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Following the news of this world and the next. Conservative news. Christian news. Feel good news. Automotive news. Even social news.
Following the news of this world and the next. Conservative news. Christian news. Feel good news. Automotive news. Even social news.

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Speaking to The New York Times in November, Affleck said that the settlements were done to the satisfaction of every party, and that he had moved past the event. However, some people—especially those not part of the story—have used the controversy to propel themselves to fame.

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Bolton touched upon the crisis in the Middle East, ISIS, negotiations with the Iranian regime, and the recent chemical weapons incident concerning North Korea.

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Every day, people are hit with news that can shake their perspectives. As we continue to fight the cultural and political battles, adding an intellectual component to the mix can be the edge we’ve been seeking since Roe v. Wade.

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Most conservatives seem to be hoping the Republicans will succeed but reserved in their predictions of success. They want a backup plan, and while we don’t see ourselves as the backup but rather the rising solution, we’ll accept their support in any way they’re willing to give it.

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Legal scholar Peter Berkowitz, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, argued in RealClearPolitics in February 2016 that Israel’s possession of the Golan was “lawful and just” and should be supported by the United States and the international community.

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It’s also unclear when the ailing health care law will be repealed by Congress, although the Trump White House, along with most GOP congressmen, have said they want the law to be simultaneously repealed and replaced, ensuring that the 20 million Americans who gained health care access under former President Barack Obama’s law don’t lose their health insurance.

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Cosmetology boards in Mississippi long prevented mostly female, African-American entrepreneurs from braiding hair for willing customers in their own communities without thousands of dollars spent on thousands of hours of training that had nothing to do with braiding. One woman, Melony Armstrong, spent years fighting the state to earn the right to braid hair without a license. Since she won her case, hundreds of people have jobs and businesses in Mississippi that would not have existed under the old system. This mini-doc tells her story, which is the story of many others across the country.

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Flynn, who has extensive ties to Moscow, resigned under pressure this week after it was discovered that he misled the administration about the content of his previous telephone conversations with the Russian ambassador.
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