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Kentucky governor signs law incorporating Bible as social studies elective

A law allowing the Bible to be included as a topic for social studies electives will take effect in Kentucky this Friday, June 30, after Kentucky's governor, Matt Bevin, signed a bill passed by both houses of the Kentucky legislature. School boards around the state will take part in helping craft curricula to establish parameters… Continue reading Kentucky governor signs law incorporating Bible as social studies elective

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Is Apple co-conspirator with or victim of Big Brother?: WikiLeaks drops more Vault 7 docs

Have you seen this catchy, humorous commercial about Apple's iPad Pro? Although the above TV ad from Apple reassures you the iPad Pro is immune to PC malware, the second volley of WikiLeaks Vault 7 documents shows there is something more insidious hidden in Apple's various devices. According to WikiLeaks, the CIA has apparently found… Continue reading Is Apple co-conspirator with or victim of Big Brother?: WikiLeaks drops more Vault 7 docs

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Texas school board wins appeal to allow student-led prayers

Since 1997, the Birdville Independent School District near Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, has allowed students to open their school board meetings with a statement. Often those statements turn out to be prayers in the name of Jesus. That didn't sit well with a gay atheist high school student (who has now graduated) so the American Humanist… Continue reading Texas school board wins appeal to allow student-led prayers

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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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Anti-Trump protests, paid for by Soros & Democrats, reveal who real haters are

Socialists tend to get murderous, hatefully, hopping mad when they don't get their way. The US protests going on tend to prove that--accompanied by the online assassination threats against Trump--which come to us courtesy of George Soros' dollars, Democrats, and the media. If you go back in history to study what liberals tend to do… Continue reading Anti-Trump protests, paid for by Soros & Democrats, reveal who real haters are

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1984’s “thoughtcrime” weeding grows in today’s hiring practices

The days of 1984's thoughtcrime have arrived, thanks to organizations that are embracing the socialist/liberal, globalist view of the world where the Constitution and the human rights of freedom of expression, religion, and association are all despised. As organizations claim they like applicants and employees who have a social media presence, 43% of them are looking… Continue reading 1984’s “thoughtcrime” weeding grows in today’s hiring practices

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Officer’s Bible can stay on his desk, rules Air Force

Major Steve Lewis of the US Air Force had a complaint filed against him last week prompted by Mikey Weinstein's militant atheist group, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, after a Bible was seen open on his desk. Citing the ruling against a Marine who displayed Bible verses in her work area, the MRFF complained that… Continue reading Officer’s Bible can stay on his desk, rules Air Force

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Texas Attorney General hands judge victory over atheists

After a Texas judicial commission, prompted by the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), left unanswered questions about a judge's volunteer chaplaincy program and courtroom prayers, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was asked to look into the program to see if it passed constitutional muster. Montgomery County Justice of the Peace/Coroner Wayne Mack found that if… Continue reading Texas Attorney General hands judge victory over atheists

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Raising Kaine?: why “they” really, really hate Trump

From unfounded criticisms for speaking the truth about how ISIS became more than a JV team to equating racism with securing the border, NWO globalists, their media puppets, and their politicians in both American political parties really, really wish to brainwash Americans into hating Trump. After all, Trump is not only a person, but a symbol… Continue reading Raising Kaine?: why “they” really, really hate Trump

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Humanist atheist soldier complains of Bible at US military ball

A humanist atheist soldier contacted militant atheist Mikey Weinstein's Military Religious Freedom Foundation to complain of a Bible and a speech about the Bible that took place as part of a voluntary US military ball on May 13. At the Adjutant General's Corps Ball held by the 8th Army, the Bible was displayed at a table along… Continue reading Humanist atheist soldier complains of Bible at US military ball