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Immigrant children play outside a former Job Corps site that now houses them, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Homestead, Fla. It is not known if the children crossed the border as unaccompanied minors or were separated from family members. Wrenching scenes of migrant children being separated from their parents at …

Ivanka Trump Donates $50K to Texas Church for Migrant Children, Says Pastor

Ivanka Trump donated $50,000 to a Texas church to help children separated from their parents at the border, according to the pastor. The president’s daughter made the donation after the Dallas-area Baptist Church announced it is working to find a solution to the “terrible immigration crisis.”

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Texas School District Changes Graduation Venue after Atheist Group’s Protests

A North Texas school district announced it will move its upcoming high school graduation from its current location at an area megachurch to a secular venue. They say it has nothing to do with religion, only convenience. The pastor of the church says otherwise, calling it a “cowardly decision” and an “attack on religious freedom.”

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Absent Trump, Republican Candidates Ignore Illegal Immigration and Border at Texas Forum

Six Republican presidential candidates lined up to speak at a Faith and Freedom Coalition forum hosted by Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas, on Sunday afternoon. Donald Trump was not one of them. Surprisingly, or perhaps not, the topics of illegal immigration and border security were not discussed by those who were there.

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Huckabee: Obama ‘Thinks Our Greatest Threat is a Sunburn, Not a Beheading’

“The President thinks our greatest threat is a sunburn, not a beheading,” said Mike Huckabee at a presidential forum in Texas on Sunday. The Republican presidential candidate was referencing the administration’s belief that climate change is one of the biggest threats to our nation.

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Jeb Bush: ‘We Defunded Planned Parenthood When I was Governor’

Jeb Bush told those gathered at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas, “I’m totally whole-in on the question of life.” Bush said he has a strong pro-life record as governor of Florida, and it is a basic tenet of his faith that all life is from God.

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Ben Carson to Congress: Exercise Your Authority or Be Run Over

Dr. Ben Carson told a group of more than 7,000 evangelical Christians and political activists that Congress must stand up and exercise its power given to it by the Constitution or face being run over by an out of control executive branch and legislative branch. He challenged congressional leaders to find courage in dealing with the current administration and judicial activism.

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Santorum in Texas: ‘Washington Can Work Again with Someone Who is a Conservative’

Rick Santorum told those who attended a presidential forum in Texas that “Washington can work again with someone who is a conservative. The former senator and congressman from Pennsylvania touted his ability to work with Democrats to get things accomplished. He said that the White House is no place “for on the job training.”

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Fiorina Condemns Obama for ‘Being Silent’ as Christians are ‘Persecuted’

Carly Fiorina told those gathered at a presidential forum at a church in north Texas on Sunday, “We need a leader that will point things out to the American people.” She condemned the present administration for being silent as Christians are being persecuted, and she said she has been able to influence how Planned Parenthood and their activities are viewed.

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Ted Cruz to Fellow Candidates: ‘Where Were You’ When I Fought DC?

Before a packed crowd of more than 7,000 evangelical Christians, Senator Ted Cruz asked his fellow Republican candidates where they were when it came to defunding Planned Parenthood and fighting against the Washington, D.C. cartel. Cruz was responding to a question about this election being about outsiders and fighting Washington.