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Houston Seeks Review of Pastors’ Sermons After Lawsuit Filed Over ‘Bathroom Bill’ Initiative

HOUSTON – Officials in Houston, Texas are seeking to obtain copies of sermons delivered by several area pastors after a lawsuit was filed by unrelated Christian leaders whose initiative surrounding a recently passed “bathroom bill” was rejected by city officials. As previously reported, Houston Mayor Annise Parker, an open lesbian, had promoted an “Equal Rights Ordinance” earlier […]

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‘From Birth to Adulthood:’ Christian Group Decries Proposal to Monitor Connecticut Homeschoolers

HARTFORD, Conn. – A national homeschooling advocacy group is decrying a measure proposed by a Connecticut government task force that would allegedly require homeschoolers to undergo screenings to identify those considered to be “troubled.” As previously reported, lawmakers in Connecticut proposed a bill last year that would have mandated mental health assessments for both public […]

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Virginia DSS Sued for Removing Children from Home on False ‘Medical Child Abuse’ Charges

CLARKE COUNTY, Va. – Social service workers in the Commonwealth of Virginia are facing a lawsuit for removing two seriously ailing children from their home after falsely accusing their mother of faking their illness. The Homeschool Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), a Virginia-based Christian organization, is suing caseworkers with the Clarke County Department of Social Services (DSS) and the Shenandoah […]

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North Carolina Police Accused of Making Up Phony 911 Calls to Search Homes

Several police officers in Durham, N.C., reportedly got into homes and searched them by telling residents police had received 911 hang-up calls from their addresses, according to news reports. The tactic, a way around the requirement to get a warrant to search a home, was described in court by a Durham officer identified as A.B. […]

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Chilling Implications? Largest Bank Asks Workers if They Support Homosexuality

NEW YORK – The largest bank in the United States now allegedly requires its employees to state whether or not they are supporters of the homosexual lifestyle. JPMorgan Chase, headquartered in New York City, is the United States’ largest bank, with total assets of over $2.5 trillion. The bank has overtly supported homosexuality for several […]

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Chinese Christians Tearfully Sing Hymn as Church Cross Removed: Video

Wenzhou City, China – Christians are vowing to stand firm for Christ amid much persecution by officials in a Chinese province where church buildings continue to be demolished, and where believers in a recent video can be seen bursting into tearful song about the cross and how their sins were washed away by the blood of Jesus […]

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New Orleans City Council Officially Lifts Ban on Preaching After Sundown

NEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans City Council voted last week to repeal a controversial ban against street preaching and evangelism on Bourbon Street. New Orleans, which is notorious for its sexually explicit displays during its annual Mardi Gras and Southern Decadence celebrations, enacted the “Aggressive Solicitation” ordinance in 2011, which banned all evangelistic activity and free speech from sunset to […]

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Police Officers Arrested After Robbing Citizens at Gunpoint

(DETROIT NEWS) — A photograph snapped by a citizen and distributed to the media led to the arrest of two police officers who allegedly robbed and assaulted two citizens last week, Detroit Police Chief  James Craig said Monday. The two men — one a sergeant and 20-year veteran of the Detroit Police Department; the other holding […]

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Christian Family Sues After Fleeing Cross-Country Over Abuse Allegations for Spanking Teen Daughter

El Paso County, Colorado – The Christian parents of a 16-year-old girl have filed a federal lawsuit alleging that the government violated their right to privacy when it pursued the family over allegations that the girl had been spanked with a light rod. According to the lawsuit, the parents, who are not being identified, discovered […]

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New Arkansas Crimes Unit to Carry Semi-Automatic Rifles, Demand ID From Those Walking Streets

Paragould, Arkansas – Residents of a small city in Arkansas are expressing concern after police unveiled a plan to deploy a new rifle-toting crimes unit next year that will seek identification from those on the streets in high crime areas. At a meeting last week at West View Baptist Church in Paragould, Mayor Mike Gaskill […]

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