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  • Pro-lifers look to new legislators
    Kansas pro-lifers are working hard to put some legal clout back into the state's laws protecting the preborn.
  • Ideology over medicine
    The founder of a global non-profit organization that defends the family at home and in the public square and equips others to do the same says it's "unconscionable" that a left-wing agency in California is paving the way for funding the mutilation of teenaged girls.
  • Lawsuit: Is it still a free country?
    A Christian photographer in Virginia who's stepping up to defend free America is waiting to hear whether he can operate his business in accordance with his beliefs.
  • China calling persecution 'autonomy'
    The founder of an international human rights and humanitarian coalition says China's government continues to show that lying is what it does best.
  • Biden's 'huge overreach' could see opposition
    President-elect Joe Biden's plan to combat the coronavirus and help the economy had people talking over the weekend, and a non-partisan organization that "will hold politicians accountable for the effects of their policies on the size, scope, efficiency and activity of government and offer real solutions to runaway deficits and debt" hopes people will share […]

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  • Ford, Toyota Face US Production Slowdown Over Semiconductor Shortage
    Toyota and Ford said on Monday they will slow down or even stop production at US factories as the auto industry grapples with a shortage of vital computer chips.The shortage is caused by an increase in demand for consumer electronics during the coronavirus pandemic, which...
  • Fox News Panics, Demotes MacCallum as Newsmax Rises
    The rise of Newsmax TV has caused a major shake-up at Fox News, which announced Monday that its early evening show host Martha MacCallum has been demoted back to an early afternoon slot, among other changes to the lineup. "Newsmax's consistently strong numbers during the day...
  • Biden Relies on Old Alliances To Push Police Reform
    Joe Biden, who argued for police reform during the campaign - but never got the backing of police organizations at the ballot box - is now looking for a middle ground on the contentious issue. His transition team...
  • Giuliani May Be Expelled From New York Bar Group Over Capitol Riot
    A New York lawyers group is exploring removing Rudy Giuliani from its membership over his role in the Washington protest that turned into a violent raid on the U.S. Capitol.The New York State Bar Association announced the probe on Monday. The group does not control...
  • Supreme Court Rebuffs Bid for Universal Vote-by-Mail in Texas
    The U.S. Supreme Court turned away a Democratic bid to force universal vote-by-mail in Texas, leaving intact a state law that lets people cast no-excuse absentee ballots only if they are 65 or older.The Texas Democratic Party and its allies argued unsuccessfully that the...

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