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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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DeMint issues new demands in Senate standoff

Washington – South Carolina’s Senator Jim DeMint, who made headlines this week by threatening to shut down the Senate, ratcheted up his demands today with a controversial list of new requirements of his fellow senators.

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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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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

Mainstream Media discovers “South” Carolina, pronounces it “Surprisingly Normal”

Columbia – The Associated Press is reporting that South Carolina is, well, pretty much like every other state in the country. Details are still emerging, but it appears that South Carolina is coping with the lingering effects of the Great Recession in much the same way that people in Idaho, Delaware, and Kansas do.

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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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