It's not easy to find a place to stash 1,600-pound statues. In Virginia, local reporters were shocked to find out that their toppled leaders had ended up at a Richmond wastewater treatment plant, covered in bright blue tarps. It was a fast trip for the soldiers, who went from lining Monument Row to sitting in dirt outside the local sewage works. Even now, no one is quite sure what to make of this marble morgue, except to wonder: who else will be next? According to the people around the president's table -- no one, if they can help it.

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Students can study in a traditional in-person format or enjoy the flexibility of 100% online starting Fall 2021

CyberSecurity print

Tigerville, SC (July 15, 2020) North Greenville University (NGU) announces it will begin offering a bachelor's degree program in cybersecurity.  Students can study in a traditional in-person format or enjoy the flexibility of going 100% online starting Fall 2021, pending approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Students that study and graduate from the program will have an opportunity to give Christ-centered leadership in one of the highest demand, fastest-growing, top-pay labor sectors in America. 

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has vowed to pass a fourth Coronavirus spending bill even if she has to cancel August recess to do so. This must be stopped.

The first three Coronavirus packages have added billions to the already $1.8 trillion deficit.  Each bill was passed quickly, silencing the public’s input. This is the time to get ahead of another terrible bill. 

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- USA.Life is the popular Christian Facebook alternative "where Christians and churches are celebrated." There is no censoring Christian families and the Gospel of Jesus Christ on this fast growing community. USA.Life hopes to have more than one million users by the end of the year. Over 100,000 people have already joined. "USA.Life helps Christians and churches share God's love and hope during the coronavirus crisis," said CEO Steven Andrew. Individuals, churches, news media, and businesses are invited to get a free account at USA.Life.

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She swore "up and down" that she'd never homeschool her kids. "Patience is not one of my virtues," Kristina Hernandez insisted. "I hate crafts. Playgroups are not my thing. I work a full-time job I love." Homeschooling was never going to happen, until -- thanks to coronavirus -- it did. Now, Kristina, like so many other families around the country, are never going back.

It's a story parents everywhere can identify with. Back in the spring, when thousands of moms and dads decided distance learning was a bust, several made the choice to set up class at home. For a lot of them, taking the plunge wasn't easy. "I'm probably not the best teacher as being a mom," Ohio's Tena Moore Crock admitted. "We struggled a little bit." But, even after a rocky start, she agrees: it was worth it.

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Until now, Hong Kong has been a free and semi-autonomous city, even though it stands in the shadow of China's harsh Chinese Communist Party (CCP). But on July 1st, the people of Hong Kong woke up knowing their freedoms were gone.

The night before, China's National People's Congress had passed a new national security law for Hong Kong. And to the Chinese government, "national security" has a broad interpretation that often means the repression of dissidents, including people of faith.

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Pelosi wish list

In the words of Rahm Emanuel who was President Obama’s chief of staff, “ Never allow a good crisis go to waste. It’s an opportunity to do the things you once thought were impossible.” Today, we are seeing Democrats at the local, state, and federal level heed that shocking advice.

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