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Franklin Graham wins religious freedom lawsuit in Britain

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Franklin Graham has won a major lawsuit in Britain that has implications for religious freedom and free speech. A court ruled that the Blackpool Borough Council and Blackpool Transport Services discriminated against ...

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Utah Governor signs phone porn filter law

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Smartphones and tablets will have a porn filter after the governor of Utah signed a new law meant to protect children. The law, which was signed Tuesday, requires a filter blocking pornography ...

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Courts blocking Biden administration over unconstitutional acts

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Court rulings blocking unconstitutional Biden adminsitration policies are ramping up. Thursday saw a U.S. District Court rule that Biden does not have the authority to issue a nationwide moratorium on evictions. Earlier ...

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Poland’s top court votes to protect babies with disabilities from ‘eugenic’ abortion

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Poland’s highest court has ruled that abortions of children with disabilities is unconstitutional. The decision by the country’s Constitutional Court affects the majority abortions. Terminations will only be permissible in cases of ...

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Supreme Court throws out case alleging Trump profited from presidency

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The US Supreme Court on Monday threw out a lawsuit that alleged Donald Trump had illegally profited from his presidency. No justices dissented from the ruling which gave Trump a unanimous victory ...

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Christian leaders agree lawsuits between believers should be avoided

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Although 82 percent of evangelical leaders said that 1 Corinthians 6:1–8 does not forbid all civil lawsuits between Christians, they also indicated that lawsuits should not be the typical way a Christian ...

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Trump administration officials remember pro-life accomplishments

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After just one term, Donald Trump and his administration may be remembered as the most pro-life in history. Several members of the White House team recently reflected on the administration’s many accomplishments. ...

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U.S. Senate continues to confirm Trump appointees to federal bench

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The 225th federal judge nominated by President Trump was confirmed by the U.S. Senate last week. The Senate has confirmed 227 judges since Trump was inaugurated in 2017. That includes 168 district ...

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Ban on gay therapy overturned by US Court of Appeals

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The US Supreme Court may end up hearing a case involving gay conversion therapy after a Federal Court overturned a ban.  The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals broke with two other appeals ...

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Senator Cramer defends election lawsuits as ‘appropriate,’ constitutional

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U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND) is defending the Trump campaign’s election litigation saying it is appropriate and following a constitutional process. Several lawsuits are making their way through the courts on the ...

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Jefferson City rally supports Trump 2020 election challenges

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Missourians have joined a growing movement across the nation rallying against alleged ballot fraud and equal protection failures in the 2020 election. A rally took place in Jefferson City, Missouri, where voters ...

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Former top Michigan election official: evidence needs ‘court intervention’

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The former top election official in Michigan has signed a sworn affidavit calling for a state-wide recount, citing sufficient evidence of election fraud. Ruth Johnson said the allegations made in a recent ...

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Biden says he’ll create commission to ‘reform’ Supreme Court

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Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden finally announced his plans for the future of the court system on Thursday morning. “If elected, what I will do is I’ll put together a national commission ...

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Missouri mail-in and absentee voting rules

While the vast majority of Missouri voters are expected to vote in person this Nov. 3, some are still planning to take their chances with mail-in or absentee ballots. Missouri courts have ...

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Amy Coney Barrett’s opening statement

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WASHINGTON – Before Judge Amy Coney Barrett‘s confirmation hearing in the US Senate, she released a copy of her opening statement. Statement: Chairman Graham, Ranking Member Feinstein, and Members of the Committee: ...

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Judges on Missouri’s ballot for the Nov. 3 election

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Ask any voter what the most frustrating item on a ballot is and they almost always say “the judges.” From the State Supreme Court to your local Circuit Court, there is little ...

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Justices Thomas and Alito criticize Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage

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The opening day of the new Supreme Court session had a few fireworks. Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito criticized the decision to turn down a case involving a county clerk who ...

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Here’s what Christian leaders are saying about the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett

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Christian leaders overwhelmingly support President Trump’s decision to appoint Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court. This is what several of them had to say. “This is a great day for ...

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Limits on gatherings in Pennsylvania again lose in court

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Pennsylvania’s governor has suffered another embarrassing defeat after a judge on Tuesday prevented him from reimposing limits on gatherings. The judge said limits were arbitrary and not based on science. Stickman, a ...

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Sen. Josh Hawley as Supreme Court nominee creates buzz

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Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley appearing on a list of potential Supreme Court nominees continues to cause buzz across the country. President Donald Trump released the names as health concerns grow over Justice ...

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Death row inmate sues to have chaplain at execution

Charles L. Burton Jr. doesn’t want to be alone when he dies. The death row inmate hopes a federal court will make sure that does not happen. Burton, who was sentenced in 1992 ...

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Supreme Court OK’s taxpayer credits for religious schools

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that Montana’s decision to exclude religious schools from a state scholarship program funded by tax credits violates the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The decision was a huge win ...

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Supreme Court ruling a big defeat for open border proponents

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Open border proponents were given a setback this morning as the Supreme Court ruled that the federal government may deport illegal aliens quickly and with only limited judicial review. The ruling also ...

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HISTORIC: Trump’s 200th pro-life judge confirmed

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Republicans in the Senate this week reached a historic milestone in on one of the most important things they and President Donald Trump can do. They confirmed yet another pro-life judge. The ...

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Gender-neutral passports rejected by British court

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Britain’s Court of Appeal has rejected a woman’s claim that would have forced ‘non-gendered’ to appear on UK passports. Christie Elan-Cane is female but believes it is discriminatory that the Passport Office ...

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