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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Impeachment trial: A foregone conclusion belies big stakes

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The Senate trial of President Donald Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress began in earnest on Tuesday with wrangling over rules, but its endpoint appears to be a foregone conclusion. The Constitution sets a high bar – a two-thirds vote, or 67 senators – to convict and

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Readers write: Christmas trees, gratitude, and more

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Christmas trees The cover story “Holiday foresters” in the Dec. 23 Monitor Weekly brought smiles to me. In 1959, our family moved to the country in York County in Pennsylvania. One of the first things my parents did was plant pine seedlings, which grew to become Christmas trees. This was

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Foolish talk leads to a bunch of ‘malarkey’

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Early in December, former Vice President Joe Biden embarked on a “No Malarkey!” campaign tour across Iowa. The word’s definition – “insincere or foolish talk” – was emblazoned across the side of his tour bus, in case people were unfamiliar with this piece of 1920s slang. No one, or at least no

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What goes in a suitcase

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My family had one set of luggage when I was growing up: hard-side suitcases in marble white that my parents received as a wedding gift. I was particularly enamored of the cosmetic case. It was small and sturdy with metal latches that you pushed in with your thumbs to open, and the inside was

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How political tribalism is leading to more political hypocrisy

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Today it seems, hypocrisy is particularly rampant – and there’s a reason. “It’s a function of our extreme partisan polarization,” says the University of Virginia’s Larry Sabato. “Hypocrisy is the lifeblood of politics.”  In behaving hypocritically, each political “tribe” can argue it is

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Picking The Best Keywords For Your Site

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Hits: 6 Article Name Picking The Best Keywords For Your Site Description Keywords in SEO seem easy enough but keep in mind it is like the game of Jeopardy. The answer is known … it is you, you have to find the question people are searching. Matthew Leffler Ultimate SEO Ultimate SEO LLC

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The most searched-for words of 2019

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Dictionaries announced their words of the year (WOTY) for 2019, and I am here for it, as my Gen Z daughter would say. I love reading about the most frequently looked-up words, and the ones chosen by lexicographers “to reflect the ethos, mood, or preoccupations of the passing year,” as Oxford

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I discover a place I already knew

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It was my first time enjoying the book with my youngest child, but I’d done so more than once with each of my older two. I knew the novel well: its slow build; its complex, painful evocation of the 18th-century encounter between struggling European pioneers and indigenous Americans resisting

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CCPA and GDPR Solutions

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CCPA and GDPR are both in effect now.  If you aren’t familiar check out our article CCPA and GDPR 2020: What They Mean To Your Site We now offer compliance packages in the SEO Store, as well as CCPAGDPR.org There’s no time to wait, as compliance has already become required. Hits: 1 Source

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Iran-US conflict may stretch definitions of ‘war’

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Refined Kitten, also known by other names, is a shadowy hacker group that cybersecurity firms believe works in the interests of Iran. When tensions between Washington and Tehran spiked last June, Refined Kitten launched a broad phishing attack against a range of U.S. government agencies,

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Soleimani killing: How pivotal for US role in Middle East?

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Two presidents, Barack Obama and George W. Bush, weighed the option of taking out one of Iran’s most prominent and revered military leaders, Qassem Soleimani. In the end both presidents held back, worried about potential consequences – including a further destabilized Middle East. Now President

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