(FRC) They’re four of the biggest names on the internet — and right now, they have one thing in common: a dangerous partnership with SPLC. Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Twitter are no lightweights when it comes to market influence, so the news they’re all leaning (in some way or another) on the extremists at Southern Poverty Law Center is giving conservatives plenty to think about. (Read More)
(LifeNews) Chick-fil-A’s slogan is “eat more chicken” — not act like one! Unfortunately, that’s exactly what Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey did after activists slammed him for posting evidence that he’d stopped by the fast-food chain. After six years, the controversy over Chick-fil-A is still sizzling… (Read More)
(Faith & Freedom) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed the US delegation last night in Jerusalem—on the eve of the day America, the most powerful nation in the history of the world, officially moves its embassy to Jerusalem—affirming that Jerusalem is indeed the capital of Israel.
Other nations will follow America’s leadership, but not all. (Read More)
(LifeNews) A California judge has invalidated the state’s assisted-suicide law as unconstitutionally enacted.
Here’s the story. Opponents of assisted suicide had successfully blocked legislation in committee during the regular 2015 session. That was that for the year — until Jerry Brown called a special session to deal with Medicaid financing and related issues. (Read More)
(LifeNews) A federal district court issued an order Tuesday that permanently prevents the federal government from enforcing the Obamacare abortion-pill mandate against four Christian universities in Oklahoma represented by Alliance Defending Freedom. The order also declares that the mandate violates the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act. (Read More)
(LifeNews) Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller will not defend a new state law that bans abortions after an unborn baby’s heartbeat is detectable.
Miller, a pro-abortion Democrat, recused himself from the case Tuesday after Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union announced plans to challenge the law in court, according to CNN. (Read More)
(National Day of Prayer) The National Day of Prayer was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of Congress, and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman. In 1988, the law was unanimously amended by both the House and the Senate and signed into law by President Ronald Reagan on Thursday, May 5, 1988, designating the first Thursday of May as a day of national prayer. (Read More)
(OneNewsNow) A proposed crackdown on homeschooling families in California has been defeated, for now, after those families pushed back.
California legislators jumped into action in January after authorities discovered a husband and wife were hiding the abuse of their 13 children – who were literally chained and denied food – by registering as homeschooling parents. (Read More)
(CNSNews) In an interview on the Christian Broadcasting Network News on Wednesday, Regent University School of Law Family Law Professor Lynne Marie Kohm described the legal authority at play in the United Kingdom’s decision to not provide continuing care for little Alfie Evans, noting that Charlie Gard’s and Alfie Evans’ cases demonstrate the “limits” to human dignity in “universal state health care.” (Read More)
(Breakpoint) All Americans should be alarmed, and I mean increasingly so, about the California Assembly’s increasing disregard for the First Amendment.
After all, it’s the California Assembly that attempted to require pro-life pregnancy centers to advertise the state’s “free or low-cost” abortion services, the subject of a recent Supreme Court oral argument. (Read More)
(Family Policy Alliance) Last year, the leading funder of the LGBT movement warned that they were going to “punish the wicked.” Of course, he meant people like you and me – people who believe in God’s design for sexuality. But ten months later, it appears that the reality of the LGBT movement is mostly about punishing the kids. (Read More)
(LifeNews) The Trump administration is being forced to continue giving Planned Parenthood millions of tax dollars after a federal judge ruled against the government Tuesday.
The abortion chain sued the Department of Health and Human Services in February after it cut grants to Planned Parenthood’s questionable Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (TPPP). (Read More)