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Two street preachers in Bristol, England found guilty of offending Islam in Bible quote

According the prosecutor that argued against two street preachers in a Bristol, England, courtroom, “free speech must yield to multicultural reality in modern Britain, and that there was a clear threat to violence due to the words of the preachers and the criticism of Islam.” The judge agreed and found Michael Overd and American Michael… Continue reading Two street preachers in Bristol, England found guilty of offending Islam in Bible quote

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State of Georgia reaches settlement with doctor fired for his sermons

Dr. Eric Walsh, the physician hired by the state of Georgia as a director for its Department of Public Health but then fired over his Christian views, has reached a $225,000 settlement with the state. He filed a lawsuit after his dismissal and during the process of that lawsuit, the state asked for all copies of every… Continue reading State of Georgia reaches settlement with doctor fired for his sermons

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US Senate confirms Jeff Sessions for Atty General

After weeks of partisan bickering and false accusations against US Senator Jeff Session (R-AL), the US Senate has finally confirmed Sessions as the new US Attorney General. In a 52-47 vote, Sessions was confirmed after a day of debating on the Senate floor and was notable for the fact that Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) was… Continue reading US Senate confirms Jeff Sessions for Atty General

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The “Jesus was a refugee” argument is irrelevant

Race baiter Al Sharpton and his ego were in the news once again this week when he tweeted, “Before you head to church today, remember to thank God for his son, Jesus a refugee who fled to Egypt” to criticize President Trump’s call for preventing people from entering the US from seven Muslim nations until… Continue reading The “Jesus was a refugee” argument is irrelevant

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Jihadist church robbers in Germany get prison time

A trial that began in Cologne, Germany, in October 2015 has finally ended with prison time for a gang of eight Muslim men, aged 35 to 37, who executed a series of church robberies for their jihad. At the center of the gang was a Moroccan man who was featured in a YouTube video calling… Continue reading Jihadist church robbers in Germany get prison time

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Forsaking just laws praises the wicked: Peña Nieto’s example

Mexico’s President Peña Nieto has provided us with yet another example of the entitlement mentality from the left. Peña Nieto had planned to meet President Trump in Washington DC, but cancelled those plans when it became clear President Trump was resolved to build a border wall between the United States and Mexico. Peña Nieto has… Continue reading Forsaking just laws praises the wicked: Peña Nieto’s example

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Judge’s injunction vs. abortions & sex changes backs Bible’s view of government

Attorneys General in several states are breathing a sigh of relief after a federal judge in Texas used a preliminary injunction to put a stop to the Obama administration’s attempts at using federal funds to force doctors and healthcare providers to perform abortions and sex change operations via Obamacare regulations. The Obama administration tried to… Continue reading Judge’s injunction vs. abortions & sex changes backs Bible’s view of government