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Ben Carson is among seven presidential hopefuls at the Western Conservative Summit in Colorado.

Iowa caucus odds: 1 of these 4 will win

Turns out there is a silver lining to five justices on the U.S. Supreme Court committing what amounts to cultural self-immolation last week -- it winnowed the crowded field of 2016 GOP presidential candidates considerably.

In this April 28, 2015, file photo, demonstrators stand in front of a rainbow flag of the Supreme Court in Washington, as the court was set to hear historic arguments in cases that could make same-sex marriage the law of the land. Gay and lesbian couples could face legal chaos if the Supreme Court rules against same-sex marriage in the next few weeks. Same-sex weddings could come to a halt in many states, depending on a confusing mix of lower-court decisions and the sometimes-contradictory views of state and local officials. Among the 36 states in which same-sex couples can now marry are 20 in which federal judges invoked the Constitution to strike down marriage bans. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)

Same-sex court decision destroys the democratic process

The Supreme Court's same-sex marriage decision destroys the democratic process. Instead of acting only with clear Constitutional authority, the justices give themselves power over the people by claiming their decision 'interprets' the Constitution rather than making new law.

Colonial Williamsburg is the largest living history museum in the world and gives families a chance to learn what life would have been like for them in the 18th century. Actors walk around in character; sewing, emptying pails of water, interacting with tavern owners, and gardening on the plantations. Families can take horse and carriages rides, tour the historic courthouses, blacksmith shops, infirmaries, trade shops and taverns. (Photo by Adrienne Jordan)

Celebrate July 4th in Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg is the largest living history museum in the world and gives families a chance to learn what life would have been like for them in the 18th century.

Footprints on the ceiling: reflections on Charleston, a pastor's ties Rachel Dolezal

I got to know Rachel Dolezal beyond simple acquaintance. She and I were white members of the Black Student Association of our college. She and I were part of a push to get an African American history class taught for the first time at our school. We both attended a church whose mission, in part, was to be a community devoted to racial reconciliation. Rachel was relentless in her pursuit of understanding and conveying the hardship and beauty of the black experience. I recall the time she told me about driving north of Jackson toward the delta until she saw a cotton field. She pulled over, climbed through the barbed wire and picked cotton for hours. She wanted to know the struggle.

Only 311 new Lotus 3-Elevens wlll be made in 2016 (Lotus Media Site).

Only 311 new Lotus 3-Elevens will be made in 2016

For the car buyer who wants to add not just a little pizzazz, but just about the biggest bang to be made, the all new Lotus 3-Eleven might be the ticket. A few facts from the folks at Lotus include that production will be limited to just 311 vehicles and this vehicle will have the quickest production of any Lotus road car ever.

Scott Spychala waves a rainbow flag outside the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis, Friday, June 26, 2015 after the U.S. Supreme Court declared that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the US. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)

The next fight for gay rights?: The 'guise of religion'

How long would it take before same-sex marriage proponents moved on from Obergefell v. Hodges and declared battle against sexual-orientation based discrimination in housing and employment? And, how quickly would they draw religious institutions into their cross hairs?

Here we Stand: An Evangelical Declaration on Marriage

90 Evangelical leaders respond to SCOTUS ruling on same-sex marriage.

90 Evangelical leaders responded to SCOTUS ruling on same-sex marriage by issuing a statement titled, "Here We Stand." As evangelical Christians, we dissent from the court's ruling that redefines marriage. The state did not create the family, and should not try to recreate the family in its own image. We will not capitulate on marriage because biblical authority requires that we cannot.