(OneNewsNow) College students have a serious problem, says an education analyst, when they suggest that campus speakers should be disrupted due to their views.
A survey of 800 undergraduate students, conducted by the William F. Buckley Jr. Program at Yale, found 41 percent said it is appropriate to shut down or disrupt a speaker on campus. (Read More)
(Family Policy Alliance) Isabella Chow is a student senator at University of California—Berkeley. She’s been labeled as a “horrible person” and a “mental imbecile” by her peers. Hundreds are petitioning for her to resign from student government or be recalled. Her political party has cut all ties with her. (Read More)
(FRC) One of the most important religious freedom laws in America turns 25 this Friday. But will it make it to 26? House Democrats are doing everything it can to ensure it doesn’t.
A quarter of a century ago, nothing about religious liberty was controversial. In fact, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) was so popular that all but three members of Congress voted yes. (Read More)
(California Family Council) This first grade lesson pictured is part of a history and social studies curriculum that is being piloted right now in schools all around California which promotes a bias perspective on the policy achievements of governor Gavin Newsom.
Millions of Californians who voted twice to define marriage as the union of a man and a woman opposed Newsom’s flagrant defiance of our state’s marriage laws and use of the courts to push his personal views of marriage on the population.”
Every Californian should call their own school district to see if this new curriculum has been introduced in their school district and let them know what you think of this new textbook. (Read more)
(OneNewsNow) Government officials in the United Kingdom have cowered before the nation’s Muslim community and Islamic terrorist groups by refusing to grant asylum to Asia Bibi – the Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy in Pakistan last week who still lives under death threats from Islamic leaders who persuaded Pakistani officials to keep her in her native country. (Read More)
(LifeNews) In August 2018, pro-life blogger Patricia Maloney reported that the Canadian Institute of Health Information (CIHI) recorded 766 late-term, live-birth abortions over a five-year period.
In other words, pregnancies were ended late enough in pregnancy that the child survived for some amount of time outside the womb but died shortly thereafter in the absence of attempts at life-saving medical care. (Read More)
(LifeNews) A movement that claims to stand for women now is blaming white women for not following in lockstep with its agenda.
Pro-life advocates suspected from the start that the Women’s March was not really about women’s rights but a radical left-wing, pro-abortion agenda. It became clear when the march kicked out several feminists groups after learning that they are pro-life. (Read More)
(FRC) Asia Bibi may have been acquitted, but she still isn’t free. The radical Muslim mobs are still protesting in the Pakistani streets, chanting for the Christian woman’s death. Prison, for now, is the safest haven she has.
For Bibi, who won a historic victory from nine-year-old blasphemy charges in court, the ruling was a shock. (Read More)
(Daily Signal) Those who cherish religious liberty can celebrate a major victory this week.
On Wednesday, the Department of Health and Human Services published final rules that provide much-needed relief from one of Obamacare’s most egregious assaults on rights of conscience and religious liberty: the mandate that nearly all health insurance plans cover abortion-inducing drugs and contraception. (Read More)