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Trump Wishes Christians And Catholics A ‘Peaceful And Prayerful’ Ash Wednesday

President Donald Trump wished Christians and Catholics a “peaceful and prayerful” start to the Christian Lenten season Wednesday. The president issued a Wednesday statement in which he wished “everyone observing Ash Wednesday a peaceful and prayerful day.” “For Catholics and many other Christians, Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Lenten season that concludes with the joyful celebration of Easter ...

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Pro-Abortion, Pro-Gay Marriage Biden Touts His Catholic Faith In Campaign Video: ‘I Pray The Rosary’

Pro-abortion 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden touted his Catholic faith in a February campaign video saying, “I go to mass, I pray the rosary.” The former vice president released a campaign video Tuesday titled “Faith,” in which Biden discusses Catholicism and discusses how his Catholic faith helped him through deaths of loved ones in his immediate family. “Faith is what ...

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Pope Francis Rejects Proposal To Allow Married Priests

Pope Francis rejected a proposal Wednesday that would have allowed priests in remote areas to be married. Progressive bishops had urged the pope to change Catholic Church teaching to allow married men to become priests following an October meeting of bishops, the New York Times reports. Francis, while rejecting the proposal, said in a Wednesday letter that “a specific and ...

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Biden Attacks Sanders Over Medicare For All: ‘How Much Is That Gonna Cost?’

2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden attacked fellow 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders over Sanders’ Medicare For All’ plan, asking, “how much is that gonna cost?” The two presidential candidates kicked off Friday night’s Democratic debates by sparring over Medicare for All at ABC’s debate at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire. The former vice president pointed out that though Sanders ...

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Elizabeth Warren Calls For ‘Race-Conscious Laws’

2020 presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren called for “race-conscious” laws Friday night. The Massachusetts senator spoke Friday night at ABC’s Democratic debates in New Hampshire where she emphasized the need to correct racism within the United States. Her comments came after fellow candidate Bernie Sanders said at the same debate that “we have a racist society from top to bottom.” ...

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Media Ignores Buttigieg Refusing To Say He Does Not Support Infanticide

Media Bias - NY Times - NBC News - CNN - Washington Post - Huffington Post

Establishment media failed to cover a presidential candidate refusing to say he does not support infanticide. 2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg refused to come out against late term abortion or infanticide Thursday, speaking to The View’s Megan McCain.  Yet establishment media, including CNN, the Washington Post, the New York Times, HuffPost, and Vox, did not cover Buttigieg’s words. None of ...

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Pelosi Omits Christians As She Lists Religious Persecutions Around The World

Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi omitted mentioning Christians as she listed those persecuted for their religious beliefs around the world Thursday. The House speaker specifically prayed for people of Muslim, Jewish and Buddhists faiths. Her omission comes as Christians endure severe persecutions around the world, facing near “genocide” levels. Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi failed to mention Christians as she ...

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Pro-Life Catholic Charges Labor Union With Forcing Her To Fund Abortion, Interrogating Her On Religious Beliefs

A pro-life Catholic filed a complaint against her labor union bosses for forcing her to fund the union despite her religious beliefs and interrogating her over these beliefs. J&J Worldwide Service employee Dorothy Frame filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) saying that officials with the Laborers Local Union 576 (LIUNA) discriminated against her by forcing her ...

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Sanders Compared The Poor In Vermont To ‘Blacks In South Africa’

2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders once compared poor people living in Vermont to “blacks in South Africa.” The Vermont senator reportedly spoke in 1986 at an annual meeting of the Vermont Society of Association Executives, a meeting that included representatives of the state chamber of commerce, health care organizations, “and other trades and professions” according to the Bennington Banner. Sanders, ...

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TikTok Reinstates Live Action Account, Apologizes And Cites ‘Human Error’

TikTok reinstated a pro-life group’s account Friday and cited “human error” after the platform said Live Action was permanently banned from TikTok Thursday. A TikTok spokesperson told the Daily Caller News Foundation Friday afternoon that the platform determined after a review that Live Action did not violate TikTok’s Community Guidelines, adding that “TikTok is a platform for creative expression that ...

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Over-Woke: Warren Says She Will Allow A Transgender Child To Pick Her Secretary Of Education

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren said she would have a transgender child interview the next Secretary of Education. The Massachusetts senator spoke Sunday at a town hall in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where a voter told her that children are not learning enough about LGBTQ history or sexual education in public schools. Warren told the voter that she would require ...

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AG Barr Compares Working With Trump And Bush: ‘I Love Both Men,’ But Trump ‘Listens’

Attorney General William Barr discussed working with former President George W. bush and President Donald Trump, saying that he loves “both men” and adding that “Trump listens.” Barr discussed the differences between Bush and Trump during an interview with Archbishop of New York, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, and co-host, Father Dave Dwyer, CSP on their show “Conversation with Cardinal Dolan”  on ...

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Thousands Of College Students Will Travel Up To 24 Hours On A Bus For This DC Protest

March for Life crowd

The 47th annual March for Life will take place on Friday in Washington, D.C. College students from around the country head to the city to take a stand against abortion – regardless of the distance.  “I feel honored to witness to the unborn and hopeful that very soon we will see a change in their favor,” one student said.  College ...

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Pro-Life New England Patriots Player Announces He Is Making An Abortion Documentary

New England Patriots tight end Benjamin Watson announced Tuesday he is producing a documentary on abortion. The pro-life father of seven started filming “Divided Hearts of America” in May, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The movie is budgeted at less than $1 million and is financed by both donors and Watson’s One More Foundation, an organization focused on issues such ...

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