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Wednesday, September 18th
Reporting For howsetohouse.com : Libby Grace Howse - Lake of the Ozarks - What Capitalism Has Accomplished Click here to watch the 3 minute report:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpADMs_t_so&...
Friday, September 13th
WVW-TV Presents: Hamas in America: The Lie There Was Once A Palestinian Statehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqNTB83RcYU Your tax deductible support at www.wvwfoundation.com helps make free programs...
Wednesday, September 11th
Just Released: Howse to House TV Inside Little House on the Prairie House, (Show #3, Part B). See inside the home of Laura Ingalls Wilder where she wrote 4 of the 8 Little House Books. Howse to House...
Monday, September 9th
Siege Trailer Just Released: The 6 Hour DocuMovie Every American MUST See Before the 2020 Elections Click here to watch now: https://youtu.be/PRDnQ1OBrIs or go to www.siegethemovie.com 
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Friday, July 1st
Author(s): Tamara Scott

Supreme Court Rules Theft LegalBy Lowell Scott  As nations go, America is a cocky adolescent complete with a somewhat damaged sense of vulnerability, a bright future glistening with potential, and clearly much to learn.  The genius of our country's forefathers is evidenced in the political framework they fashioned encouraging our societal growth and maturation.  They understood that men are by nature sinners, and that power corrupts, but they would be horrified to learn that five of the nine justices seated on the highest court of law in the land would legalize the theft of one person's...

Friday, July 1st
Author(s): Steve Holley

Supreme Court Rulings Place Americans on NoticeBy Pastor Steve Holley  It used to be that the month of June was consumed with events that breathed life into the spirit of America.  Children celebrating the close of the school year, the "pomp and circumstance" of high school and college graduations, the splendor and beauty of weekend weddings, and the anticipation of summer vacations were just a few of the activities that brought joy to the month of June.  But the waning days of June 2005 have cast an ominous shadow upon the freedoms that Americans have enjoyed since the founding of the nation...

Thursday, June 30th

Opinion: Why I Walked Out on Billy Graham [Corrected copy; earlier version cut-off last half of the article] To: National DeskContact: Rev. Rob Schenck, 703-447-7686; Dane Rose, 202-546-8329 ext. 106, both of the National Clergy CouncilWASHINGTON, June 30 /Christian Wire Service/ -- The following opinion piece is submitted for publication by National Clergy Council president Rev. Rob Schenck (pronounced SHANK):Why I Walked Out on Billy Grahamby Rev. Rob Schenck I have been a great admirer of Billy Graham fore nearly 30 years. For 25 of those years, Dr. Graham was my role model in many ways as...

Wednesday, June 29th
Author(s): Eric Holmberg

 by Eric Holmberg  "Extraordinary how potent cheap music is."  Noel Coward Imagine a hot summer day as a young family cools off in the shallow end of a community pool.   Suddenly, the father notices a group of people, obviously dirty and intoxicated, jumping in at the other end.  Thanking God for chlorine, he instinctively places himself between them and his two young children.  His disgust turns to alarm, however, when a straggler appears and begins to empty a large drum of what looks and smells like raw sewage into the water.  He stares in disbelief as the rabble splash about in the...

Tuesday, June 28th
Author(s): Sean McDowell

Why do Christian kids leave the faith?Sean McDowellwww.Christianworldviewnetwork.comJune 28, 2005             What is your greatest fear? When I was a kid my greatest fear was sharks.  I always feared that under the murky water of my surfboard a great white would lurch out and have me for lunch.  As I get older, my fears have radically changed, especially since I have learned that about one person per year in the United States is actually killed by a shark, whereas 168 die from a car crash after hitting a deer.  My greatest fear today, which I know you can relate to, is that my own son, as...

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