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Defending Freedom of Press Against Homosexual Activists

Defending Freedom of Press Against Homosexual Activists

The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission ruled in 2014 that Blaine Adamson of Hands On Originals must print messages that conflict with his faith on shirts that customers order from him. ADF attorneys appealed the ruling to the Fayette Circuit Court, which reversed the commission’s decision.

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Kim Davis and Curing the Soul of Man

Kim Davis and Curing the Soul of Man

These black robed priests of the highest order are not elected and generally accountable to no one at all. And in this new religion, whenever the highest of these high priests and priestesses spill ink on pieces of paper and propound whatever is in their benighted minds, we are all told to bow down very low and to recite the mantra, “This is now the law of the land, the Supremes have spoken.”

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The Release of Kim Davis

The Release of Kim Davis

The new/old mantra from the Left/Progressives/DemoLibs (choose your poison) on the contentious issue related to the Supreme Court’s invention of a constitutional “right” to marry someone of the same gender now boils down to this: Obey your Oath of Office. Check your conscience at the door. Bring on the lions. Cuz if you thought government was hostile to people of faith before, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

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Supporters to Welcome Kim Davis Back to Work

Supporters to Welcome Kim Davis Back to Work

As Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis plans to return to work on Monday and crowds gather in anticipation of more fireworks, producers of the faith-based film “Audacity” are asking Christians in Morehead to show Christian love to those gathered, handing out free copies of the film with the motto “love can’t stay silent.”

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Kim Davis and Care for the Soul

Kim Davis and Care for the Soul

Instead of law being based upon the fixed absolute standard of the Creator, the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God–the Bible–instead we have been subjected to the new high priests and priestesses of the religion of Psychology.

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Show Us the Law, or Free Kim Davis

Show Us the Law, or Free Kim Davis

Specifically, the Constitution grants lawmaking power only to Congress and NOT to the Courts, not even the Supreme Court. You see, Article One, Section One – the very first sentence of the Constitution — says this: “All legislative power herein granted is vested in a Congress…” So, if all federal lawmaking power is in Congress, then how much is left over for the Courts? The answer, of course, is zero.

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Lots of Marriage Licenses but No Marriage; Kentucky Clerk Arrested

Lots of Marriage Licenses but No Marriage; Kentucky Clerk Arrested

In a world where subjectivism and liberalism has overcome hard reality, you may wish yourself to be Sinbad the Sailor and while you will never actually become Sinbad. In our foolish world, the public must accept your assertion or be charged with discrimination followed by prosecution.

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Kentucky Strikes Against Religious Freedom

Kentucky Strikes Against Religious Freedom

Pastors across the nation are being told to brace themselves, as Kentucky pastors who are volunteering their time to provide counseling for troubled youth are being forced to operate under a new rule—that they cannot refer to homosexuality as sin in any of the sessions.

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Dining on Kentucky Fried Constitution

Dining on Kentucky Fried Constitution

It may be National Marriage Week, but the federal bench has a funny way of celebrating it. In courtrooms from Kentucky to Nevada, democracy is taking a beating from activist judges anxious to put their stamp on the march toward same-sex “marriage.” Bluegrass voters were the latest ones caught in the undertow, as a surge of amendment challenges sweep through Middle America. This time, it was a Republican appointee doing the honors.

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