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There are so many different ideas, but we have been commanded to be sensitive enough to know what is right and wrong. Let us stop and consider the danger of being controlled with negativity.

Since we live in a physical body filled with an array of natural responses, it’s easy to be led by our own feelings instead of looking to the spiritual realm and depending on the Lord.

Conversions for those facing jail time may seem too good to be true, but Christianity can create real change in men like Roger Stone.

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Few politicos at the National Prayer Breakfast were shocked when President Donald Trump brandished copies of The Washington Post and USA Today to celebrate their “AQUITTED” headlines. But it was a Harvard University professor who did something even more provocative — quoting strong words from Jesus of Nazareth during an event known for its meek God-talk and vague calls for unity. As the next speaker, the president responded to Brooks’ remarks with words that unleashed a week of online debate among conservative religious believers — early Trump supporters and reluctant Trump supporters alike — who have debated the degree to which they can embrace his take-no-prisoners approach to national leadership. Addressing Brooks, Trump said: “Arthur, I don’t know if I agree with you.”

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has announced U.S policy toward Israel’s “settlements” is reverting to one held by the Reagan administration; that is, the right of Israelis to settle in the ancient lands of Judea and Samaria “is not, per se, inconsistent with international law.” This is good news, not only for Israel and its right to national security and sovereignty, but after seven decades of enemy attempts to eradicate the Jewish state, it says to the world, “Time’s up.”

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The Allied effort to hoodwink Adolf Hitler about the invasion was code-named Fortitude, and it was nearly as elaborate and detailed as the invasion itself. The Allies went so far as to parachute dummies — outfitted with firecrackers that exploded on impact — behind enemy lines as a diversion.

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Over the past few decades, I have watched as mass media outlets increasingly abandon the journalist canon of ethics in favor of "editorializing" the news. News is about facts. Editorials are about opinion. The mass media increasingly allows these to overlap.

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Memorial means “to remember,” and every year on the last Monday in May, we honor those who sacrificed their lives in the line of active military service.

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What part of flooding issues in a park wetlands are folks having a problem with [at Sugar Holow]? Wetlands are wet for a good and predictable reason.

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“Falsehood flies, and the truth comes limping after it,” wrote Jonathan Swift more than 300 years ago. What would he have said in the age of Twitter?

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