Federal judge rules in favor of pro-life college students vs. California State University

During the 2016-2017 academic year, the Students for Life chapter at California State University (CSU)--San Marcos planned to have an event featuring a pro-life professor from North Carolina. When they requested $500 from the campus organization that distributes the funds from student fees, they were given the run-around. First they were denied funds on the... Continue Reading →

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Singer Katy Perry to pay Christian artist for copyright theft

Pop singer Katy Perry, known for using occultic imagery in her concerts and videos for her chart-topping songs, will have to pay Christian artist Marcus Gray for a hit song he co-wrote in 2008. Gray, better known as Christian rapper "Flame", filed the lawsuit against Perry over her 2013 hit "Dark Horse", which stole the... Continue Reading →

Australian Christians ordered to pay back taxes after claiming taxes were against God’s will

In Tasmania, Australia, a brother and sister were ordered to pay $2.32 million in back taxes, interest, and court costs several years after they ceased paying taxes. The Beerepoots regularly paid taxes up until 2011, when they claimed they got a deeper understanding of God and what he said in his word. According to them,... Continue Reading →

Flashback: Democrats call for a stop to illegal immigration

Hypocrisy tends to be the way of many a politician. For a few years now we've been hearing cries from liberals to open the U.S. border as they defend borders of other nations and tell manufactured half-truth sob stories of illegal aliens who intentionally place children in harm's way then blame those who defend our... Continue Reading →

Christian expelled from university for “homophobia” wins UK court case

He was a teacher in his native African nation of Cameroon, but when a new Christianophobic regime was forcing itself into power, Felix Ngole feared for his life and fled to Great Britain in 2003 and eventually decided to become a social worker. Ngole enrolled at the University of Sheffield in 2014 and was on... Continue Reading →

US Supreme Court upholds cross display for veterans in Maryland

A veterans memorial in Maryland that displays a cross got a big win from the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday. The American Humanist Association sued over the cross beginning in 2014, claiming it violated the First Amendment's Establishment Clause. The humanists lost the first round in 2015 when a judge ruled that the cross was clearly... Continue Reading →

UK Think Tank Suggests Pedophiles NOT Be Prosecuted For Viewing Child Porn

A think tank in the UK named Justice recently released a report on the rising tide of pedophilia cases in Great Britain and made the suggestion that first time offenders who view child pornography online be allowed to avoid prosecution. The proposal has the backing of the Victims' Commissioner, Dame Vera Baird. In 2008, there... Continue Reading →

Church in Canton, NY, wins against village’s attempt to stop their meetings

Several months ago, the Christian Fellowship Center of Canton, New York, bought the building of a former restaurant with the intent of using the facility as their worship center. The Village of Canton's village board wasn't too thrilled with the idea and tried to stop them from worshiping there by using the argument the area... Continue Reading →

Oklahoma legislature sends abortion pill reversal bill to governor

After Oklahoma's Senate overwhelmingly passed their abortion pill reversal bill six weeks ago, it moved on to be considered in Oklahoma's House where this week a large majority approved the bill. The bill has now been sent to Kevin Stitt, Oklahoma's Republican governor, who is expected to sign it into law. The bill calls on... Continue Reading →

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