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Available on Netflix for August 2015

Available on Netflix for August 2015

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Thought for the day: ephemeral Beatles

Thought for the day: ephemeral Beatles

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Now that all the White House tapes are released, please see the real Richard Nixon

Now that all the White House tapes are released, please see the real Richard Nixon

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A Mexican stand-off between Trump and GOP

A Mexican stand-off between Trump and GOP

Trump said he cannot promise to support the eventual Republican presidential nominee. He also opined about the various GOP contenders and their immigration stances.

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GOP and Latinos pile on Donald Trump

GOP and Latinos pile on Donald Trump

Latino leader urges more businesses to dump Trump.

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MTV documentary seeks to answer 'What does White mean to you?'

MTV documentary seeks to answer 'What does White mean to you?'

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Hispanic pop-tart says 'I hate America'

Hispanic pop-tart says 'I hate America'

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California legislature seeks to censure state history

California legislature seeks to censure state history

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Trump: Mexico is no friend of the United States

Trump: Mexico is no friend of the United States

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Netflix and Amazon pass on Hannibal

Netflix and Amazon pass on Hannibal

Producer says he still has hope for another serving.

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Ann Coulter: Republicans are 'corrupt' on immigration issue

Ann Coulter: Republicans are 'corrupt' on immigration issue

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Spero News Daily Brief - June 23, 2015

Spero News Daily Brief - June 23, 2015

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Justin Bieber needs somebody to love: facing copyright infringement case

Justin Bieber needs somebody to love: facing copyright infringement case

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Book review: Chesterton and the Jews

Book review: Chesterton and the Jews

New biography of the famed British writer examines his complex relationship with the Jewish people as a means of avoiding the mistakes of the past to cloud relations between Christians and Jews.

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When is a 500-guest White House party private?

When is a 500-guest White House party private?

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Californians call for nuclear strike on Russia

Californians call for nuclear strike on Russia

Journalist got citizens to sign a petition to President Obama to drop the bomb on Moscow.

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Early evidence of Christianity found in Israel

Early evidence of Christianity found in Israel

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Bill Maher's poor logic about Christians

Bill Maher's poor logic about Christians

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O'Malley takes swipes at Clinton and Bush

O'Malley takes swipes at Clinton and Bush

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An Act of God: a play bashes God but not Islam

An Act of God: a play bashes God but not Islam

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American exceptionalism forever

American exceptionalism forever

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Alinskyian community organizers use churches to pursue radical politics

Alinskyian community organizers use churches to pursue radical politics

A new book "Organizing the Culture of Death" examines the inroads radical and leftist politics have made in religious communities duped by community organizers.

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Why the Ever Lasting Man still lasts

Why the Ever Lasting Man still lasts

The legacy of Gilbert Keith Chesterton.

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Louis C.K. has child rape on his mind

Louis C.K. has child rape on his mind

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Quote of the day: stupidity

Quote of the day: stupidity

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The Simpsons renewed for two more years

The Simpsons renewed for two more years

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Book review: Richard John Neuhaus: A Life in the Public Square

Book review: Richard John Neuhaus: A Life in the Public Square

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Leave Bruce Jenner alone, says tax reformer Grover Norquist

Leave Bruce Jenner alone, says tax reformer Grover Norquist

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Bruce Jenner: transgender, Republican, Christian

Bruce Jenner: transgender, Republican, Christian

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Campus Muslims nix 'American Sniper' movie

Campus Muslims nix 'American Sniper' movie

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Movie Review: 'Little Boy'

Movie Review: 'Little Boy'

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The future of censorship is near

The future of censorship is near

The late Christopher Hitchens warned about increased censorship inspired by political correctness.

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Prominent physicians condemn 'quack' Dr. Oz

Prominent physicians condemn 'quack' Dr. Oz

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Paris re-discovers the sweet smell of breadmaking

Paris re-discovers the sweet smell of breadmaking

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Dukes of Hazzard sheriff dies at 88

Dukes of Hazzard sheriff dies at 88

Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane ends his chase.

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'House of Cards' renewed for fourth season

'House of Cards' renewed for fourth season

Netflix bets on Underwood's re-election.

