Is Not a Game By Joy Lucius I grew up surrounded by a cadre of loving aunts and uncles, over 30 of them. A few lived close by, while most lived away. They were all loving and thoughtful; one nearby set was more like an added pair of grandparents.…

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The Mighty Angels of Daniel 11: Seize Through Intrigue

The Mighty Angels of Daniel 11: Seize Through Intrigue By Nathan Jones Empires Strike Back Vic Batista: Empires strike back as we continue our exciting study of Daniel 11 and God’s mighty angels! For me this has been an incredible series digging into the book of Daniel and looking at…

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Palestinians: No Difference Between Fatah and Hamas

Palestinians: No Difference Between Fatah and Hamas By Bassam Tawil Originally Published by the Gatestone Institute. Is there any difference between the "moderate" Fatah faction headed by Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas? In recent weeks, Fatah, which is often described by Westerners as the "moderate" and "pragmatic" Palestinian faction, has escalated…

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Erdogan to US: Get out of the way so we can kill Kurds

Erdogan to US: Get out of the way so we can kill Kurds Turkey under Erdogan has long ceased to behave like a NATO ally. By Kenneth R. Timmerman ​Over the weekend, the killing began in earnest. Turkey used its U.S.-supplied fighter jets to bomb more than one hundred targets…

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The Schumer Shutdown Puts Illegals Over Americans

The Schumer Shutdown Puts Illegals Over Americans Soldiers, poor kids and their own voters count less than political power. By Daniel Greenfield Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism. What would you shut…

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Some of the Latest Developments

Some of the Latest Developments By Daymond Duck The fulfillment of Bible prophecy continues to advance on all fronts. Several examples are recorded below. Concerning Russia, in early December Russian President Vladimir Putin declared victory over ISIS in Syria and announced the withdrawal of many troops and weapons from Syria.…

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Trump: God’s Man of the Hour

Trump: God’s Man of the Hour Perspective on the News By Pete Garcia Unlike Barack Obama’s meteoric rise from obscurity to international stardom seemingly overnight, Donald J. Trump has been on the global stage for decades. Well-known for his global real estate empire, the Miss Universe pageants, and his hit…

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“It’s My Life!”

"It's My Life!" By Whitney White Recently, I was driving along minding my own business, singing loudly with Casting Crowns, when all of a sudden it seemed as though a championship boxing match broke out in the back row of my SUV. My smallest son cheered wildly from the safety…

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Corporate Giants Have Too Much Power

Corporate Giants Have Too Much Power By Todd Strandberg There has never been a time when so few companies controlled such a large portion of the US economy. Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook, and Microsoft have a market capitalization of nearly $4 trillion. Apple is set to become the first company…

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Sounding of Sirens

Sounding of Sirens By Terry James When that funny, irritating noise coming from your TV set goes off, what is your reaction? I’m talking about that grating OINK!…OINK!…OINK! sound that disrupts whatever program you are watching or happen to have the television on while you do other things. The noise…

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