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4 Dangers of Leaders Who Like Being Liked

Typically genuine and kind and reasonable people like being liked. They don’t wake up in the morning wondering if they can cause a new person to hate them today. But needing to be liked is different. When someone needs approval from others, the person is willing to sacrifice conviction and

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Philando Castile’s Family Reaches Nearly $3 Million Settlement With Minnesota City That Employed Officer Who Fatally Shot Him

The family of Philando Castile, the Minnesota man fatally shot by a police officer during a July 2016 traffic stop, reached a settlement of nearly $3 million with the city that employed the officer at the time, both sides announced Monday. (more…)

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Experts says Convicting Cop Who Killed Texas Teen Will Be Tough

Authorities who've charged a white suburban Dallas police officer with murder in a black teenager's death face a tough task in getting a conviction as few of these cases go to trial and, when they do, juries remain reluctant to second guess an officer's decision to use deadly force, legal

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Jury Acquits Aaron Hernandez in 2012 Double Murder

Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez, who is already serving a life sentence for a 2013 murder, was acquitted Friday in a 2012 double slaying prosecutors said was fueled by his anger over a spilled drink. (more…)

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President Obama’s Legacy Will End Up Being a Failed Presidency Similar to Jimmy Carter’s With His Only Accomplishment Being That He Pushed Homosexuality and Homosexual Marriage (As They Say, Lincoln Delivered the Slaves, Obama Delivered the Homosexuals); However, Michelle Obama’s Legacy Will Shine for Years to Come

As the general election draws near, many pundits debate the legacy of Barack Obama. His landmark achievements include Obamacare, abolishing DOMA, and the obvious - becoming the first black president of the United States. Seldom discussed, however, is the illustrious legacy First Lady Michelle Obama has established. (more…)

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Shane Idleman to Pastors: Stop Trying to Be Popular and Politically Correct By Trying to Change Truth — Truth Changes You

A few years back, I listened in astonishment as some prominent emerging leaders talked about replacing "preaching" with "having a conversation." (more…)

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Kentucky Clerk Sued for Refusing to Issue Homosexual — or Heterosexual — Marriage Licenses

Four Kentucky couples are suing a clerk who is refusing to issue gay-marriage licenses — or any marriage licenses at all — following the U.S. Supreme Court decision that same-sex couples have a legal right to marry. (more…)

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