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Are Colleges Now ‘Carebear’ Factories? Professor Allowing Students to Choose Their Own Grades

A college professor in North Carolina will be allowing her students to pick their grades as classes kick off this fall.   Prof. Melissa Gonzalez teaches the Introduction to Spanish Literatures and Cultures course at Davidson College, a private liberal arts college in Davidson, North Carolina.   Gonzalez announced in an email to her students that she will be using ...

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‘It’s Built on a Lie’: The Bigger Problem Behind Fortnite Tutors and Video Game Addiction

It’s not just athletes and actors who can rake in the big bucks these days, now being a professional video game player can bring in millions of dollars. The world of ESports continues to boom, with competitive videogaming becoming a nearly $1.5 billion industry; and it seems even parents are buying into it — literally. The Wallstreet Journal reports parents ...

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‘Racial Hatred Will Happen – Except Where the Church Has Risen’: Pastors, Police Prep for DC ‘Unite the Right’ Rally

WASHINGTON – One year after deadly violence between white nationalists and counter-protesters rocked the college town of Charlottesville, Virginia, police in the nation’s capital are tightening their defenses, preparing for round two. “Our role is to make sure we have a First Amendment event that goes on without any types of violence or destruction of property. We intend to have ...

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‘This Place Will Burn’: Disturbing Picture of ‘Holy Fire’ Suspect Emerges as Calif. Blazes Rage On

The man accused of starting the latest fire ravaging California is due in court today. Forrest Clark, 51, was supposed to be in court on Thursday, but he refused to go. In a display of bizarre behavior on Tuesday, Clark stripped naked as police questioned him about the fire. He’s charged with setting the “Holy Fire,” named for the town, ...

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‘Suspended Without Pay’? Knee-Taking, Fist-Raising, Back-Turning, Anthem-Skipping NFL Season Kicks Off

A dozen NFL preseason games kicked off Thursday night along with multiple national anthem protests by the players. Several players took a knee, raised fists or did not take to the field while the national anthem was played. Baltimore Ravens linebacker Tim Williams did not stand with his team, choosing to stand alone in front of the bench with his ...

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On Ferguson Anniversary, Capt. Ron Johnson Credits Faith for Helping to End the Unrest

On Aug. 9, 2014, severe unrest began in Ferguson, Missouri after a white police officer fatally shot local resident Michael Brown. Violent protests raged for 13 days, revealing deep divides in both the community and the nation. The streets of Ferguson became a battleground as protestors smashed storefronts and blocked intersections, facing off against police in riot gear. Four years ...

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Pennsylvania Family Told They Can’t Hold a Bible Study on Their Own Property

Scott and Terri Fetterolf have owned their 32-acre farm for about two years. They also have a yarn and wool shop, sell fresh produce, flowers and other goods, provide educational classes, and host private events like bridal showers and prayer groups – according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.  But their freedom to worship on their own property has now been called ...

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‘Burn. Kill. Destroy.’: Suspected Parkland Mass Shooter Claims ‘Demon’ Gave Him Directions

The suspect in the mass shooting at a Parkland, Florida, high school told police hours after the shooting that for years he heard a “demon” giving him directions in his head, The Washington Post reported. According to a transcript of the police interview with Nikolas Cruz, 19, the accused shooter also said the demon told him to “Burn. Kill. Destroy.” ...

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