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‘Be Prepared To Protect Yourself’: Texas Shooting Hero Jack Wilson Speaks Out

The man who stopped a Texas church shooting warned that every American should “be prepared to protect yourself” in a video released Sunday. Jack Wilson, who is an armed security guard at West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, Texas, spoke out about the Dec. 29 shooting in an exclusive interview with the student activist group Turning Point USA. ...

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Pro-Life Groups, Planned Parenthood Launch Million Dollar Political Campaigns Heading Into 2020

The pro-life Susan B. Anthony List announced a $52 million effort to back President Donald Trump and Republicans the same week Planned Parenthood launched a $45 million campaign backing Democrats. Pro-life and pro-choice groups are ramping up efforts heading into the 2020 presidential election. Planned Parenthood announced earlier this week that the organization, which is the nation’s largest abortion provider, ...

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Faith, Family, Football: Why Patriots Tight End Benjamin Watson Champions Life

New England Patriots football player Benjamin Watson does not shy away from standing up for his beliefs. The father of seven emphasizes the importance of engaging others in conversations on politics and culture, just as he does with his teammates. “We have those conversations,” he said. “And then we kiss and makeup and go play football.” Benjamin Watson is not ...

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Muslim Refugee Journalist Challenges Ilhan Omar’s Congressional Seat: ‘She Does Not Speak For Me’

A Muslim refugee and journalist is challenging Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar as a Republican, saying the Minnesota representative “divides” the United States. Dalia al-Aqidi promises unity rather than division as she announced her campaign Thursday. The journalist, who has formerly been shadow-banned from Twitter after criticizing Omar, fled with her mother from Iraq as a child, just as Omar ...

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Trump Judge Refuses To Use Preferred Pronouns Of Transgender Child Pornographer

A judge appointed by President Donald Trump refused Wednesday to use the preferred pronouns of a transgender child pornographer. Judge Stuart Kyle Duncan denied a motion Wednesday from federal prisoner Norman Varner to change the prisoner’s name to Katherine Nicole Jett and to call the prisoner by his preferred pronouns. Authorities sentenced Varner to 180 months in prison and 15 ...

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A Massachusetts Abortion Clinic Is Relying On A GoFundMe To Stay Open

A Massachusetts abortion clinic is struggling to keep afloat and is using a GoFundMe account for financial support. The clinic might have to close within the next three months if it does not receive more funding. News of the clinic’s struggles comes as Massachusetts attempts to pass legislation removing parental consent requirements for minors who wish to obtain abortions. A ...

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Buttigieg Addresses Lack Of Support From Black Voters

2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg addressed his lack of support from black voters Tuesday night at a Democratic debate. The former South Bend, Indiana, mayor responded to a question from CNN moderator Abby Phillip on his lack of support from black voters and said that “black voters who know me best are supporting me.” “Buttigieg, you have had trouble earning ...

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Trump Campaign Ramps Up Attention To Catholic Voters Ahead Of 2020 Elections

President Donald Trump’s campaign is ramping up attention to Catholic voters heading into the 2020 election season. The president has focused significant attention on Evangelical voters but now recognizes that he must devote similar attention to Catholic voters if he wishes to secure the 2020 presidential election, Politico reports. Many members of Trump’s staff are Catholics, including acting White House ...

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House Democrats Vote Against Recognizing Unborn Babies As ‘Vulnerable Populations’

House Democrats voted against a motion to recognize unborn babies as “vulnerable populations” Friday. Republican Washington Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers presented a motion to amend H.R. 535, a bill requiring the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to declare certain chemicals as hazardous and take “vulnerable populations” into account when developing drinking water standards. Rodgers’ motion suggested protections for unborn ...

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Medication Is Destroying Careers, Ruining Marriages And Increasing Violence, Researcher Warns

Researchers who study the effects of medication and painkillers warn that these drugs may be negatively affecting users’ brains. University of California at San Diego researcher Beatrice Golomb explained to the BBC that reports from patients across the U.S. show alarming reactions to “statin” drugs: drugs intended to lower cholesterol. The researcher found that use of statin treatments is tied ...

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‘Dump The Guy Who Ghosted You’ : Warren Appeals To Young Women Through Dating Advice

2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren appealed to young women with a plethora of life advice in a new video, saying, “Dump the guy who ghosted you.” The Massachusetts senator discussed “on everything from student debt to reproductive rights” in an exclusive video with Elle released Wednesday titled “I Have A Plan For That.” The video features questions that Elle readers ...

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John James Outraises Democrat Incumbent In Race For Michigan Senate Seat, Campaign Says

GOP U.S. Senate contender John James announced Tuesday that he outraised his Democratic incumbent in a state President Donald Trump won in the 2016 election. James’s campaign announced that it out-raised rival Democratic state Sen. Gary Peters by $1 million in the fourth quarter of 2019, reporting fundraising numbers of $3.5 million. The announcement came about an hour after Peters ...

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Cancer Death Rate Has Its Biggest Single-Year Drop Reported

The United States cancer death rate experienced its biggest single-year drop ever reported in 2017, according to the American Cancer Society. Cancer death rates in the United States dropped 2.2% during 2017, the American Cancer Society said Wednesday according to the Washington Post. This drop is partially due to medical and societal gains against lung cancer reflected in both falling ...

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FLASHBACK: Biden Once Said Iranian Attacks Were An ‘Act Of War’

Former Vice President Joe Biden once said that Iranian attacks were “an act of war.”   The 2020 presidential candidate criticized President Donald Trump’s decision to take out top Iranian General Qasem Soleimani. But Biden said in 1996 that the United States can take “whatever action it deems appropriate” against Iran. Content created by The Daily Caller News Foundation is ...

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