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Only 3% Of Christian Missionaries Worldwide Focus On ‘Unreached’ People Groups

If you’re an American, it’s common to come in direct or indirect contact with the Gospel or Christianity on any given day. After all, nearly...

Meet the Hero Who Has Spent Decades Helping Teen Moms Who Choose Life

What happens now? That’s one of the biggest questions surrounding the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. With abortion requirements gone at the federal level, uncertainty abounds.

More Companies Join the ‘Great Migration’ to Red States

Amidst predictions of a political “red wave” in the upcoming mid-term elections, an economic wave has been building for years with no end in sight as companies flood out of blue states and into red states.

What History Says About Whether The United States Will Fall Like Rome

Yes, the history of Rome often sounds like our own. But then, it sounds like most every other civilization that has existed in any part of the world at any time in history.

States With More Gun Ownership Do Not Have Higher Violent Crime: Study

This research contradicts gun-control advocates' assertions.

A Plan to Defund Planned Parenthood

We have opposed Roe since its proclamation in 1973.

Ghislaine Maxwell on Suicide Watch ‘Without Justification’

British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell was convicted by a federal jury in Manhattan on 29 December 2021 on five counts, including sex-trafficking of a minor....

Cost of Living Crisis: PM Warns of ‘Difficult’ Winter as Energy Supplies Dwindle

Ireland’s Prime Minister has told the public that they are in for a “difficult” winter as energy supplies across Europe begin to dwindle.

How a Small Border Town Is Dealing With Huge Consequences of Biden’s Border Policies

The influx of migrants crossing into Yuma, Arizona, has local officials worried that they can’t continue to address the border crisis. They’ve largely had to go it alone, with limited support from the federal government.

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