After Sutherland Springs Church Massacre, Anglican Bishop Considers Arming Himself at the Altar

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Washington, D.C. / Pine Grove Mills, PA - A man of the cloth in Pennsylvania who also wears a badge is now contemplating packing a pistol in the pulpit to protect his parish. Bishop Council Nedd II, rector of St ...
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Packing at the Pulpit: This Man of God May Arm Himself to Protect His Flock, by Bishop Council Nedd II

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As a law enforcement officer, I can and do carry a gun almost anywhere.  But I never take it to my other workplace – a church.  Besides being a state constable, I’m also a church rector and an Anglican bishop.  ...
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Trump Asked to Rescind Monument Designations Harmful to Economy, Private Property

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Letter from Free-Market Coalition Urges Comprehensive Overhaul of Antiquities Act "Dramatic Break" Sought to Combat "Abuses That Have Plagued the Program for Decades" Washington, D.C. - Over three dozen free-market organizations, trade associations, businesses, former federal officials and current lawmakers ...
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Black Activists Credit Trump Policies for Helping Create 17-Year Low in Black Unemployment

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Washington, D.C. - Recently released unemployment statistics showing black unemployment at a 17-year low are being applauded by members of the Project 21 black leadership network as a triumph of the "commonsense" policies and economic confidence brought about by the ...
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Black Conservatives Say Players Kneel and Protest at Their Peril

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NFL's Indulgence of Radical Politics Sends Divisive Message, Drives Away Fans Washington, D.C. - With the high likelihood of continued instances of professional football players "taking a knee" while the National Anthem is played during this week's NFL games, members ...
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Corporate Support for NFL Kneeling Will Cost Customers at Nike, ESPN and Elsewhere

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For Release: September 26, 2017 Contact: Judy Kent at (703) 759-7476 or cell (703) 477-7476 or [email protected] and David W. Almasi at (703) 568-4727 or [email protected] Corporate Support for NFL Kneeling Will Cost Customers at Nike, ESPN and Elsewhere Free ...
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Free Speech Victory: National Center for Public Policy Research Soundly Defeats Fake Transparency Proposal at FedEx Shareholder Meeting

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For Release: September 25, 2017 Contact: Judy Kent at (703) 759-7476 or cell (703) 477-7476 or [email protected] and David W. Almasi at (703) 568-4727 or [email protected]  Free Speech Victory: National Center for Public Policy Research Soundly Defeats Fake Transparency Proposal ...
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Nike Runs Away From Question on Ideological Tolerance

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Do Nike and Other Outwardly Liberal Corporations Create Hostile Work Environments for Conservative Employees? National Center's Free Enterprise Project Urges Footwear Giant to Expand Its Concept of Inclusion to Include Varying Viewpoints Beaverton, OR / Washington, D.C. - At today's ...
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Black Conservatives Rebuke ESPN Host on Trump “White Supremacist” Claims

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Jemele Hill's Allegations Hurt Race Relations and the ESPN Brand Washington, D.C. - After ESPN host Jemele Hill tweeted that President Donald Trump and his supporters are "white supremacists," black conservatives with the Project 21 leadership network are criticizing Hill ...
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CEO Resignations From Trump Business Councils Reveal Leaders’ “True Colors”

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Liberal Grandstanding and Cronyism Seen as Undermining Efforts to Grow Economy, Create Jobs Washington, D.C. - Recent CEO resignations from the Trump Administration's business councils are being criticized by the nation's leading conservative shareholder activists as being short-sighted and political ...
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