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Allen headlines National Day of Prayer breakfast



The National Day of Prayer breakfast brought together a cross-section of the community Thursday, May 4 at First Baptist Church of Augusta.

U.S. Rep. Rick Allen traced the country’s origins to a religion of the persecuted that became the dominant faith under Roman Emperor Constantine. “What he re...

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  1. Did anyone get a chance to inquire of Mr. Allen about King Joe’s new tax on the common folk? (The mortgage fees one must pay for the crime of having a high credit score.) i know he’s only a Congressman but I doubt our Senators will want to fight the King on this.

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