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June 13, 2019
Repeated, 'ridiculous' challenges to IGWT continue to fall flat

In God We Trust (on U.S. currency)

(OneNewsNow) The U.S. Supreme Court says it won't take up the latest legal dispute over the phrase "In God We Trust" being on America's currency – and that's "great news," says a constitutional attorney.  (Read More)

June 13, 2019
Illinois’ Grotesque “Reproductive Health Act”

(Breakpoint) I’ve mentioned a few times that the possibility that Roe v. Wade might be in play, overturned, or at least rolled back, has prompted a significant uptick in state action on abortion. Some states are moving to limit abortion, hoping to be the source of the case that will be considered by the Supreme Court. Other states are racing to ensure that unrestricted abortion remains available within their borders.  (Read More)

June 13, 2019
Pinterest Fires Whistleblower Who Exposed It Censoring Pro-Life Group’s Content

(LifeNews) Eric Cochran worked as a software engineer at Pinterest before he was fired for exposing its bias against pro-lifers, The Daily Caller reports.

Cochran, who is pro-life, said he was fired after the company realized that he was the whistleblower who spoke with Project Veritas.  (Read More)

June 13, 2019
Maine legalizes assisted suicide

(LifeSiteNews) Democratic Gov. Janet Mills signed the Maine Death with Dignity Act on Wednesday, making the state the 10th jurisdiction to legalize assisted suicide.

When she inked the legislation, Gov. Mills brought Maine into line with Oregon, which was the first state to legalize the practice of physicians prescribing lethal medicines for patients to use to kill themselves.  (Read More)

June 13, 2019
Supreme Court’s Fetal Burial Decision Prompts Deeper Questions on Humanity of Unborn

(Alliance Defending Freedom) Like nothing else in life, a burial forces bereaved friends and family members to wrestle with the most important questions in life. All the more when the deceased is a child, cut off from life without ever having the chance to realize his or her full potential.

Who would she have been? What would he have been like as a father? What might she have accomplished? Whom would he have loved?  (Read More)

June 13, 2019
Judge Gives Missouri’s Last Abortion Clinic More Time, as State Maintains It’s Unsafe

(DailySignal) In Missouri, where Republican Gov. Mike Parson is going to the mat to protect women, a judge has decided that he knows better than state health officials about the dangers of a St. Louis clinic. Exposing women to life-threatening hazards is OK, he’s ruled, if it helps the abortion giant save face.  (Read More)

June 06, 2019
Wisconsin Legislature Passes Bill to Stop Infanticide, Protect Babies Born Alive After Abortions


(LifeNews) The Wisconsin state legislature has a passed a bill to stop infanticide and provide medical care and treatment for babies who survive abortions. The bill passed on a 17-14 vote with every Republican voting yes except Sen. Andre Jacque, who wanted an even stronger bill, and every Democrat voting no.  (Read More)

June 06, 2019
Some Women Are More Equal Than Others

(Breakpoint) One of the most important developments in American culture over the last few years has been the elevation of women. Especially since the #MeToo movement inspired victims to come forward, we’ve become serious about ending the harassment and silencing of women.  (Read More)

June 06, 2019
Trump puts a stop to using aborted baby parts for federal research

(OneNewsNow) Research using fetal tissue that otherwise would be discarded has been funded by the government, under leadership of both political parties, for decades.

Officials said government-sponsored research by universities will be allowed to continue, subject to additional scrutiny.

But ongoing research at the National Institutes of Health involving the tissue from aborted babies would not be allowed to proceed.  (Read More)

June 06, 2019
Justice Denied: The Washington Supreme Court Rules Against Barronelle Again

(Alliance Defending Freedom) What in the world is happening in the State of Washington?

