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Crowdfunding Platform Continues to Accept Sweet Cakes Donations

Crowdfunding Platform Continues to Accept Sweet Cakes Donations

Continue to Give, a crowdfunding platform, has allowed Sweet Cakes by Melissa, AKA Christian bakers, to continue their fundraising efforts after being shut down by crowdfunding giant GoFundMe.

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Call to Action on SDHSAA Transgender policy

Back on April 24th you received an email updating you on the SDHSAA transgender policy debate. In that email I informed you that at their April 21st board meeting in Pierre, the SDHSAA Board decided to put off making a decision until their May 15th meeting. Now is the time to make your voice heard.

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Conservatives Back Tony Perkins, Blast CBS Bias

Conservatives Back Tony Perkins, Blast CBS Bias

More than 40 conservative leaders sent a letter to David Rhodes, president of CBS News. The letter slammed Bob Schieffer for his recent bigoted and biased remarks and put forward conservative support for Family Research Council (FRC) President Tony Perkins.

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Lakota Writer to Share Fighter Pilot Experiences

Lakota Writer to Share Fighter Pilot Experiences

Sponsored by the Black Hills Veterans Writing Group, Lakota writer Ed “Eagle Man” McGaa will talk about his most recent book, the autobiographical Warrior’s Odyssey: Spirit of Crazy Horse, on Saturday, May 9, at Western Dakota Technical Institute in Rapid City, 930-1130 am.

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Hope and Help for Children of Homosexuality

Hope and Help for Children of Homosexuality

As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to hear oral arguments this morning in a landmark case regarding same-sex marriage in America, PFO says parents want a better life than homosexual marriage for their children.

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The United States Supreme Court, the highest court in the United States, in 2010. Top row (left to right): Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer, Associate Justice Samuel A. Alito, and Associate Justice Elena Kagan. Bottom row (left to right): Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy, and Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Photo credit: Steve Petteway

AFA Calling for Prayers for SCOTUS on Marriage

Today, nine Supreme Court justices will embark on the decision process to possibly redefine marriage in America, as SCOTUS hears oral arguments in the landmark case that will consider same-sex marriage for the nation. For this strikingly significant moment in the country’s history, American Family Association (AFA, www.afa.net) is urging Christians across the country to make an “I Will Pray” commitment.

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Refining Marriage Violates Children’s Civil Rights

Refining Marriage Violates Children’s Civil Rights

The Ruth Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to healing the American family from the structural injustices of the sexual revolution, in collaboration with Sharee Langenstein, Attorney at Law in the state of Illinois, submitted an Amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court on the upcoming marriage cases.

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Numerous Briefs Defend Marriage Against Judicial Tyranny

Numerous Briefs Defend Marriage Against Judicial Tyranny

The briefs show the sweeping support for marriage, the breadth of concern about the possible wide-ranging effects of striking down voter-approved marriage laws, and the problems with judicially imposing an end to the ongoing public debate on marriage.

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IRS Sued over Covert Deal With Atheists Against Churches

IRS Sued over Covert Deal With Atheists Against Churches

Alliance Defending Freedom filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against the Internal Revenue Service for failing to produce records on its secret deal with an activist group to investigate churches. Federal law requires the tax agency to produce the records that ADF requested under the Freedom of Information Act in July 2014, but the IRS missed its legally required deadline months ago and has continued to stonewall the request.

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Silence the Day of Silence in South Dakota

Silence the Day of Silence in South Dakota

The Day of Silence, organized and promoted by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), takes place this year on Friday, April 17. The Day of Silence is the king of all the numerous homosexuality-affirming activities that take place in public schools. Silence the Day of Silence by participating in The ‘Day of Silence’ Walk Out.

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