(OneNewsNow) The “worst ever” child grooming scandal exposed in Great Britain reportedly came at the hands of Muslim migrants in the small town of Telford, where up to 1,000 girls as young as 11 years old were raped, drugged, beaten, forced into prostitution, and even murdered over a 40-year period. (Read More)
(LifeNews) The Trump administration won an initial victory for religious freedom in court this week when a federal judge allowed its religious exemptions to the Obamacare abortion mandate to stand.
Massachusetts and several other states challenged the Trump administration last year after it provided relief from the Obamacare birth control mandate by granting wider exceptions to religious groups. (Read More)
(LifeNews) Mississippi state Senators passed the earliest abortion ban in the country Tuesday.
State House Bill 1510 easily passed the Senate in a 35-14 vote, moving Mississippi another step closer to protecting unborn babies from abortion after 15 weeks, according to the Clarion Ledger. (Read More)
(FRC) Through all of the cultural ups and downs, country music has always been a place conservatives felt welcome. While so many other celebrities started picking up activist causes and shaming fans who held Christian beliefs, American could always count on Nashville to stay true to their values (or at least tolerate them). Not anymore. (Read More)
(Breakpoint) Imagine this scenario: Your 17-year-old daughter tells you she’s trapped in the wrong body, is really a boy, and wants hormone therapy to begin the process of transitioning. As her parent, you love your daughter, but you disagree. You want to look at other options to help her. (Read More)
(Family Policy Alliance) The parenting discussion my husband and I have never had—you may remember Family Policy Alliance’s Vice President of Strategy, Autumn Leva, sharing this story with us in June.
Of course, Autumn and her husband had discussed all the usual things when it comes to planning for children, yet they also realized that with the way culture is moving they needed to discuss something most of us would never dream of talking about with our spouses… (Read More)
(CNSNews) The nation struggles with how to address the presence of violence in the culture. Rightfully, people discuss gun laws, policing and mental health support. Citizens are protesting and gathering at government buildings to demand action. As the opponents of violence activate, they should make sure to demonstrate in front of the big corporate media towers… (Read More)
(LifeNews) With hard work and perseverance, abortion will be abolished “in our time,” Vice President Mike Pence said Tuesday.
Pence encouraged pro-life advocates during the 2018 National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Tennessee. He was a keynote speaker at a luncheon organized by Susan B. Anthony List and Life Issues Institute, which recently merged. (Read More)
(Faith & Freedom) Americans United for Separation of Church and State (AUSCS) has just chosen Rachel K. Laser—a flaming abortion rights, LGBTQ rights, and anti-conservative Christian activist to lead their organization.
Laser was chosen to lead the “escalation” of war because of her past successes. (Read More)
(LifeNews) United Airlines is under fire from conservatives today for cutting ties with the NRA after the horrific school shooting in Parkland, Florida. However, the air carrier is not willing to cut ties with a Planned Parenthood abortion business that routinely kills over 320,000 unborn children and abortion every year. (Read More)
(Faith & Freedom) A survey conducted by Pew Research Center reveals a significant difference between what professing Christians actually believe about abortion.
Ironically, one “Christian” church is more supportive of abortion than atheists are.
The study also reveals how members of Assemblies of God, Church of God and Southern Baptist churches believe—a group of churches Pew believes to be among the most conservative larger church denominations. (Read More)
(OneNewsNow) A recent ruling by the highest court in The Evergreen State is being viewed as an important reminder of First Amendment principles.
The Washington Supreme Court ruled on Thursday (Jan. 25) in favor of a former Spokane fire captain who was fired for refusing to self-censor his religious expression… (Read More)