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Getting to the bottom of the Benghazi cover-up

By Jim Henry
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Q&A | While Benghazi may be absent from the headlines, the investigation into unanswered questions surrounding the 2012 terrorist attack in Libya is ongoing. The…

New data: Obamacare primarily a Medicaid expansion

By Andrew Branch
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Healthcare | With the next Obamacare enrollment period approaching on Nov. 15, new numbers from Obamacare’s first go-round are finally shedding some light on who bought…

Who needs an Ebola czar?

By Cal Thomas
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Ebola Virus | “Rabbi, is there a proper blessing for the czar?” He thinks for a moment and responds: “May God bless and keep the czar … far away from us!” —

Midday Roundup: Autopsy suggests scuffle preceded Ferguson shooting

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Autopsy analysis. An article in today’s St. Louis Post–Dispatch claims Michael Brown, the unarmed teen shot in Ferguson, Mo., in August, may have gone for…

Houston sermon subpoenas are censorship pure and simple

By Cal Thomas
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Religious Liberty | Houston recently passed an ordinance through its city council that has sparked quite a bit of controversy amongst conservative evangelicals. The Houston Equal…

The Obama trust deficit

By D.C. Innes
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Presidency | With the midterm elections just two weeks away, President Obama should reflect soberly on his approval ratings, the lowest of his presidency, which indicate a…

An Election Day homily

An Election Day homily

By Marvin Olasky
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Campaign 2014 | In our intrinsically disordered condition, how much government do we need?

Dredging up money for Southern seaport expansion

By Rob Holmes
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Transportation | Eastern seaboard ports are not yet ready to receive colossal cargo ships due to begin transiting the Panama Canal in 2016. And the holdup is mostly a matter…

Churches sue California over abortion coverage mandate

By Courtney Crandell
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Abortion | The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) and Life Legal Defense Foundation (LLDF) have filed a complaint with the federal Department of Health and Human Services…

Election 2014: GOP has immigration edge

By J.C. Derrick
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Campaign 2014 | Concerns over border security give the GOP a boost, though it might be short-lived

Good religion is good for politics

By D.C. Innes
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Government | Americans want to see more religion in politics. According to a recent Pew Research poll, 49 percent of respondents think that churches and other houses of…

Twitter sues over government surveillance

By Andrew Branch
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National Security | In a new spat over government spying, social media giant Twitter sued the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday over…

 
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