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Boy Scouts Settle Child Abuse Case, Keeping Years of ‘Perversion Files’ Hidden from Public

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) have settled a lawsuit with a man who was allegedly sexually abused by an adult volunteer eight years ago, thus keeping years of what has become known as the organization’s “perversion files” hidden from the general public. The victim, now 20 years old, says that […]

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Former Education Minister Who Oversaw Sex-Ed Curriculum to Plead Guilty to Child Porn Charges

TORONTO, Ontario – A former top education minister in Canada who oversaw the provincial sex-ed curriculum for public school students will plead guilty to charges surrounding child pornography, according to reports. Benjamin Levin, 62, served as a professor at the University of Toronto and was the Deputy Education Minister for Manitoba and Ontario from 1999-2002 […]

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Prosecutor Won’t Drop Case Against Christian Ticketed for Posting Scripture Sign on Vehicle

ENGLEWOOD, N.J. – A Christian in New Jersey who was ticketed last year for posting a sign on his truck that cited Scripture states that the prosecutor who is handling the case has refused to drop the charge because of the events in New York where protesters have questioned the judgment of police. “The prosecutor stated that he […]

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Southern Poverty Law Center Files Judicial Ethics Complaint Against Ten Commandments Judge

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Southern Poverty Law Center, an organization that become notorious for creating its list of Christian “hate groups,” has filed a judicial ethics complaint against Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore after he sent a letter to Gov. Robert Bentley, asking that he uphold the state’s Sanctity of Marriage Amendment. As previously […]

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NYC Continues Fight to Keep Churches from Meeting in Public Schools

NEW YORK – The city of New York, namely the administration for Mayor Bill DeBlasio, is continuing the fight to keep churches from meeting in public schools in the city. As previously reported, the case of Bronx Household of Faith v. Board of Education of the City of New York has been circling through the […]

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Mormons Call for Passage of Homosexual Anti-Discrimination Laws–As Long Religion Also Protected

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Officials with the Latter Day Saints called for the passage of anti-discrimination laws to protect homosexuals and transgenders on Tuesday, stating that they support such measures as along as religious freedom is also protected. The press conference featured statements from Jeffrey R. Holland, Dallin H. Oaks and D. Todd Christofferson of […]

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Obama: ‘My Faith Has Been Questioned By People Who Don’t Know Me’

NEW DELHI, India – While speaking on the last day to his trip to India, Barack Obama urged acceptance of religious pluralism in the nation, adding on a personal note that sometimes his profession of Christianity is questioned and that he is instead thought to be a Muslim. “Our nations are strongest when we see that we are […]

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Alabama Supreme Court Justice Urges Governor to Defy ‘Tyranny’ of Courts on Same-Sex ‘Marriage’

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore, also known as the “Ten Commandments judge,” is urging Gov. Robert Bentley to defy the federal courts on the issue of same-sex “marriage” and uphold the state Constitution. Moore sent a letter to Bentley on Tuesday following Friday’s ruling by U.S. District Judge Ginny Granade, which declared […]

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Texas Principal Put on Leave After Linking to Christian Website Now Reinstated

KATY, Texas – A junior high school principal is returning to her job today after she was put on leave earlier this month, possibly for linking to a Christian website in the school’s e-newsletter. According to reports, Seven Lakes Junior High School Principal Imelda Medrano was placed on leave on Jan. 12, just days after […]

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Blogger Sentenced to 1,000 Lashes for ‘Insulting Islam’ Granted Temporary Reprieve

JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia – A Saudi Arabian blogger who was sentenced to 1,000 lashes for “insulting Islam” online has received a temporary reprieve from his flogging after doctors considered him incapable of handling another beating. Raif Badawi, 31, ran the “Free Saudi Liberals” blog since 2000 as a means to provide a forum to discuss Islam. […]

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