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Judge Sentences War Veteran to 24 Hours in Jail & Serves it With Him

Judge Lou Olivera is a Gulf War Veteran himself, so when war veteran Sgt. Joseph Serna appeared before him and admitted to lying about a previous urine test, he saw an opportunity for compassion. Serna suffers from a severe case of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and as a result, has become an …

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The Biblical Example Found in Harriet Tubman’s Mission for Freedom

A few days ago I found myself pretty frustrated and voiced my opinion about both Donald Trump and Ben Carson’s criticism of featuring Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill in place of Andrew Jackson. The overwhelming support of keeping Jackson on the bill stems from an argument that he was an amazing president …

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This Bar Live Streams an Imprisoned Drunk Driver into Their Bathroom to Educate Patrons

I’m not even going to broach the topic of whether or not Christians should drink.  The commentary on that ranges from adamant condemnation, to the idea that moderation which avoids “drunkenness” is acceptable.  The position of Christians has gone back and forth at different times throughout history, and changed for people based on their individual experiences. …

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The Phrase “Rest in Peace” and the Power of Cultural Influence

This week, we’ve experienced the loss of three beloved and accomplished entertainers and celebrities. The outpouring of grief has been tremendous. It was one after the other, to the point that it left little room to process and fully reflect on each of them. The loss of former WWE female …

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Video Survey of College Students: LGBT Rights Movement is Destroying Common Sense

Nothing seems to neuter common sense quite like political correctness does.  I don’t even know if we can still call this moral relativism.  These are students on a college campus willing to completely ignore the obvious for the sake of a new moral code.  The entire structure of which is based …

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ESPN Journalist Causes an Uproar With “Caucasians” Shirt

Bomani Jones of ESPN set out to make a statement and the shirt he wore to get it across stole the show.  Jones wore a shirt with the word ‘Caucasians’ across the chest styled just like the Cleveland Indian’s logo as a clever dig towards racism and our country’s history …

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Spoons You Can Eat Are Solving One of India’s Biggest Problems

The country of India is predicted to surpass China as the world’s most populous country by 2030, as they have approximately 51 births per minute.  As of March 24th the population was just over 1.32 billion, meaning that one out of every six people in the entire world live in …

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Serial Killer Ted Bundy Explains How Porn Motivated Him to Kill

Hours before serial killer Ted Bundy was executed, he sat down for his last interview and described the loving Christian environment he grew up in and how his addiction to porn grew insatiable, leading him to kill in order to achieve the same excitement and satisfaction:  

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The Black Founding Fathers of America Nobody Talks About

How accurate do you think our academic textbooks are? Do you believe everything you were taught in school? Pieces of American history have been intentionally left out of our curriculum or completely misconstrued to be warped remnants of the truth. Glenn Beck gives us an interesting history lesson, far different than …

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Dee-1 Proclaims Celibacy Led to Viral Video Success

There’s just something about this brother.  His attitude is contagious and seems to always include a God-given confidence.  As a guest on nationally televised “The Real” he was asked if he expected the video for “Sallie Mae Back” to go viral like it has.  Without hesitation he responded “Yes”, and went …

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