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Principal to Teacher: You Can’t Be In Church If Your Students Are There

A school principal in the Midwest ordered a teacher not to attend church because two students from the school also attended the local congregation. The non-profit Liberty Counsel, which represents the teacher, is withholding the [...]

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DC Comics Turns Jesus Into a New Superhero – But There’s a Big Problem

DC Comics has a new superhero and His name is Jesus. DC Vertigo will star Christ Himself in an upcoming comic series called Second Coming, which features Jesus returning to earth on a mission to [...]

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The 7 Most Significant Religious Freedom Victories of 2018

Religious freedom is a right, given by God and guaranteed by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, that allows individual people or groups to practice a religion—or to practice no religion at all—both in [...]

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A War Memorial Is Shaped Like A Cross. Is That A Problem?

To honor the memory of 49 men from Prince George’s County, Md., killed during World War I, a 40-foot memorial cross made of concrete and pink granite has stood for nearly 100 years at an [...]

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74% Say Christmas Should Be Celebrated in Public Schools

Most Americans continue to believe Christmas should be celebrated in public schools, and that there’s a place for religious symbols on public land. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 74% [...]

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Jesus Vs. Santa, And The Winner Is…

Most Americans still believe Jesus is the reason for the season and prefer commercial Christmas greetings over generic holiday ones. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that two-out-of three American Adults [...]

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Colorado School Requires that Christians Allow Atheists to Lead Bible Studies

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is being sued after demanding that a Christian organization permit “atheists or other non-Christians to lead their Bible studies” in order to be recognized on campus. While the school [...]

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‘In God We Trust’ Returning to Public Schools, Buildings in More States

Florida is one of a handful of states that passed laws in 2018 requiring or permitting schools and other public buildings to prominently post the words "In God We Trust." Arizona also granted their schools [...]

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Teacher banned after student’s Pledge of Allegiance bullying complaint

A long-time substitute teacher is told not to come back to Parkway South High School after he thanked students for standing for the Pledge of Allegiance. That act was considered “bullying” a district spokeswoman said. [...]

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80 Democrats in Congress Voted Against Infanticide in 2003, Now Almost Every Democrat Supports It

March 15th, 2019|Comments Off on 80 Democrats in Congress Voted Against Infanticide in 2003, Now Almost Every Democrat Supports It

On Monday, the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act failed to pass the U.S. Senate. This bill, which would have mandated medical care for infants who survive abortions, received only 53 votes — seven votes short [...]

An Historic Debate

March 15th, 2019|0 Comments

From the time before the American War for Independence, black Americans served as elected officials in local politics. Following the Civil War, hundreds more were elected to state and federal office. For example, at the [...]

New Poll Shows Americans Much More Pro-Life After Democrats Push Infanticide, Abortions Up to Birth

March 5th, 2019|Comments Off on New Poll Shows Americans Much More Pro-Life After Democrats Push Infanticide, Abortions Up to Birth

A new poll shows a massive shift towards the pro-life direction after Democrats promoted both infanticide and abortions up to birth. The new polling data from Marist University shows one of the biggest pro-life shifts [...]