Federal judge says Mississippi church can hold drive-in services

Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch explains the lawsuit against China. A federal judge in Mississippi ruled Friday that the First Pentecostal Church of Holly Springs can stay open for drive-in services after police issued the pastor a citation for holding Easter services amid the coronavirus outbreak. U.S. District Judge Michael P. Mills issued the order after>>>

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Philly DA Wrote Letter to Judge Trying To Get Criminal Alien Released from ICE

Readers by now have to be familiar with the fight over “sanctuary” jurisdictions. These are cities, counties or even states that declare they will not cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement when it comes to deporting illegal aliens who have committed crimes. They will refuse to honor requests from>>>

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Do Not Judge Life by a Single Bad Season

Do Not Judge Life by a Single Bad Season Imagine driving on a long and empty road. You have everything under control. Your car rockets away at a sharp speed. You feel as if nothing can ever go wrong here. Suddenly, your tire bumps into the protruded edge of a speed-breaker>>>

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Moral Lessons the Cartoon Tom and Jerry Teach Us

Moral Lessons the Cartoon Tom and Jerry Teach Us Tom and Jerry, the fights, the chases, and the friendship neither one was willing to admit. Our two favorite childhood characters amused us in each and every episode, made us laugh, and carved a special spot for themselves in our childhood>>>

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