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Palestinians 'Definitely' Going To Reject Trump's Mideast Peace Plan April 19, 2019

The Mideast peace plan soon to be presented by the U.S. administration is likely not going to get very far upon its initial presentation, but it could provide Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Donald Trump with an opportunity to alter the dynamics of the conflict.

Support Groups For Parents Opposed To "Transitioning" Must Now Meet In Secret April 19, 2019

At an undisclosed location somewhere in North America, a small group of parents met for a secret meeting. When they arrived, they were warned not to use their real names or reveal where they were from. This was a group of parents with teenage or young-adult children who had suddenly decided they were transgender.

Next Israeli Government Will Soon Face New Iranian Terrorist Challenges April 19, 2019

During last Saturday's early hours, when the attention of most Israelis was focused on politics and election-related matters, enormous blasts rocked a suspected Iranian surface-to-surface missile factory.

Accident Or Intentional? Notre Dame Speculation Abounds April 17, 2019

Now that the initial shock of the fire has subsided, the Internet is buzzing with speculation about the origin of the fire. In the end, there are only two options. Either this was an accident, or someone intentionally started the fire.

Why Post-Christian America Will Be A Meaner, Unhappier Place April 17, 2019

For the first time in American history, atheists are the largest group in the nation at 23.1%, surpassing both evangelicals and Catholics as the largest portion of the population.

Death Of The Dream Of "EU Army" For Now April 17, 2019

"We are committed to the emergence of a European army", German chancellor Angela Merkel pledged in January, backing a plan first launched by French president Emmanuel Macron in 2017.

Turning Anti-Semite Omar Into A Victim April 17, 2019

Omar, like her fellow controversial members of the Democrats' freshman class, Reps. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) have gotten far more publicity than they probably deserve for their meager accomplishments so far.

Survey: Half Of America's Pastors Are Afraid To Speak About Controversial Topics April 15, 2019

As America's moral foundations literally collapse right in front of our eyes, a large percentage of our pastors are afraid to speak out about controversial topics because they might offend someone.

Staggering 98% Drop Of Christian Refugees Being Admitted Into US April 15, 2019

Christians have enjoyed nearly-unprecedented access to the White House, to administration officials and many of the promises made to us have been kept. Unfortunately, the promise to aid persecuted Christians around the world has not been kept.

Abbas Between Rock & Hard Place After Israeli Elections April 15, 2019

The top ranks of the Palestinian Authority are greatly disappointed by the results of the general elections on April 9 while Abbas does not have the political courage to “hang up his hat” and resign from his position.

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