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Americans have finished casting their votes in the 2018 midterm elections. The outcomes of some races were still too close to call early in the morning on Wednesday, November 7, 2018, but two Congressional races had resulted in firsts for […]

Since the rise of Ronald Reagan, evangelical voters have been one of the powerhouses when it comes to political voting blocs. Their influence, however, might be on the decline as evangelicals begin to split along generational lines when it comes […]

Most American adults self-identify as Christian, but devout Christians are aware that many of those self-identified Christians do not hold with traditional Christian beliefs or practices. In fact, most Americans hold at least one New Age belief. According to a study […]

Immigration has been a lightning rod for controversy since before Trump ever threw his hat in the ring for the Republican nomination, but the United States’ immigration system has been under increasing scrutiny during Trump’s administration. President Trump ran on […]

Kim Jong-un, the infamous totalitarian leader of North Korea, has officially invited Pope Francis to make a visit to the dictatorship’s capital of Pyongyang. The invitation is set to be personally delivered to the Vatican by Moon Jae-in, the president […]

The fight over Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation came to a close this weekend. After the FBI probe failed to uncover corroborating evidence to support Professor Ford’s accusations of sexual assault, the Senate voted to confirm Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court. […]

There is a new ceiling set that will cap the number of refugees allowed in the United States at 30,000 people for the 2019 fiscal year. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the lowered ceiling was due to a […]

Pat Robertson is back, this time with a prayer that, he claims, will send Hurricane Florence spinning harmlessly out to sea. The famous televangelist spoke from Virginia and called for the men and women assembled to help him put a […]

As God is increasingly removed from the public square and “separation of church and state” used to relegate religion to a private, hidden thing, Florida has reversed the trend in its school systems. Students across the state of Florida returned […]

The word “censorship” normally conjures images of Nazis burning books or modern China’s refusal to allow Google or Facebook to operate in the country without extraordinary concessions and government approved filters. Silent censorship, however, has been on the rise in […]