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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In chill of New Hampshire, signs Klobuchar is warming

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At a time when many Democrats are sounding Eeyorish, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar is cracking jokes and winning over voters by telling them, “I know you, and I will fight for you.” After months or polling in the single digits, she is wriggling out of her stiff senatorial shell and had moved

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Trump, impeachment, and the politics of revenge

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President Donald Trump’s retribution against those he may believe share blame for his impeachment predicament began in earnest Friday, as he fired two of the most prominent impeachment witnesses: Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman of the National Security Council and Ambassador to the European Union

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Heavy rains douse Australian bushfires, but cause flooding

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Melbourne, Australia Australian authorities issued evacuation orders as heavy rain lashed Sydney and the east coast of the state of New South Wales (NSW) on Monday, raising concerns of flooding in the country’s largest city. But the rains are also dousing bushfires that have raged since

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For Bernie camp, Iowa debacle triggers déjà vu

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Democrats profess themselves united around a common goal: beating President Donald Trump. But it’s becoming clear that fissures from 2016 have yet to heal – and may be deepening. The division is in part ideological, between progressives and pragmatists. At a deeper level, it is an

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Why Democrats won’t beat Trump playing by his rules

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Washington Dear reader: First, President Donald Trump appeared to decline to shake House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s hand. Later, Ms. Pelosi tore up the president’s speech. The made-for-meme moments bookending last night’s State of the Union address represent a dispiriting sign of our times.

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Iowa caucus debacle a wake-up call for American democracy

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Ankeny, Iowa Deborah West, dressed head to toe in yellow and blue, was giggling with excitement. Pete Buttigieg, her preferred candidate, had just won the caucus in the 13th precinct of Ankeny, Iowa – at least, according to the projector at the front of the Marriott conference room. “I’m just

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The wheels on the preschool go round and round

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Four-year-old Paisley Barrett’s first experience with preschool was on a bus, with a teacher all to herself, that came right to her rural Kentucky home. In the foothills of the Appalachians, a pair of teacher-staffed and -driven buses is helping to address a persistent need for early childhood

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Readers write: Anti-Semitism, and community relations

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Anti-Semitism I’m pleased to see an increasing number of articles in the Monitor that address anti-Semitism. [Editor’s note: See “Anti-Semitism surges – right and left – across political spectrum” in the Jan. 20 Monitor Weekly and “Anti-Semitism in the schoolyard: A new front in Germany’s

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