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Man sues police after ticket for speaking on abortion in public space

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A man who was ticked by police and told to stop speaking to people about his pro-life views is now suing the city of Portland, Ore., for $300,000. This past June, 2019, ...

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Democrat presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke vows to go after churches with traditional view of marriage

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Churches that teach traditional biblical values may be breathing a sigh of relief that Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke is trailing badly in the Democratic presidential primaries. He made headlines last week by ...

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Vast majority of Americans ‘troubled’ by news media

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The news media has an image problem and it’s not just with the President of the United States. A newly released poll finds that almost all Americans are “troubled” by the state ...

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Platforms vs. Publishers: The Big Tech War on the First Amendment

Media platforms and publishers are a big part of our lives, and they can have a huge influence on our culture. Recently YouTube pulled the plug on, or demonetized, many YouTube channels. ...

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AZ governor stands by Christian Facebook post despite calls to remove

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey refused to give in to pressure from a state secular organization this week, publicly affirming that he has no intention of removing religious messages posted to his gubernatorial ...

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Washington tells church: Pay for abortion coverage or break the law

An evangelical church is suing the state of Washington over a new law requiring employers to cover abortion in insurance plans if those policies also cover maternity.   Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) ...

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Judge sides with Christian campus groups: They can choose own leadership

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Christian college campus organizations have the right to choose their own leaders. That’s the just released ruling form a federal judge who said the University of Iowa can’t selectively enforce its non-discrimination ...

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Christian university relents, will allow Ben Shapiro to speak

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Grand Canyon University has reversed its decision to block conservative commentator Ben Shapiro from giving a speech on campus. The decision comes after GCU faced media backlash and a number of students ...

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Satanic Christmas display beside nativity in Illinois State Capitol

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A satanic Christmas display is now on view in the Illinois Capitol rotunda. In addition to the traditional nativity scene and Hanukkah menorah is an arm holding an apple with a snake coiled ...

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Christian students being silenced on campus

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Christian students are being silenced on college campuses. New numbers reveal the phenomenon is causing a growing number to keep their religious, and even political, views to themselves. An annual survey by ...

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‘Ya’ll don’t do that again,’ principal told praying students

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A Texas middle school has backtracked and will now allow its students to pray openly during lunch again after forcing them to hide any praying from the view of other students. Hannah ...

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Texas cheerleaders win case against censorship

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Some Texas cheerleaders have another victory to cheer. The Texas Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal of a lower court decision that protects the right of cheerleaders to display Bible verses ...

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Hawley favors restoring free speech rights to religious leaders

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Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley believes a 1954 law banning pastors from speaking on political topics should be repealed. Known as the Johnson Amendment, it is part of the federal tax code ...

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