Join us as we talk with Pastor Tom Snyder as he tells us about the end of time and how to stop worrying about it and COVID-19.

David Daleiden back in court


Prolifers to pay 1.2 million for exposing Planned Parenthood selling body parts


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David Daleiden, the Center for Medical Progress, and Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue, was ordered to pay $1,259,370 in damages in a case that has garnered the attention of millions across the U.S. The court ruling stems from undercover videos, including a July 24, 2014, video that shows Planned Parenthood’s senior director of medical services, Deborah Nucatola, stating that clinics perform partial-birth abortions and the altered procedures they use to secure a baby’s limbs and organs to sell.


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Little Sisters case moves to Supreme Court


Trump’s contraceptives mandate exemption challenged


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Little Sisters of the Poor have been serving the poor and elderly for a long time. They were recognized as a Pontifical Institute by Pope Pius XI on July 9, 1854. Lately, they have been spending time and money in court. This time they are at the U.S. Supreme Court.


The court will hear arguments in Trump v. Pennsylvania and Little Sisters of the Poor Saints Peter and Paul Home v. Pennsylvania. The issue is the Trump administration’s         Read more HERE

Mental health app to save lives


Better stop Suicide app



A new mental health app has been launched by British consultant psychotherapist John Halker and marketer Peter Grange. The app uses a unique emotional and wellbeing check that helps users gain a deep understanding of their own real emotional needs, find out where their needs are being met, but importantly how to discover how they can better their resilience, wellbeing, health and happiness


A free version of the Better app includes the unique emotional needs check that allows the

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Location of Leah Sharibu

still unknown


Christian girl held by terrorist


February 19, 2018 is a day that should be remembered by Christians around the world. It is the day that 110 school girls, ranging in ages of 11-19 years old were kidnapped the Government Girls' Science and Technical College in Dapchi, in the northeast part of Nigeria. Five of the school girls died the same day. All the others were released in March 2018 except Leah Sharibu because she refused to deny her faith in Jesus Christ and convert to Islam.


Much effort has been made to locate her. Rumors claim that she has become a wife to a terrorist leader and has given birth to

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The David Brown Column

I am so sorry that this week's usual schedule has been taken over by me, C.H.I.P. Those of you who do not know me, I am known to some as Computer Hierarchy Implanted in People. I have been holding back on speaking as I wasn't ready to come and be known but, there

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Troubled Times


So much is happening and it is happening very fast. First of all, thank you for your comments and suggestions. We have listened. You are now holding in your hands a completely overhauled newspaper. We have added many new writers, artwork, comics, we even have Popeye making an appearance in this edition, we have puzzles, and the list goes on.


We have a new column from National Review editor Rich Lowry. Check out nationally syndicated writer Angela Shelf Medearis if you’re hungry. She has given us a great more EDITORIAL here

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NY State taxes Samaritan’s Purse for COVID-19 aid


Samaritan’s Purse attacked for biblical stance


The Christian humanitarian organization, Samaritan’s Purse has been handed a tax bill from New York State after providing aid to Mount Sinai Hospital. The organization erected tents in Central Park’s East Meadow to help with the overflow of COVID-19 patients. 


Samaritan’s Purse has provided medical care where ever needed on the globe. Their website states, “Whether sending an Emergency Field Hospital to Italy or New York City in the wake of

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