Why gun-rights advocates are seeking sanctuary Sticky

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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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Signs of hope for troubled Afghanistan peace talks?

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Is Afghanistan witnessing a change in thinking that could finally yield progress toward peace? Analysts point to a new coalescing of calculations focused by renewed U.S. pressure and leavened by the recognition there may be a limit to leverage gained by violence. After five months of delay and

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Why Cory Asbury Quit Music and Why He’s Back

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The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN is a global ministry committed to preparing the nations of the world for the coming of Jesus Christ through mass media. Using television and the Internet, CBN is proclaiming the Good News in 149 countries and territories, with programs and content in 67

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Will there be a third era of American trust-busting?

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Americans hunkered down at home early in the COVID-19 pandemic found beef and pork nearly as hard to buy as toilet paper. The culprit: Outbreaks of the coronavirus among workers caused shutdowns at a handful of huge processing plants, which prompted calls for antitrust investigations from

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The best audiobooks of July provide an escape

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The best audiobooks of July include a new adventure for a beloved detective, a memoir about learning to surf, and two novels that explore assumptions about race using the lens of humor.  “Sherlock Holmes: The Voice of Treason” by George Mann and Cavan ScottFull cast recording; Audible

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Jane Austen rescued her: A memoir about reading and solace

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Even though the year is only a little more than halfway gone, 2020 has understandably been filled with talk about the “solace” of reading. More so than in any previous year in living memory, readers have been diving into books in order to escape the harsh realities of the outside world. 

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Protecting the innocent – from Bosnia to China

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On Monday, the United States took action to protect a minority in China from mass detention and forced labor. It barred 11 Chinese companies from buying American technology without a special license, citing their complicity in China’s campaign against its Muslim minority. The action is

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