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Barney Frank says Fannie ‘too high’

The Obama administration recently approved base salaries of $900,000, plus $3.1 million in deferred payments, and another $2 million in bonuses for the CEOs of the failed mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. When asked if tax dollars should pay those bonuses, or if they should be cancelled, the chairman of the House Financial […]

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Obama nominee have Christian identity

Erroll Southers, whom President Obama has nominated to head the Transportation Security Administration, described groups that were a domestic security threat as being “anti-abortion” and “Christian-identity oriented.” The TSA, an element of the Department of Homeland Security, is responsible for the security of the nation’s transportation systems, including commercial air travel. Southers made the remarks […]

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Ex-pornographer uses Internet for gospel

Godbeat Media Group has announced the official launch of Godbeat.tv, a family-friendly environment akin to YouTube. Users can upload and share videos and personal stories. They can create profiles and video blogs and share homemade footage of their band and other artists, their church and youth groups, and so forth. But unlike YouTube and similar […]

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Crash course in planning for your eternity

Not many of us will be able to say in our lifetime that we have survived a plane crash, but Andrew Palau, the 43-year-old son of renowned evangelist Luis Palau, can now add plane crash survival to the list of things that God has brought him through. Andrew, his wife Wendy, and their three children […]

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Anne Graham Lotz downplays religion

In the aftermath of 9/11, religions in America took a front-page position, and Anne Graham Lotz felt required to convey the message that the one true God is not interested in religion. “We’ve always known about other religions, but Islam, Judaism and Christianity are three major world religions that are talked about in the News […]

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Year and review 2009: Signs and wonders

Religious Influence in DeclineAccording to a 2009 Gallup survey, two-thirds of Americans think religion is losing its influence on U.S. life. 67 percent of Americans think religious influence is waning, while just 27 percent say it is increasing. That perspective demonstrates a continuing downward trend, Gallup said. But the 27 percent figure is still higher […]

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Incorporating faith in the corporate world

John Beckett discusses how Christian values play an important role in the workplace. “There really is a relationship between sowing and reaping,” said John Beckett, author and chairman of the R.W. Beckett Corporation, to students at The King’s College in New York on Oct. 14, 2009.  His visit was a part of the college’s Distinguished […]

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Reawakening America through past principles

Black Belt Patriotism: How to Reawaken America,the New York Times bestselling book by Chuck Norris, dives into the teachings of the founding fathers of the United States and how their beliefs and principles can help rectify many of the problems going on in society today. The actor, martial arts expert, and conservative activist details an […]

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President Bush discusses faith in TV interview

In a television interview broadcast Dec. 8, President Bush said he doesn’t know if God wanted him to be president, doubts the Bible is literally true, agrees you can believe in God and evolution simultaneously and believes Christians and those of other faiths pray to the same God. In the segment for ABC’s “Nightline,” Bush […]

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Retired attorney pens first Christian novel

Paul Turk practiced law as a board-certified trial lawyer at one of Florida’s most prestigious law firms, yet he’s always harbored a dream of writing a novel on his own personal docket. “I’ve had a passion for writing for a long time,” says the Wellington resident. “I love the creativity and developing characters.” “I wanted […]

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