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The final Harry Potter movie opens Friday, but Steve Wohlberg, author of Exposing Harry Potter and Witchcraft, is worried that it’s one more two-hour recruiting film for the occult. “The Pottermania will experience one last spasm as the Grand Finale of …Read More

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has lost its tax-exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service. The controversial organization failed to file legally required annual reports for three consecutive years, the federal agency said.  CAIR is one of 275,000 groups …Read More

    High school student Tom Behan has been writing to Barack Obama daily since the President took office, but it has been a while since he’s gotten any answer. That doesn’t surprise him, since he’s not a fan of the …Read More

A British law firm is using Twitter to offer free divorces. However, unhappy couples must act quickly to take advantage of the special offer, says London’s The Daily Mail newspaper. And that has local church officials irritated. “The free divorce offer …Read More

  Is the state of Louisiana protecting the public? Or the funeral industry? On Monday, wearing his monk’s robe, Abbot Justin Brown of St. Joseph’s monastery near Covington, Louisiana, told U.S. District Judge Stanwood Duvan that his monks only want to make affordable …Read More

Among the stories of the May 22, 2011 tornado that devastated Joplin, Missouri, are incredible heroism as the staff of St. John’s Regional Hospital scrambled to protect patients who could not be moved to safety — and of the scores …Read More

       It’s certainly happened before. Faithful followers dress in white and stand atop hilltops, waiting to greet Jesus when He returns at the appointed time. Of course the appointed time was not the one chosen by the Father, just some …Read More

“I have gone through a scope of emotions this evening as I learned that Osama had been killed,” writes Debbie Lee, mother of Marc Lee, the first U.S. Navy SEAL killed in Iraq.    “I received a text from a friend, …Read More

Americans received the news of the death of Osama bin Laden with rejoicing Sunday night. Here is a group of New Yorkers celebrating: To watch the video of the President’s statement, CLICK HERE READ HERE as Beliefnet’s Jim Fletcher asks …Read More

Is it still a sin to lie? Then why does America shrug off lying? When our politicians are caught lying, their supporters often resort to the old cliché: all politicians lie. But if you study American history, that is itself …Read More