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Chick-fil-A implementing biblical restrictions for female employees, customers


Buoyed by the outpouring of support from conservatives around the country, Chick-fil-A executives are preparing to bring more religion into their restaurants, in part by keeping menstruating women out.

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GOP expects to lose majority post-rapture; Jesus says “not so fast”


Washington, DC – Many Christian conservatives are in a quandary this week, their attention divided between beltway politics, top candidates dropping out of the presidential race, and a potential rapture on Sunday.

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SC Baptists weigh in on Haley flap

Anderson — Baptist leaders convened in prayer today to ask God to forgive South Carolina’s politicians for any marital “transgressions” they all may have committed.

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Posted in Politics, Religion

Sinkhole opens up, swallows SC GOP headquarters

Columbia – All was quiet this evening on Marion Street when the ground suddenly gave way and took the South Carolina Republican Party headquarters with it.

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Rekers: “I was doing research as a gay”

Columbia – Dr. George Rekers returned home to South Carolina this morning amid a flurry of questions surrounding reports that he was traveling Europe with a male prostitute. Rekers, a professor at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, has been an outspoken opponent of homosexuality for years.

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Posted in Education, Features, Religion

DeMint returns salary, plans opt-out of Social Security

Washington – Senator Jim DeMint announced today that he is returning his Congressional salary, declining all associated benefits, and taking steps to remove himself from other government-backed programs such as Social Security.

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Pat Robertson and Andre Bauer to Represent USA in Winter Olympics

Colorado Springs, CO – The United States synchronized insanity spouting team just got a whole lot stronger today, as Pat Robertson and Andre Bauer declared they would be forming a team to compete in the upcoming Vancouver games.

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Pat Robertson urges disaster relief for Conan staff and writers

Tega Cay – In a massive outpouring of compassion, followers of Reverend Pat Robertson are collecting clothing, blankets, bottled water and money to send to the soon-to-be-unemployed staff of the Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien.

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Posted in Life, Religion
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