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When you think of Liberty University, you think of receiving a Christian education. Yet, there is more to this pretty campus with the sprawling mountains of Lynchburg, Va. There is a touch of Hollywood emerging out from the Liberty University […]

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After a recurrence of lymphoma Fred Thompson, 73, died Sunday, November 1st. Thompson is a former U.S. senator from Tennessee, Republican presidential candidate and “Law and Order” actor. Thompson’s family released a statement that was published in The Tennessean that […]

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The film “Woodlawn” is based on the true story surrounding the Woodlawn High School football team in Birmingham, Alabama during the 1970s when the first African American in the city made his debut. Running back Tony Nathan stepped onto the […]

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National Geographic will be releasing a four-hour epic television movie event this fall  that takes a historical look at what life was really like for the pilgrims, and the hardships they faced in the New World. Saints & Strangers will not […]

Conservative talk show host Kevin Jackson was signed to a national syndication deal by USA Radio Networks and will launch July 20th on USA Radio Networks XDS Channel 3. The Kevin Jackson Show will air weekdays from 12 noon to […]

They were volunteers from the US risking their lives to help Israel gain their independence in the Arab-Israeli was in 1948.  A group of Jewish American pilots smuggled planes and trained in Czechoslovakia to stand as members of Machal. The […]

After 57 years of being hung up, now a war hero’s story is on the big screen. Unbroken, a true story based on U.S. POW and 1936 Olympic runner Louie Zamperini will be released on Christmas Day. The timing could […]

Political thriller, “The Green Prince” tells the story Mosab Hassan Yousef, son of a key Hamas leader, who betrays his father and country to work for Israeli security forces. The narrative is framed around his life as a double agent, […]

The Chronicle of Philanthropy puts out a list each year of the most generous people – topping the list for 2013 is Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan. The couple gave 18 million shares of Facebook, equating to roughly $992.2 million, […]

Former American Idol judge Paula Abdul was raised in the Jewish faith longed for an opportunity to visit the Holy Land as a tourist and will finally get her wish on a 10-day trip to Israel. She also wanted to […]

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