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Parents Stand Up For Christian Plaques at Texas Schools

Midlothian school plaque

Should the will of the few outweigh the will of the many? That’s a question that’s been asked in our courts for years and lately liberal judges have been saying yes, the demands of the few will outweigh the rights

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Atheists Outraged Over Two White, Intersecting Pieces of Wood

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I actually don’t know for a fact that it’s made out of wood. It could be plastic for all I know. The point is, they were so outraged by this 14-inch object in the ground that they’re demanding its removal.

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California Bans “Racist” Confederate Flag

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Let me get this straight. Burning the American flag is acceptable, because while it might be offensive to some, it’s considered a form of free speech protected by the 1st Amendment. But the Confederate flag? It’s illegal to even sell

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Student Suspended for Saying “Bless You”

Saying “bless you” in response to someone else’s sneezing used to have some kind of religious connotations centuries, and perhaps millennia ago. These days, most people don’t mean anything religious by it. It’s become a polite thing to say, sort

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Restaurant Drops Prayer Discount After Threats From Freedom From Religion Foundation

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There’s a restaurant in Winston-Salem, North Carolina that’s made headlines recently when it became known that they give (when they feel like it) a 15% discount to those customers who pray before their meal. As the owner said, it wasn’t

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Soldier Forcibly Retired for Being Conservative Christian Files Lawsuit

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Last year I shared with you the story of how an Army Master Sergeant was disciplined for celebrating his promotion by serving Chick-fil-A sandwiches and celebrating the defense of Marriage Act. He received a formal reprimand in his file and

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911 Operator to Armed Homeowner During Break-in: “Put the Gun Down!”

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Though it’s possible the operator was instructing the homeowner to drop her weapon so that the police wouldn’t mistake her for the burglar, it wouldn’t be surprising to find out that she was told to drop it, because the operator

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Justice Ginsburg: Providing Contraception for Others is an "Obligation that Citizens Have"

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was of course one of the dissenting opinions in the recent Hobby Lobby case. She was interviewed by Katie Couric about the court case and about citizens’ and businesses’ “responsibilities” with regards to what they should

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The Death of Free Speech?

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Over at Eagle Rising they’ve covered many of the attacks on free speech that have taken place in Great Britain over the last year, but one wonders if we really understand the depth of the danger we face. The war

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Massachusetts House Passes Abortion Buffer Zone Bill to Counter SCOTUS Ruling

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Several weeks ago, many pro-lifers celebrated the Supreme Court decision that overturned Massachusetts’ abortion buffer zone laws. The state’s laws forbid pro-life protesters and counselors from talking to abortion patients on the sidewalks and parking lots outside the clinics. Chief

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Armed Doctor Prevents Mass Shooting at Hospital Psychiatric Unit

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The Darby, Pennsylvania hospital apparently has a no-weapons policy, except for on-duty police. But thankfully, one psychiatric doctor decided to risk his job rather than risk his life. He still risked his life doing what he did, but at least

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Scientist Finds Dino Soft Tissue Then Fired for Religious Views

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The world of academia claims to be all about promoting intellectual curiosity, research, thinking outside the box and the freedom to question the norm. If you believe that you are naïve to say the least. When I attended Arizona State

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