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Can politics and religion ever really be separated? Congregations around America are becoming increasingly polarized. Since the 2016 presidential election, 73% of Americans have said they feel the country is more divided than previous generations. Contributing to that feeling of division […]

A flurry of headlines have come out surrounding each celebrities decision on attending or performing at President-Elect Donald Trump’s inauguration, so it can be hard to keep track of who’s actually going to be there. Some celebrities had to back out […]

The fake news epidemic continues to spread. And it has now affected even the most powerful of news organizations—CNN. On December 29th, the Obama administration, in a rare and provocative act, publicly expelled 35 Russian diplomats from the U.S. in […]

Donald Trump pulled off the biggest upset in American politics to be elected as the 45th President of the United States. It was not without drama. When Trump announced that he was running for president, the pundits thought he was […]

  WikiLeaks released email correspondence that Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg told Hillary Rodham Clinton’s (HRC) campaign chairman John Podesta that she will “help” the Democratic Party nomination the “best she can” to win the 2016 election. The email exchange quoted […]

The film “Killing Reagan,” is a political thriller based on the book by Bill O’Reilly, which chronicled the events leading to the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan by John Hinckley Jr. in 1981.  Tim Matheson stars as Ronald Reagan, the 40th President […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]