Today, the Washington Supreme Court ruled against floral artist Barronelle Stutzman for the second time – putting her at the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court once again. (Read More)

June 06, 2019
$50k in flagrant damages left at Fla. Christian school

(OneNewsNow) A group of vandals flagrantly thrashed a Christian school last week in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, causing more than $50,000 in damage, with the criminals going as far as pouring milk and spilling paint all over the nonprofit facility.  (Read More)

June 06, 2019
Why These 5 People Think We Shouldn’t Forget Tiananmen Square

(DailySignal) Thirty years after the Tiananmen Square massacre, the Chinese government continues to commit human rights abuses. Officials burn Bibles, force hundreds of thousands of Uighur Muslims into re-education camps, and sterilize women who violate the one-child policy.  (Read More)

May 30, 2019
Attack on Airport Chick-fil-A May Be Terminal

(FRC) The plan to kick Chick-fil-A out of two U.S. airports may be grounded, if the Trump administration has anything to do with it. According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), any religious intolerance -- by New York or Texas liberals -- won't fly. Not under this president.

Thanks to the president's executive order on religious liberty, agencies like the Department of Transportation are always on the watch for faith-based discrimination.  (Read More)

May 30, 2019
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards Signs Bill Banning Abortions When Unborn Baby’s Heartbeat Begins

(LifeNews) Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards today signed the bill banning abortions when an unborn baby’s heartbeat begins. Edwards had previously spoken in favor of the bill and after the state legislature approved it on Wednesday the governor said he would sign it into law.  (Read More)

May 30, 2019
The “Equality Act” Would Mean More Cases Like These

(Alliance Defending Freedom) The cake artist, the floral artist, and the t-shirt printer.

If you’ve followed the work of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) over the years, you’ve likely heard the stories of Jack Phillips, Barronelle Stutzman, and Blaine Adamson. You’ve watched the ups and downs of their cases – from death threats to victory at the U.S. Supreme Court. And you’ve stood by them as their governments targeted them for simply operating their businesses consistently with their faith.  (Read More)

May 30, 2019
Black Babies Matter: The Truth Behind the Attacks on Pro-Lifers

(Family Policy Alliance) “The Right Doesn’t Actually Care About Brown and Black Babies.”

I have seen viral variations of this quote on social media countless times the past couple of weeks, amidst pro-life victories in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Ohio and more.

I listened as Alyssa Milano claimed that protecting the preborn would be “catastrophic” for black women. I was deeply disturbed as major news outlets flooded readers with arguments that black women would be hurt the most by pro-life laws, even to the point of enslaving them once again.  (Read More)

May 30, 2019
All Germans Encouraged to Wear Jewish Kippa in Response to Anti-Israel Event

(CNSNews) The German government’s anti-Semitism commissioner has reversed a warning to Jewish men not to identify themselves by wearing kippas, and is now urging Germans across the country to don the distinctive headwear in an act of solidarity.

Drawing attention to an upcoming anti-Israel event, Felix Klein called on citizens in Berlin and elsewhere to wear the kippa...  (Read More)

May 30, 2019
Washington Post: Planned Parenthood CEO Leana Wen Lied About Women Dying From Illegal Abortions

(LifeNews) The Washington Post fact checker slammed Planned Parenthood with its worst rating this week for claiming thousands of women died from illegal abortions annually prior to Roe v. Wade.

The abortion chain’s new president, Leana Wen, made the claim repeatedly over the past few months, but it is not true.  (Read More)

May 23, 2019
NPR Official Issues Memo to Staff Saying “Babies Are Not Babies Until They’re Born”


(LifeNews) Ramesh Ponnuru at National Review pointed out that NPR standards-and-practices guru Mark Memmott issued a new memo — a “guidance reminder” — instructing his taxpayer-funded staff how their language on abortion should not concede anything to “antiabortion groups.” It isn’t about objectivity. It’s about using language to shift public opinion.  (Read More)

May 23, 2019
A Tale of Two Yales

(FRC) The tuition at Yale University is nothing compared to what it's costing students in another category: freedom. The third oldest college in America obviously doesn't remember a lot from its roots, when a group of ministers founded the school to fight the growing liberalism at Harvard. Imagine what those church leaders would think now...  (Read More)



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