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Will Indiana Be Broken by Law?

Will Indiana Be Broken by Law?

When America, Indiana, or any people, groups, or nations decide to throw off their acknowledgement of God and His authority, whether they realize it or not they are abandoning their only hope for peace and security. To break the moral laws will have the same result as breaking the physical laws. The transgressors can fully expect to find themselves…well, broken.

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Indiana Republicans Reward Homosexual Activists, Target Christians

Indiana Republicans Reward Homosexual Activists, Target Christians

“Republicans” in Indiana have managed to do what today’s “Republicans” are so good at: snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. They took a done-deal law that protected religious freedom in their state from hate-filled homosexual activists…and not only are they on the verge of annihilating that good act, but are poised to stick it to the same Christians they originally set out to protect.

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Cake Shop owner jack Phillips

An Example of Why Religious Freedom Must Be Protected

The Colorado Civil Rights Commission ruled in May 2014 that Jack Phillips and his staff at Masterpiece Cakeshop must create cakes for same-sex celebrations and comply with Colorado’s Anti-Discrimination Act. That ruling has gained national attention as the very kind of legal attack on freedom of conscience that many state religious freedom laws, such as Indiana’s, are designed to help prevent.

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Indiana State Capitol (Photo credit: Daniel Schwen)

What’s Really Happening in Indiana…and America

The Left has become predictably unglued because the government of Indiana has had the audacity to actually and specifically protect every Indianan, regardless of whether they own a business or not, from attacks on their religious freedom by governments and from Leftist activists who seek to force them to do their will.

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Left’s Mass Hysteria and Lies about Indiana’s RFRA

Left’s Mass Hysteria and Lies about Indiana’s RFRA

If all you had to go on was the reaction of God-hating sodomite activists and their fellow travelers, you might think nothing like Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) has ever happened before in our entire history. Of course, you would be wrong. We’ve had a federal RFRA in place since President Clinton signed it into law back in ’93, with the backing of an almost unanimous Congress, and half the states have identical laws on their books, as well. So, why is the radical Left throwing this massive hissy fit over the law in Indiana?

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Indiana: War on Christian Values Out in the Open

Indiana: War on Christian Values Out in the Open

Indiana is now the crossroads of the war against morality, freedom and Christian values in the public square. As Indiana passes a bill to protect religious freedom in the face of multiple attacks on it across our nation-like the U.S. Congress and a Democrat President did some 20 years ago, and many states have done since then-homosexual activists are coming out of the woodwork to demonize religious liberty.

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School voucher ruling supports religious freedom

School voucher ruling supports religious freedom

As the nation has focused on the Supreme Court hearings on the constitutionality of same sex marriage, news from the state of Indiana could prove far more important regarding the nations future. The Indiana Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled unanimously, 5-0, that the states school voucher program — signed into law in 2011 and the most expansive school voucher program in the nation — does not violate the states constitution.

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Nancy Pelosi: "We have to pass the bill so you can find out what is in it."

ObamaCare Ignores Religious Freedom

The over two thousand pages of the Obamacare law have many, many faults. Today, I will speak of only two problems with the Obamacare law and one problem about every Senator, Congressman, or other politician who supported Obamacare. The Obamacare law ignores our constitutional right to freedom of religion. Under our constitution, the Congress and the federal government have no right to make any law or rule which violates our constitutional right to freedom of religion. Read more ›

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Firebombing Marriage and the Rule of Law

The way counterfeit marriage has been forced on the people of the United States by rogue courts constitutes a direct and devastating assault on the rule of law in our once-great nation. It behooves us to stop for a moment and examine closely how the courts forcing counterfeit marriage on the American people strikes at the stability of everything we enjoy in the United States.

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You ‘Must be Made’ to Obey

You ‘Must be Made’ to Obey

We’re fast moving from a soft tyranny to hard tyranny, and “progressive” leaders are emboldened to the degree that they will openly call for it. The time of which many of us have long warned is no longer on the horizon. The left’s full-on assault against freedom, most especially religious freedom, is at hand. Oddly, or maybe not so oddly, it’s at once the secular left and orthodox Muslims who lead the charge. These strange bedfellows share a common enemy.

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