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Christian Colleges Resist Obama Abortion Pill Mandate

Christian Colleges Resist Obama Abortion Pill Mandate

Several religious non-profit organizations filed an opening brief Monday with the U.S. Supreme Court in consolidated lawsuits against the Obama administration’s abortion-pill mandate and its religious non-profit options, all of which force the groups to violate their faith.

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Religious Freedom: The Greatest Gift of Christmas

Religious Freedom: The Greatest Gift of Christmas

Last Tuesday, Kentucky’s new governor, Matt Bevin, issued an executive order that eliminates the names of all county clerks from marriage licenses and protects the unalienable constitutional rights and religious freedoms of Kim Davis and all other clerks in Kentucky.

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No Room for Christ in Bethlehem

No Room for Christ in Bethlehem

Alliance Defending Freedom sent a letter Thursday to the town of Bethlehem after it removed a “Merry Christmas” sign from town property based on unfounded fears that it violates the U.S. Constitution. The letter explains that allowing the sign does not violate the Constitution or any other law.

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Embarkation of the Pilgrims, painting which hangs in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda

Who Were the Pilgrims?

As most Americans celebrate Thanksgiving today, stop a moment to consider who the Pilgrims were-that group of people we typically look back to as the originators of today’s Thanksgiving celebration.

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Christians Win. Liberals Lose.

Christians Win. Liberals Lose.

it’s not just liberal Democrats who lost big last Tuesday. The “centrist” Republican establishment crashed and burned as well, lending credence to the growing narrative that a thoroughly exasperated America has entered the age of the political outsider.

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Liberalism: Tolerance for Me, Not for Thee

Liberalism: Tolerance for Me, Not for Thee

The war by big government against people who don’t conform to their ever-evolving worldview continues. Take two cases in two different blue states: the Oregon bakers and the Minnesota truckers. Both objected to performing a service on the basis of religious conscience, but who was right in the eyes of the law?

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Praying High School Football Coach Booted, But I Ain’t Heard No Fat Lady Sing

Praying High School Football Coach Booted, But I Ain’t Heard No Fat Lady Sing

Assistant high school football coach Joe Kennedy has been placed on paid administrative leave by the Bremerton School District for committing the heinous crime of praying on the field after games.

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Christian Printer Ordered to ‘Diversity’ Training

Christian Printer Ordered to ‘Diversity’ Training

Today, law firms and scholars came to the defense of Blaine Adamson, the owner of a small printing company, who has been ordered by the government to print shirts promoting a gay pride festival and to attend government-mandated “diversity training.”

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The De-Christianization of Bakers and Coaches in America

The De-Christianization of Bakers and Coaches in America

The new judicial standard seems to be that if you don’t believe the way I believe, then I can sue you for discriminating against me. Of course that only works one way, that is it is always the non-Christians successfully suing the Christians. Whatever happened to the diversity and tolerance they supposedly support?

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Freedom of Conscience Under Fire

Freedom of Conscience Under Fire

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision that imposes same sex marriage on the states, the freedom to dissent against the federal interpretation of marriage is now in jeopardy.

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