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Oct. 3, 2017, Update: Victory - The U.S. House of Represenatives passed H.R. 36, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, by a vote of 237-189. Please sign and keep sharing as the bill moves to the Senate. 

The United States is one of seven countries in the world that allows the inhumane practice of abortion post 20 weeks. Though all abortion is inhumane and wrong.

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Too often, the media only speaks out in favor of “liberal” causes. They usually speak out in favor of Democratic candidates or “progressive” causes like gay marriage, transgenderism, and abortion. As we’ve recently reported, the New York Times and other famous media outlets often promote the messages of Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and other pro-abortion groups. The Huffington Post, too, is usually just a Democrat propaganda machine.

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The sexual revolution has done great damage to American society. Promiscuous, no-boundaries sex has led to an increase in Sexually Transmitted Diseases, pregnancies out of wedlock, and broken relationships. The movement supposedly based on “love” has really wrought a generation of ungrounded hedonistic young people who increasingly reject religion in favor of sexual pleasure. And probably the biggest casualty of the sexual revolution has been the commoditization of children.

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Earlier this week, tragedy struck Nashville, Tennessee, when a gunman opened fired on Burnette Chapel Church of Christ—killing Melanie Crow and wounding seven others. 

In the face of this unspeakable tragedy, please commit to pray for Burnette Chapel Church of Christ and sign this letter of solidarity and support. In times of great crisis, it is important that the Christian church grieves with those who grieve.

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In 2012, Massachusetts voters rejected a statewide ballot referendum on legalizing assisted suicide. More than 1.5 million New Englanders voted to protect the dignity of human life.

But now, pro-suicide activists are once again trying to bring death to Massachusetts. They know they won't win at the ballot box, so they've submitted legislation at the state capitol instead. 

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Last week, an 11-year-old boy charmed and inspired the nation when he mowed the Rose Garden lawn after contacting the White House asking for the opportunity to do so. This young man, Frank "FX" Giaccio lives in Falls Church and runs his own lawn service business. He charges friends and neighbors eight dollars per lawn, but he waved his fees for the White House.

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Tragically, sometimes in pursuit of something good, we can lose sight of what is ultimate. Such is the case for the liberal church in America. During the twentieth century, some mainline denominations began to prioritize cultural acceptance over Scriptural authority. This has become even more the case in the twenty-first century. These churches and denominations are euphemistically referred to as “liberal” branches of Christianity.

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We hear a lot about liberal bias against conservatives. The news media insists it doesn’t treat Republicans and Democrats differently despite numerous and obvious examples of this unfair treatment. Today’s universities are no better.

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We recently reported to you that Democratic Senators Diane Feinstein and Dick Durbin have joined Bernie Sanders in advancing anti-Christian bias in the U.S. Senate. All three now have questioned nominees for positions in the federal government—intimating that their faith may be inappropriate for their role in government. Specifically, Senators Feinstein and Durbin implied Notre Dame Professor Barrett could not serve as a federal judge because she believed strongly in her Catholic faith.

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