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Why ‘Separation of Church and State’ was Never Intended to Mean ‘Government Versus God’

WASHINGTON – December 15 marks the 227th anniversary of the Bill of Rights, which protects freedoms such as speech, press, and religion. It says “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.” To the Founders, this meant walling off government from interfering with Americans’ faith. Nowadays, the understanding of that wall has become so twisted, it’s sometimes used to ...

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Shots Fired: Teen Kills Himself at Middle School in Police Confrontation

RICHMOND, Ind. (AP) – A teenage suspect killed himself inside an eastern Indiana middle school when he was confronted by police during a shooting Thursday morning, investigators said. Indiana State Police Sgt. John Bowling said no other students or staff were injured during the shooting at Dennis Middle School in Richmond, which is near the Indiana-Ohio state line about 60 miles ...

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11 Tips To Avoid A New Year’s Credit Hangover: Start 2019 Regret-Free

Can you avoid a New Year’s Day hangover? We’re not referring to the traditional hangover that comes from too much alcohol, but the financial hangover that comes from too many charges on your credit card. Of course, you can avoid a New Year’s credit hangover – especially with some help. Consider these eleven ways to keep holiday purchases under control. ...

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Heartwarming: Little Girl Gets Parents for Christmas

Six-year-old Lilly made her Christmas wish list and checked it twice. But she’ll get more than toys this Christmas, she’ll get a family of her own.  Lily has spent half of her life at Sunrise Children’s Services, a faith-based adoption agency in Kentucky that specializes in ministering to abused and neglected children.  Her birth mother had a raging drug addiction ...

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Atheist Group Convinces City to Remove Lighted Cross From Park — Then Residents Fight Back

The city of Ozark, Missouri, has for 20 years celebrated the Christmas season with a lighted cross in Finley River Park, and thanks to the town’s residents, it doesn’t look like the illuminated Christian symbol is going anywhere. All of the hubbub started after an unnamed “concerned city resident” who didn’t like the cross being in a public park contacted ...

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Apple’s CEO Promises to Discriminate Against Views He Doesn’t Like – That May Include Franklin Graham’s Biblical Response

If Apple doesn’t like your type of speech or news content, they will ban it. That’s what Apple’s CEO Tim Cook recently told the liberal Anti-Defamation League when the organization presented Cook with the “Courage Against Hate” award. CNSNews.com reports in his remarks, Cook, who’s openly gay and supported Hillary Clinton in 2016, defended his company’s banning off certain speech ...

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‘Instead of Shopping for Christmas, We’re Picking out Caskets:’ Why a 9-Year-Old Girl Committed Suicide

Family and friends are mourning the death of 9-year-old McKenzie Adams, a fourth grader at US Jones Elementary School in Linden, Alabama. McKenzie was found hanged in the home where she lived with her grandmother on Dec. 3. “Instead of shopping for Christmas, we’re picking out caskets for my 9-year-old,” her grandmother, Janice Adams, told ABC News. The girl’s family ...

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