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Lawsuit Protecting Atheist Nativity Scene in Texas Capitol Proceeds

A federal district judge has denied in part the State of Texas’ motion to shutdown a lawsuit by a non-profit. The organization sued after the governor ordered their non-religious version of a nativity scene taken out of the Texas Capitol.

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Clarence Thomas: Faith, Patriotism, and the Constitution at Hillsdale

Last week, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas delivered the 2016 commencement speech at Hillsdale College — the highly respected liberal arts school famed for its adherence to conservative principles — garnering national attention as he declared, “Much that seemed inconceivable is now firmly or universally established.”


Fake U.S. Bills Featuring Face of Islamic State Boss Found in Galilee

Fake U.S. $100 bills featuring an image of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi have been found scattered around several locations in the Galilee, Israel Police spokesperson Luba Samri said Monday. The fake currency features al-Baghdadi in place of founding father


Mammoth Cargo Ship to Arrive Saturday in Los Angeles

On Saturday, the Benjamin Franklin, one of the world’s largest cargo ships, will anchor at Port of Los Angeles as it continues its maiden global voyage that started December 10 in China.