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Republicans help pass Medicaid expansion after years of resisting

After four years of resisting Medicaid expansion in Virginia, 20 Republican lawmakers in the House of Delegates relented and helped to push a limited, bipartisan expansion across the finish line, a vote one conservative member believes the GOP will live to regret. “I think this is going to prove to have been a very, very […] …

Abortion businesses’ dirty secrets now posted online

A team of pro-life activists has created a website giving the public access to reports from inspections done at abortion businesses across the country, as well as complaints they have faced – all taken from public records. It’s not a project that will make the abortionists happy. But it does reveal some of the details […] …

Americans are addicted to controversial new search engine

Sponsored by Truthfinder Have you ever googled yourself? A crush? Your neighbors? Fifty-seven percent of Americans admit to keeping an eye on their online reputation, and 46 percent admit to using the internet to look up someone from their past. But Google is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to finding personal […] …

Judges rule public street, sidewalk aren’t ‘public’

When is a public street not a public street? And when is a public sidewalk not a public sidewalk? Apparently when a panel of three judges makes that claim, according to a dispute that has developed over Rodney Keister, a street preacher. He was ordered by the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa to shut up, […] …

Parents lose custody of minor teen who wants to ‘transition’

Parents Just Lost Custody of Teenage Daughter Who Wants to ‘Transition’ to a Boy: What You Need to Know By Ryan T. Anderson Reprinted with permission of the Daily Caller News Foundation Parents in Ohio lost custody of their 17-year-old daughter Friday because a judge ruled that she should be allowed to receive therapy, including […] …

Mattis called to put mission readiness before transgender activism

Defense Secretary James Mattis should put “mission readiness” above social agendas in his recommendation to the White House regarding whether or not transgendered persons should serve in the military, contends a military expert. Mattis on Friday delivered his recommendation to the White House, the Hill reported, but it was not released to the public. A Pentagon spokesman declined to discuss the […] …

Chuck Norris laments retired athletes’ biggest challenge

I was 24 years old when I entered my first karate tournament. By the time I retired from active competition in 1974 as the undefeated six-time World Professional Middleweight Karate Champion, I was 34. According to my Winter Olympic metrics, that would make me twice the age of current American snowboarding champion Chloe Kim, the […] …

Find and reconnect with family members with this powerful tool

Sponsored by Truthfinder Even when you’re separated by time and distance, nothing is quite as strong as family. That’s what makes reconnecting with relatives such an emotional journey: These people are connected to you by blood. Everybody knows at least one family member who fell through the cracks. Maybe they’re an estranged uncle, a distant cousin […] …

California claims it can’t promote abortion without pro-life centers

California has filed a document with the U.S. Supreme Court complaining that it cannot adequately promote abortions to its women without the help of a tiny number of pro-life pregnancy centers that offer pregnancy tests, diapers and counseling, mostly. The arguments come in the fight over the state’s law, similar to a number of others […] …