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Sin and Sacrifice (The Daughters of Eve #1)

Sin and Sacrifice (The Daughters of Eve #1)     Five sisters. One secret. An ancient order of Knights determined to acquire them at any cost. And one man hell bent on saving both. * * * * Evelyn Grant, ...

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This week's poll: Has the Obama administration declared a war on religion?

This week's poll:  Has the Obama administration declared a war on religion?

In his speech after the Florida presidential primary, Newt Gingrich complained that the Obama administration has "declared a war on religion."  Do you agree with Gingrich? The poll will remain open until 10:00 AM Pacific on Sunday, February 5. Although ...

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Gingrich accuses Romney of denying Holocaust survivors kosher food

Gingrich accuses Romney of denying Holocaust survivors kosher food

In a last minute appeal to entice Florida primary voters to vote for him, Newt Gingrich's campaign initiated a robo-call effort that claimed that Mitt Romney, a Mormon, was denying Holocaust survivors Jewish kosher food and stifling religious freedom. The ...

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Test Your Knowledge of the U.S. Constitution

Test Your Knowledge of the U.S. Constitution

The Freedom From Religion Foundation has a quiz, in which you can test you knowledge of the U.S. Constitution. The quiz consists of 21 questions and after you hit the summit button, you can find out how many you got ...

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Televangelist Pat Robertson: Trying to prove God exists with science is sort of a stretch

Televangelist Pat Robertson:  Trying to prove God exists with science is sort of a stretch

In the Christian Broadcasting Network's "Bring It On" segment posted today, an anonymous writer asked Pat Robertson, "What do you think of the fact that some church leaders are trying to explain some aspects of religion with science? Do you ...

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Pope Benedict XVI releases doves for peace, but they fly back

Pope Benedict XVI releases doves for peace, but they fly back

Sunday morning during the Angelus prayer  attended by families and youth of Catholic Action, the Pope released doves to ask for peace. One remained on his window sill and the other flew a few yards and then came back into ...

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Car smashes into Georgia church

Car smashes into Georgia church

At around 11:00 on Monday morning, a car crashed into the first floor of the Christ the King Episcopal Church in Valdosta, GA.  No one was injured. Residents are concerned because this is not the first time that an automobile ...

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Social conservatism, racism and prejudice linked to low IQ, study finds

Social conservatism, racism and prejudice linked to low IQ, study finds

Live Science reports that prejudice and social conservatism is tied to low IQ.  The magazine cites lead researcher Gordon Hodson, a psychologist at Brock University in Ontario, who says that the research finds that children with low intelligence are more ...

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3 members of Afghan family living in Toronto found guilty of murder in 'honor' killings

3 members of Afghan family living in Toronto found guilty of murder in 'honor' killings

A jury found an Afghan father, his wife (from a polygamous marriage) and son guilty of killing three teenage sisters and a co-wife in what the judge described as "cold-blooded, shameful murders" resulting from a "twisted concept of honor" in ...

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Prophecy (Slave Empire)

Prophecy (Slave Empire)     An ancient prophecy, a dying world, a human girl and a masked outlaw. Hunters from the stars search a dying Earth for a golden girl child who will save the Atlantean Empire, the greatest power ...

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A message to spammers

It took six hours today and seven hours yesterday to delete spam posts, from everything ranging to how to pack lunchboxes to bathroom fixtures. Please be advised that every single one of you who are spamming this site have had ...

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Rep. Larry Pittman Wants To Bring Back Public Hangings For Abortionists

Rep. Larry Pittman Wants To Bring Back Public Hangings For Abortionists

In an e-mail, North Carolina Rep. Larry Pittman (R), who, according to his official bio, is also a Pastor, Shipping Worker, and Company Chaplain, stated he wanted public hanging brought back for abortionists, as well as others he deemed as murderers.  The ...

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Restrictive new voting laws in Republican-led states target ethnic minorities, the disabled and the elderly

Restrictive new voting laws in Republican-led states target ethnic minorities, the disabled and the elderly

US civil rights groups have been criticizing new laws, backed by Republicans, that could deny millions of people their right to vote in dozens of states in the country.  One of these involves Wisconsin's new "voter ID" law, which could ...

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