Phyllis Schlafly with California Eagle Forum members.
Phyllis Schlafly with California Eagle Forum members.

“She won at life” said a writer last week in talking about my mother, Phyllis Schlafly. What a great line! On this Mother’s Day, nearly three years after her passing, several commentators have recently written that Phyllis Schlafly was so unusual that she was an outlier and the New York Times even dared to ask, “Where is the Phyllis Schlafly of our time”?

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"...A cry is heard in Ramah- deep anguish and bitter weeping. Rachel weeps for her children, refusing to be comforted- for her children are gone." Jeremiah 31:15

WASHINGTON -- Black prolife women are calling for local and national leaders to meet with them for discussions and solutions regarding the impact of abortion in the Black community.

"We are resounding the alarm that abortion kills babies and harms mothers by exposing them to abortion health related risks," said Evangelist Alveda King, Civil Rights for The Unborn at Priests for Life. 

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Dr. Allen McWhite named executive director of NGU’s Institute of Global Leadership and Erin Wolfe, a 2008 NGU alumna, named assistant director for NGU’s Institute of Global Leadership.
Dr. Allen McWhite named executive director of NGU’s Institute of Global Leadership and Erin Wolfe, a 2008 NGU alumna, named assistant director for NGU’s Institute of Global Leadership.

Tigerville, SC -- North Greenville University (NGU) has announced the launch of the Institute of Global Leadership (IGL) to facilitate student mobilization for short-term trips and develop academic programs in leadership, global studies, and related disciplines.

The university has named Dr. Allen McWhite as executive director and NGU alumna Erin Wolfe (‘08) as the assistant director for the Institute. McWhite will also serve as an associate professor of global leadership. The initial program to be offered by the IGL will be the recently approved minor in global studies.

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Nite Line broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS-TV from 8 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The program features local and/or nationally known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community events in the upstate.

Monday, May 20, 2019:  Dante Thompson welcomes Dorothy Spaulding of Watchmen Broadcasting, Israel Goodwill Ambassador Earl Cox, and Mayor Benny Kashriel of Ma’ale Adumim in Israel.   Tune in tonight as they discuss the history, culture, and significance of this city in the Holy Land.  B.J. Harris provides music on this program.

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The 2019 Armed Forces Day Parade Group meet at Tommy's Ham House for final meeting before the Parade on May 18,  2019 on Main Street in Downtown Greenville.

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NIIGATA, JAPAN - The Ministers of Agriculture from Argentina, Brazil, Canada and the United States highlighted that food demand is rising while agricultural production faces significant constraints, such as limited access to arable land and fresh water. In this regard, they agreed that agricultural innovation, such as biotechnology, including precision biotechnology, will continue to play a substantial role in addressing such challenges and can improve farmers’ productivity in a safe and sustainable manner.

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If you think leaving newborns to die is horrible, imagine letting scientists pick through the bodies for parts. Based on this week's Labor-HHS vote, Democrats are perfectly fine with both. Planned Parenthood's gory organ trade was just one of the shocking things the House majority went to bat for in a hearing that ought to show every American just how far outside the mainstream the party of Pelosi is.

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