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Pro-Life Americans Take to Streets Nationwide to Urge Government to Defund Planned Parenthood

Thousands took to the streets of America on Tuesday to protest the abortion giant Planned Parenthood and to call upon the U.S. government to defund the organization, which receives millions in Title X funds each year. The protests took place in over 60 cities across the nation, including St. Paul, Minn.; Las Vegas, Nev.; Fort […]

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Oklahoma Supreme Court Denies Appeal of Order to Remove Ten Commandments Monument

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — The Oklahoma Supreme Court has declined to accept an appeal of its order to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the state capitol grounds after it declared the presence of the display unconstitutional last month. “We carefully consider the arguments of the commission and find no merit warranting a grant of rehearing,” […]

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Boy Scouts of America Votes to Allow Open Homosexuals as Leaders

IRVING, Texas — The governing board of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has voted to end the organization’s longstanding ban on openly homosexual troop leaders. The policy change took effect immediately following a 45-12 vote by the National Executive Board in Irving, Texas. “This change allows scouting’s members and parents to select local units, chartered by […]

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Baphomet Statue Unveiled in Detroit to Shouts of ‘Hail Satan,’ Satanist Men Kissing

DETROIT — At least 100 people attended the unveiling of a Satanic statue depicting Baphomet being flanked by children on Saturday—a statue that was originally intended to be placed at the Oklahoma state capitol and now may be the subject of an effort to erect it next to a Ten Commandments monument in Arkansas. As previously reported, […]

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Indiana Woman Fired for Refusing to Issue Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Licenses Files Suit

HARRISON COUNTY, Ind. — An Indiana woman who states she was fired for refusing to issue same-sex “marriage” licenses despite her Christian convictions has filed a lawsuit in federal court against her former employer. Linda Summers worked for the Harrison County clerk’s office for over six years, that is, until last December when she was […]

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‘Some Things We Don’t Share': Kenyan President Rejects Obama’s Call for Homosexual Advocacy

NAIROBI, Kenya — During a press conference on Saturday, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta rejected calls from Barack Obama to give greater attention to the homosexual agenda. “We want to focus on other areas that are day-to-day living for our people,” Kenyatta said in response to Obama’s comments about the matter. “This issue is not on the foremost […]

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Private Group Buys Land Under Cross Memorial to Save Display Opposed by Atheist

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — A private group in California has bought land from the U.S. government on which sat a controversial cross memorial that has been the subject of an atheist lawsuit since the 1980’s. According to reports, the Mount Soledad Memorial Association (MSMA) has purchased the land in San Diego from the U.S. Department […]

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Kentucky Revokes Credentials of Detention Center Minister Over Ban on Calling Homosexuality ‘Sinful’

FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) has revoked the volunteer credentials of a local pastor after he did not feel comfortable with signing an agreement not to refer to homosexuality as sinful. “[Volunteers] shall not refer to juveniles by using derogatory language in a manner that conveys bias towards or hatred of […]

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Federal Court Rules Pharmacy Must Stock Morning-After Pill Despite Religious Beliefs

SEATTLE, Wash. — A federal appeals court has ruled that a pharmacy in Washington state must stock the morning after-pill despite the owner’s beliefs that the item is an abortifacient and thus contrary to his religious beliefs. As previously reported, in 2006, Ralph’s Thriftway owner, Kevin Stormans, received a call inquiring whether the location sold the […]

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Hindus Seeking ‘Prayer Room’ Replete with Statues of Hindu Deities at International Airports

NEW YORK — A Hindu organization headquarted in Nevada is seeking the inclusion of Hindu prayer rooms at international airports that have chapels available for use by adherents to various religions. Rajan Zed, president of the Universal Society of Hinduism in Nevada, released a statement this week explaining that Hindus would like a designated prayer […]

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