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As American growers work with their allies in the federal government to limit imported fruits and vegetables, American consumers face a hit to their pocketbooks in the form of higher prices at the grocery store.

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From Christmas toys to clothing and auto parts, shortages of imported products are forcing factories to idle, store shelves to sit empty and consumers to panic. What else is in short supply?

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Have you ever heard someone pray and thought, “They’re talking to the room, not to God”? The prayer sounds like a Sunday-morning announcement in the guise of worship, using pointed language to state how the petitioner desires people act and behave: “Gracious heavenly father, thank you for th…

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Thank you for sharing this article with me and for the opportunity to reply. Please rest assured knowing that your concerns regarding the cleanliness of our city is, and has always been, of great concern to me and everyone on council. I will be more than happy to do a ride around with you, j…

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“From this day forward, a new vision will govern our land. From this day forward, it’s going to be only America first. America first. Every decision on trade, on taxes, on immigration, on foreign affairs, will be made to benefit American workers and American families,” former President Donal…

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It is beyond my belief as a voter, homeowner, and concerned citizen in Homestead that I have not received any call backs from my letters of concern in reference to the complaints I have made to members of our city council.

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Small businesses are a staple of the South Florida economy, with 82,000-plus in the area creating more than half of the jobs among the county’s workforce. Despite that, one of every five fails in their inaugural year, and half fail by their fifth year. Having started my own small business in…

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At one point, polls showed the odds of recalling California Gov. Gavin Newsom looked 50-50. It was at that point that the scared, embattled governor sent out a mayday call to Hollywood and to Democratic outsiders, including former President Barack Obama.

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The Chinese Communist Party made strategic investments in key industries and companies over the last 20 years. Until recently, few in the West seemed to notice or care. Among those who were paying attention, many actually praised Beijing’s focus on tomorrow’s technologies.

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In the first part of this article series, we explored some of the implications of being "in Christ," and what that can mean for our understanding of the Christian life. Being in Christ can refer to an immersion in the reality of redemption provided by Jesus. It could be described as a kind o…

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As Humans, we have a tendency to compartmentalize and stereotype, grouping things by labels in order to better or more easily understand them. This is a useful trait: We can have snap-decision knowledge that red berries or brightly-colored frogs are deadly, helping us to survive the wilderne…

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“To reason with governments, as they have existed for ages, is to argue with brutes. It is only from the nations themselves that reforms can be expected.” – Thomas Paine, Rights of Man

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"Everyday low prices" are coming to health care. Walmart recently launched its own analog insulin, a synthetic form of the hormone that's genetically modified to be released rapidly or slowly, depending on a person's needs. It will be manufactured by pharmaceutical giant Novo Nordisk -- but …

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"Ya know, reality has a way of intruding. Reality eventually intrudes on everything." – Joe Biden

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As Homestead Mennonite Church continues to prayerfully seek God's will in filling the role of pastor in our congregation, we also continue to be blessed to have diverse members of the Body of Christ deliver messages of wisdom, hope, and love to our participants. In our most recent remote cor…

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We've ALL seen them on every stop sign and many busy intersections around town, the WE BUY JUNK CARS signs that pop up like fleas on a stray dog. Guess what? You can rip them down.

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To me, that sounds like such a picturesque line. I’m a writer, I’ve got a hundred stories floating through my head at any given moment, and when I heard one of my characters say this, it brought a smile to my face.

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The data would suggest that there is no replacement for in-person learning…and in my 30 years of experience as an elementary through college instructor, and school administrator with a PhD dissertation in “Meaningful Educational Homework for Higher Grade Point Average,” I can attest to and s…

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo is now reaping what he sowed. He and his Democratic colleagues created a high standard -- a litmus test that can only be passed through a person being totally infallible. People make mistakes and do bad things, but that doesn't make them evil -- and certainly not even bad. …

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If there was any doubt that President Joe Biden wants to ban the vast majority of guns in the United States, he again clarified his position last week. “The idea you need a weapon that can have the ability to fire 20, 30, 40, 50, 120 shots from that weapon – whether it’s a – whether it’s a 9…

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The Keystone Pipeline System was supposed to create 11,000 American jobs in 2021, but President Joe Biden revoked the permit for the project. Now the company in charge is suing the U.S. government for $15 billion.

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COVID-19 cases in the US leapt 47.5% last week from the previous week. Shots in arms, not shutdowns, are the answer. Among the big risks to Americans right now are unvaccinated healthcare workers and unvaccinated, undocumented migrants fanning out across the U.S. But President Joe Biden is p…

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It’s the end of spring, early summer, and though an air-conditioned house staves off the Florida heat, I still find myself sweating. My brother and my annual academic evaluations have begun. To fail this evaluation would mean that my parents had wasted their time homeschooling me. Also, it w…

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Larry Elder doesn't toe the party line for which he is maligned by some. Elder thinks independently, all by himself, for which he is respected by many, including myself.

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Congressional Democrats and their media allies are using the Supreme Court ruling upholding Arizona's anti-fraud voting laws as a pretext to ram through a federal takeover of elections. The Democrats' legislation, the For the People Act, makes widespread election stealing possible to lock in…

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On a beautiful Sunday morning, I was out of town for a business meeting in the city of Santa Barbara, California, an affluent area where the rich and

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The crisis of illegal immigration – to give this calamity its true name – is growing increasingly grave. The reason is no mystery. The Biden administration replaced policies that staunched the illegal flow of migrants with policies that actually encourage it.

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After a year of violence and unrest, large American cities serve as a cautionary tale for the progressives in Washington who want to move the country further to the left. The Democrats’ airtight lock on the urban vote has allowed political leaders to pursue ideological agendas without fear o…

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Vacation Bible School, VBS for short. Growing up, my brother and I were the type of people who could be tapped for anything. Move a television, or dig a trough, or volunteer at a VBS. Or, volunteer at three during the same summer. Three churches, three back-to-back weeks, three renditions of…

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By any standard, the London meeting of finance ministers of the Group of Seven leading Western economies a week before the G7 leaders’ summit was historic. By committing to transformative structural change to meet net-zero greenhouse gas targets and other environmental objectives, G7 finance…

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We live in a day that culture is king. Culture is a very powerful thing. It can powerfully impact feelings, and feelings are hard to argue with. However, it is dangerous to think that just because something is part of a culture that it is good or right.

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The existence of suffering in our world is demonstrably irrefutable. Poverty, hunger, violence, abuse, oppression, disease, and natural disasters are all unfortunate but factual aspects of our reality of which we are reminded daily in news headlines. While there are those who attribute these…

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Owning a building requires dedication. Locks jam, roofs leak, lights burn out, air conditioners break, with chairs to polish, floors to mop, fire extinguishers to get inspected; the cycle of maintenance never stops.

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There has been a lot of discussion surrounding the topic of human rights, life, and abortion recently. Between the fact that these are hot issues among voters in our country, to the fact that the Supreme Court recently decided to consider a Mississippi case limiting abortion, which may give …