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As the World Converges on Jerusalem

Submitted 12 hours ago by ActRight Community

Israel is getting ready to host one of the largest
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Israel's timeline to field laser capabilities for its military may prove challenging. It is important to understand the technology’s promise — as well as its limitations.
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The number of newborn males with Arabic or Muslim first names in France has increased from just one per cent in 1960, to 19 per cent today.
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Thousands of gun rights activists took part in a massive rally near the Virginia Capitol in Richmond Monday to protest bills that would usher in background checks and other gun control measures.
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Former Vice President Joe Biden delivered a speech before a mostly black congregation at the Bethlehem Baptist Church in Columbia, S.C. Sunday in which he spoke of race relations in terms befitting a biblical prophet warning of impending destruction.
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Donald Trump Jr., son of President Donald Trump, said on this week's broadcast of Fox News Sunday's "Sunday Morning Futures" he believed Democrats and the media "hate" his father more than they love America. | Clips
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A federal judge has ruled that a Judeo-Christian law firm's case can move forward against two Michigan officials who are targeting it as a hate group.
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DeepClips.com -- RICHMOND, VA - Over 100,000 Second Amendment supporters are expected to flood the capital city for Virginia's "Lobby Day" rally, taking place today in Capitol Square. Social media began lighting up in the predawn hours with pho…
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YUMA, Ariz. (AP) — Adolfo Cardenas smiles faintly at the memory of traveling with his 14-year-old son from Honduras to the U.S.-Mexico border in only nine days, riding buses and paying a smuggler...
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'How could the American people want someone who lies to them?' Warren said on whether dishonesty was a disqualifying trait in a presidential candidate.
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Conservative radio host Mark Levin slammed Democrats for basically robbing President Trump of his due process rights in ther impeachmet efforts.
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Young voters look at the youngest candidate and see a desperately box-checking striver. Is that such a bad thing?
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This second cold war, conducted on a teeming planet whose anxiety is intensified by the passions and rages of social media, is only in its beginning stages. The aim, like in the first Cold War, is negative victory: not defeating the Chinese, but waiting them out, just as we waited the Soviets out.
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Martin Luther King Jr. would be puzzled and disappointed by the growth of hatred and assaults on faith in today's America.
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Andrew Peek had only been in the job since November. His predecessors, Fiona Hill and Tim Morrison, testified in President Trump's impeachment probe.
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If students are too afraid to express their opinions, is real learning taking place?
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Is brevity the soul of wit? Maybe not when you're making a legal argument, and you're short on details. A former federal prosecutor knocked the short length of the impeachment brief from President Donald Trump's team.
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Liberals see a bifurcated world of separate standards, meted out by their subjective politically correct template
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Does short Bill Maher have a Napoleon complex? Does this explain the diminutive TV host's Trump Derangement Syndrome?
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  ‘Not A Single Democrat’ Voted To Protect Women’s Sports From Transgender Cheats   Florida Republican Congressman Greg Steube reports that not a single Democrat voted i…
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Harvard law Professor Alan Dershowitz’s joining Trump’s impeachment defense is hardly a surprise. What might surprise some, however, is how he will defend the president. By R. Cort Kirkwood
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The Democratic Party may be shocked to hear this, but
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