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Mark Riggins and the potential of a second attempt

“It’s not going to be just politicians that are going to go in and change our country. It will be the church waking up and getting involved.” Mark Riggins, a retired school teacher in Las Vegas who made a first-time run for public office in 2016, trying to land a seat in the Nevada Assembly will run again in 2018. Mark is active in his church, Family Worship Christian Church, currently volunteering as a church ministry coordinator. He has attended two American Renewal Project events, one in Las Vegas and another in Los Angeles. He served as the county chair...

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Planned Parenthood spent $734,000 in failed Georgia race

Democrat Jon Ossoff lost the House race in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District despite receiving nearly three-quarters of $1 million from the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. With $734,000 in campaign contributions, the abortion giant was the second-biggest spender on the Democratic side of the ledger — only trailing the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, which poured $4.9 million into the race. Mr. Ossoff raised a historic $23 million to try to pick off the seat vacated by former Rep. Tom Price, who was appointed to head the Department of Health and Human Services by President Trump. But he lost to pro-life...

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The ruin of women’s sports in America

My wife Cindy and two of our daughters attended college on Title IX volleyball scholarships. The story of the transgender sprinter’s victory in the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes at the Connecticut State Track and Field Championships forebodes the ruin of women sports over the next quarter century. A person’s sex is biological, not psychological. Those who attempt to make what is false true, and what is true false, must be confronted. To remain silent is a commitment to subsist in a morally upturned world. LGBTQ advocates (same-sex intercourse and marriage crusaders) seek to impose a standard where society never...

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Harvard Law Article: Abortion Violates the Constitution

A Harvard Law journal says one of the most important parts of the U.S. Constitution, the Fourteenth Amendment, protects the rights of unborn babies. Adopted in 1868, in the wake of the Civil War, that amendment sought to protect the rights of newly freed slaves. It declares that no state shall “deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” According to an article in The Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, law student Joshua Craddock argues that a person becomes...

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Federal Judge Rules Cross Violates Law and Must be Removed

Atheists across the fruited plain are rejoicing after a federal judge declared that a cross erected in a Florida park violated the law and must come down. “I am aware that there is a lot of support in Pensacola to keep the cross as is, and I understand and I understand and respect that point of view,” U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson wrote in his ruling. “But, the law is the law.” The lawsuit was filed in 2016 by the notorious Freedom From Religion Foundation and the American Humanist Association on behalf of four Pensacola citizens. Click here to view...

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