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Friday, Aug. 1, 2014

What is the evidence that abortion clinics across America are covering up child sex abuse? On the next JMS, Mark Crutcher, founder and president of Life Dynamics, joins Janet to talk about what his group’s new investigation reveals. Also: What will happen next with illegal immigration? Ira Mehlman, media director for the Federation for American Immigration Reform, weighs in. And what should every new Christian and about-to-be Christian know about following the Lord? Dr. David Dwight joins Janet to talk about his book, “Start Here.” That and more — join us! 1-800-343-9282.

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Articles of Interest

POLLING DATA SHOWS GOP VOTERS THINK REPUBLICANS STANDING TOUGH ON IMMIGRATION MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE

Polling data compiled by Tea Party Patriots and provided exclusively to Breitbart News shows that a majority of Republican voters think Republicans standing strong on immigration is more important than repealing Obamacare, getting to the bottom of the Benghazi or IRS scandals—or anything else for that matter. When asked by TPP’s pollster which issue they think is the important for Republicans in Congress to deal with, 34.6 percent of GOP voters said stopping the flow of illegal immigrants across our southern border. Stopping Obama’s “illegal overreach” with executive power came in a distant second with 24 percent of GOP voters saying that’s the most important, while 23 percent saying repealing Obamacare is the most important and just 7.2 percent say the IRS scandal is the most important issue and 2.8 percent say the Benghazi scandal is most important. A total of 8.4 percent of GOP voters said they don’t know or refused to answer.747

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Benham Bros. Reveal ‘Stronghold’ They Wanted to Destroy, Say ‘Goal Was Never to Get Our Show Back’

Five seconds. Maybe less. That’s how long it took identical twins David and Jason Benham to recover from the kick-in-the-gut feeling they had when HGTV officials told them on May 7 that their new show had been canceled amid complaints about their stance on biblical values. “All of a sudden it was like my back stiffened, and I kind of bobbed my head like a fighter who wipes away the blood (before continuing),” David said. “We knew instantly we were going after the bully.” The “bully,” they say, is the obnoxiously intolerant side of the gay and pro-choice agendas—not a cable network, or any person or people group. “Jesus loves all people, but He does not love all ideas,” Jason said.

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‘Rock star’ pastors lose luster

It’s not easy being a celebrity pastor these days with that pesky Internet around. Consider the struggles of Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle. Faced with mounting accusations circulating online — plagiarismmisusing church funds to prop book sales, silencing anyone in his church with the temerity to question him — Driscoll has urged his followers to stay off the Web. “It’s all shenanigans anyway,” he explainsSteven Furtick, a megachurch pastor in North Carolina, and Dave Ramsey, an evangelical finance guru, have been taking hits, too, as have the wheeler-dealers on the Preachers of L.A. reality show. This, against a backdrop of culture shifts creating strong headwinds against the leader-and-follower model typified by today’s Christian superstars.

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Gay rights groups dispute federal survey’s estimate of population

Gay rights activists are distressed over the results of the first large-scale federal survey measuring sexual orientation in the United States, which last month reported that less than 3 percent of the population identifies as gay, lesbian or bisexual. They contend it is a gross undercount and are particularly upset because they worked for years to get sexual orientation added to the 57-year-old National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), the government’s premier measure of Americans’ health status and behaviors. Now, the activists worry that the results will reduce the urgency of their causes and give fodder to their political foes.

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Videos

Janet Mefferd Interviews Allen West about ISIS in Iraq

Janet talks with former Congressman Allen West about how the United States should handle ISIS in Iraq.

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From the Blog

True Repentance, The Ministry and What (Really) Just Happened

Several days ago, Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church released a letter to his congregation, acknowledging that the church hired a company called ResultSource to enable him to secretly buy his way onto the New York Times bestseller list with his (and his wife’s) plagiarized book, “Real Marriage.” WORLD magazine broke the story of the scandal just a few...

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