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New Lincoln Continental excites limousine industry

New Lincoln Continental excites limousine industry

Industry insider told Spero News there is little information about the new car, but said the Continental is 'very attractive'

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Mocking the Pope and Bruce Jenner

Mocking the Pope and Bruce Jenner

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Anti-Jewish article in The New Yorker magazine

Anti-Jewish article in The New Yorker magazine

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The Big Bang Theory is 'God-friendly'

The Big Bang Theory is 'God-friendly'

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Democrat slams Madonna for criticizing Michigan

Democrat slams Madonna for criticizing Michigan

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Book review: My Battle Against Hitler

Book review: My Battle Against Hitler

Dietrich von Hildebrand was a German theologian who resisted Germany's National Socialism.

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Pat Williams and 21 Great Leaders

Pat Williams and 21 Great Leaders

Review of the latest book by motivational speaker and NBA Hall of Famer Pat Williams.

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Jimmy Kimmel supports Austin video store

Jimmy Kimmel supports Austin video store

Creates three commercials with Matt McConaughey.

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Israel: rabbincal authority legalizes Christmas trees

Israel: rabbincal authority legalizes Christmas trees

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Pope Francis and the untying of knots

Pope Francis and the untying of knots

Is Francis indeed the Red Pope? Or is he merely misunderstood? A review of Austen Ivereigh's "The Great Reformer: Pope Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope".

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Thought for the day: dark illumine

Thought for the day: dark illumine

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Broad disagreement with Obama on Islamic terror

Broad disagreement with Obama on Islamic terror

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Outspoken Sheila Jackson Lee refuses to speak about Grammys

Outspoken Sheila Jackson Lee refuses to speak about Grammys

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Where's feminist critique of Fifty Shades of Grey?

Where's feminist critique of Fifty Shades of Grey?

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Fifty Shades of Grey teddy bear advertised on NPR

Fifty Shades of Grey teddy bear advertised on NPR

Express your inner BDSM to your loved one with a dominant bear toy.

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Kitschy Eurovision contest goes political

Kitschy Eurovision contest goes political

Eurovision comes during the observances of the centenary of the Muslim genocide of 1.5 million Christians in Turkey.

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Radio host Don Imus hits below the belt again

Radio host Don Imus hits below the belt again

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The Los Angeles Times practices self-censorship

The Los Angeles Times practices self-censorship

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Book review: Reclaiming Catholic Social Teaching

Book review: Reclaiming Catholic Social Teaching

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Political correctness afflicts media and corporate elites

Political correctness afflicts media and corporate elites

Actor Gary Sinise, Fox News reporter Bret Baier, and brewer Pete Coors, all cancelled appearances at Legatus conference because of pressure from gay/lesbian progressives.

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White House seeks kid videos on Obama themes

White House seeks kid videos on Obama themes

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Michael Moore weighs on American Sniper, again

Michael Moore weighs on American Sniper, again

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Spanish official threatens to seize private property

Spanish official threatens to seize private property

At issue is a structure that has belonged to the Catholic Church since 1236.

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Neither Muslim extremists nor Charlie Hebdo show restraint

Neither Muslim extremists nor Charlie Hebdo show restraint

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Terrorists assault freedom of speech in France

Terrorists assault freedom of speech in France

After issuing cartoons Muslims found offensive, 'Charlie Hebdo' magazine headquarters was the subject of a terrorist attack today in Paris. 12 persons are dead, including the editor.

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France: Terrorists attack magazine headquarters

France: Terrorists attack magazine headquarters

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Deja vu at Rolling Stone: before there was Jackie there was Billy

Deja vu at Rolling Stone: before there was Jackie there was Billy

Rolling Stone magazine retracted elements of Sabrina Rubin Erderly's report about alleged gang-rape on the Univ of Virginia campus. This is not the first time her veracity has been challenged. It's a tale of journalistic hubris and over-reach.

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Best-selling author remains a road warrior for human rights

Best-selling author remains a road warrior for human rights

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The arrogance of Newsweek

The arrogance of Newsweek

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U.S. retaliation for Sony hack should not leave 'fingerprints'

U.S. retaliation for Sony hack should not leave 'fingerprints'

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'Essence of terrorism' says former Homeland Security chief of Sony hack

'Essence of terrorism' says former Homeland Security chief of Sony hack

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Hollywood in a state of fear over 'The Interview'

Hollywood in a state of fear over 'The Interview'

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Sony hack is a 'national security problem' says company attorney

Sony hack is a 'national security problem' says company attorney

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RIP: Robert Wolfe, history's gain and loss

RIP: Robert Wolfe, history's gain and loss

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Best-selling author explains essential role played by IBM in the Holocaust

Best-selling author explains essential role played by IBM in the Holocaust

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Obama denounces Sony for cancelling movie that offends North Korea

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