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There Are Far More Defensive Gun Uses Than Murders—Here’s Why You Rarely Hear of Them

While Americans know that guns take many innocent lives every year, many don’t know that firearms also save them. On May 15, an attacker at...

Here’s What Happened to Murder Rates When Texas’ Capital Defunded Police

Drivers heading south on U.S. Route 183 in Austin, Texas, have become familiar with a billboard urging city police officers to relocate to Spokane, Washington, to become deputy sheriffs and collect a $15,000 bonus. 

Texas Border County Votes to Sue Biden Over Failure to Secure Border: ‘Enough Is Enough’

Val Verde County, which lies directly above the border between Texas and Mexico, announced Tuesday it will seek to form a coalition of southern border counties and cities to sue President Joe Biden over his failure to enforce U.S. immigration laws.

2,167 Choose Christ at Concert Tour with Evangelist Nick Hall, Chris Tomlin, Kari Jobe, Bethel Music

Evangelist Nick Hall, founder of Pulse ministry, witnessed 2,167 people commit their lives to Christ while sharing the gospel on tour with Christian music...

Crowdfunded Faith-Based Nature Documentary Series ‘The Riot and the Dance’ Celebrates the Creator, His Creation

The producers of The Riot and the Dance have teamed up with Angel Studios for the distribution of its multi-part nature documentary series intended to show God’s hand in the beauty that surrounds us.

Dr. Peter McCullough Tells RFK, Jr.: ‘The Vaccines Are Failing’

On the “RFK, Jr. The Defender Podcast,” Dr. Peter McCullough discussed a new study by the Oxford University Clinical Research Group and how the Pfizer’s vaccine, at 17% to 42% efficacy, doesn't meet the regulatory standard of 50% efficacy for vaccines.

An early warning from New York

Manufacturing activity growth decelerated sharply in New York.

Texas Supreme Court Blocks Mask Mandates – But Dallas Defying Court Order

On Sunday, the Texas Supreme Court issued an emergency stay for Governor Greg Abbott’s ban on local face mask mandates.

Paxton Faults Record Border Migration On COVID Rise In Texas

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Sunday said COVID-19 numbers are spiking because of the record migrant surge at the border.

Gen Z Wants to Talk about Faith

Barna study shows Christians age 13 to 18 are skeptical of evangelism, but they’re having deep and personal peer-to-peer conversations.

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