Why gun-rights advocates are seeking sanctuary

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Editors Note Christianradionewsroom.org wants to note that the views of this content are syndicated and not endorsed by this site. While we respect the right of people to own a gun we find violence and mass shootings outweigh the issue of accessibility. Common sense gun laws and restrictions

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Readers write: Cost of war, military service, and turkey time

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Cost of war Regarding the Nov. 11 Monitor Weekly cover story, “Legacy of the longest war,” and the question it posed, “Do the positive changes wrought in Afghanistan by the U.S. involvement there outweigh the cost in blood and treasure?” The United States and its people are now and always have

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Paris prepares for its first Christmas outside Notre Dame

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Paris Notre Dame kept Christmas going even during two world wars – a beacon of hope amid the bloodshed.  Yet an accidental fire in peacetime finally stopped the Paris cathedral from celebrating Midnight Mass this year, for the first time in over two centuries. As the lights stay dim in the

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Helping college students avoid money woes

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College students like to think about the future, the satisfying careers and happy lives to come. But without good financial planning, these dreams can turn to dust.  Students today confront a dizzying array of financial choices, and they are often woefully unprepared to make them. The

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Disavowing theglobe.net bad backlinks from Sweden

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theglobe.net What’s worse?  The crappy website they have with no content and just super spammy links or the fact that you nor I ever asked for that bad backlink?  The fact that the charge to delete a link to you at $35 a link shows how they crash your backlink party.  But hey,

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Top New Christmas Songs of 2019

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Do you hear what I hear? Is it sleigh bells? Or maybe it’s this year’s new Christmas selections from your favorite artists (and some you’ve never heard of)!  Turn up the volume or pop in your ear buds, and take a listen to some of 2019’s best offerings (in no

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When peace prize laureates falter

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For two prominent winners of the Nobel Peace Prize, Dec. 10 was not an easy day. Aung San Suu Kyi, the 1991 winner for her pro-democracy efforts in Myanmar, was at the United Nations’ highest tribunal, defending her country’s military for the mass killing of Rohingya Muslims. The International

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A nation’s remarkable recovery of trust

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Take it from a country that knows – it is possible to restore lost trust. On Dec. 9, a day designated as International Anti-Corruption Day, a new Greek prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, hailed his country’s latest step in battling corruption. For the first time, Greece will have a single,

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Iraq protesters to government: Listen to us (not to Iran)

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Like hundreds of thousands of protesting Iraqis, disenfranchised by corruption that has failed to convert vast oil wealth into wider prosperity, Rasoul Adel knows what he wants, even if he can’t articulate how to get there. The recent resignation of Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi was a first

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Interstellar visitors open new window to the cosmos

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Comet Borisov is hurtling toward our sun, on track for its nearest approach on Dec. 8. But this isn’t an ordinary comet. Borisov hails from another star system. And it’s only the second time scientists have observed such an interstellar visitor.  The first was a peculiar asteroid dubbed

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Tiger’s tale out of the rough

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For Tiger Woods, the golf megastar who fell from grace a decade ago after admitting marital infidelity, the American belief in second chances seems to be working. His recovery, both morally and physically, could result in 2019 being his breakthrough year. In April he claimed his fifth Masters

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