National

A Response to Ferguson

When will the rioting in Ferguson, MO. stop? There has been much mayhem — including the police using tear gas — and much looting in the St. Louis suburb. The media covers this story heavily. Some estimate there may be as many media members as there are protesters. All of this follows the shooting death […]

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National News Briefs

168 Rescued from Child Sex Trafficking The FBI; its law enforcement partners; and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) recovered 168 children who were being victimized through prostitution and arrested 281 pimps on state and federal charges last month. This was accomplished during Operation Cross Country VIII, a week-long enforcement action to […]

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Banning The Bible From Schools

In our own backyard, at Park Lakes Elementary in Broward County, has arisen a disturbing story of a twelve year old boy (Giovanni Rubeo) getting in trouble with his teacher for having the audacity of reading the Bible to himself during free time when the children were free to read whatever they wanted. But his […]

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Honor Flight of South Florida

Honor Flight South Florida celebrated 45 World War II veterans on Saturday, May 31 with a trip to Washington, D.C. to view the war memorials built to recognize them and culminated the trip with a ceremonial homecoming salute to the men who served America so well. A relatively new hub in Honor Flight’s 138 hubs […]

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Got Question About the Affordable Care Act?

We are now in 2014 and under the guidelines of the new Affordable Care Act. However, many Americans still don’t fully understand the provisions of this new law and how it will affect them and their households. Below are a few common questions and answers regarding the Act. Do I qualify for a subsidy under the […]

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Make Your Dollars Count: 2nd Vote

You may not be aware of it, but you vote every day. With each dollar, you decide one product, one company, one store, and, now—in the age of extreme partisanship—one belief over another. Whether it’s a monetary donation to a cause the company believes in or a biased selection in the employees they hire, companies […]

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15 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts

With the pace of modern life, it can feel like we don’t have time to pick up a newspaper or read a magazine anymore, but at 140 characters per post, anyone can fit a few tweets into their day. There are people dispensing knowledge, news and humor as freely as you can imagine on Twitter, […]

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Nadia Bolz-Weber: A “Lousy Candidate”

“Simul Iustus et Peccator.” This Latin phrase, first coined by Martin Luther, refers to the belief that followers of Jesus Christ are both sinners and saints at the same time. R.C. Sproul breaks it down this way: “A Christian is simul (at the same time) iustus (just or righteous) and peccator (a sinner).” The Apostle […]

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Remembering Sandy Hook

On Friday, December 13, 2013, the City of Sunrise held its second annual remembrance for the victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting where 26 children and adults were killed in their elementary school. December 14 marked the one-year anniversary of this tragedy. Mayor Michael Ryan encouraged residents to unite and build bonds of fellowship […]

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