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The Iranian Deal and Pastor Saeed

The signing of the Iranian nuclear deal agreement has come and gone. With it is the passing of the third year for the imprisonment of Pastor Saeed. The U.S. State Department and John Kerry had a golden opportunity to use his freedom as leverage in the negotiations. They chose not ...

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A New Season of Leadership

This past week, Representative John Boehner shocked the political world and all the nation with his sudden resignation due to take place this month. As Speaker of the House, he is third in line to the presidency. In the event the President and Vice President are unable to perform the ...

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The Real Message of the Four Blood Moons

We are nearing the end of the four blood moons. There are those who would love to say, “See, nothing happened.” However, so much of what happens goes unreported. What does happen may not be obvious, but more “behind the scenes.” Some people need to be reminded about historical precedence ...

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Is the Pope a Political Prop?

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He’s been dubbed “The People’s Pope.” Of course, “people’s pope” conjures thoughts of People’s Republic of China, the people’s proletariat, and other institutions of Marxism/Communism in which the common man really has no voice. Then there was Saul, the people’s choice for king, when God’s people decided they no longer ...

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The Character and the Future of America

These United States are in the beginning stages of choosing their next president. Who we elect will reveal the character of our nation.  You may have watched the second debate, or perhaps you have heard sound bites from the abundance of candidates who took their place on the stage. All candidates possess ...

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