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Judge Rules Christian Bakers Discriminated in Declining to Make ‘Support Gay Marriage’ Cake

BELFAST — A judge in Ireland has ruled against a Christian-owned bakery for declining to make a Bert and Ernie cake that was to be decorated with the phrase “Support Gay Marriage,” and has ordered them to pay a fine equating to nearly $800 U.S. dollars. As previously reported, in May of last year, Ashers Baking Company […]

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GoFundMe Changes Policy to Ban Fundraising for Those Accused of ‘Discriminatory Acts’

The popular crowdfunding site GoFundMe has changed its policy to ban fundraising for those merely accused of engaging in “discriminatory acts” just days after it shut down two fundraising campaigns for persecuted Christian businesses. As previously reported, last Friday, GoFundMe removed the page for Sweet Cakes by Melissa, which had been ordered to pay $135,000 in “emotional […]

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House Advances Effort to Overturn Abortion ‘Non-Discrimination’ Act

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House of Representatives advanced an effort on Thursday to overturn a law that some say would ban religious groups from living out their beliefs about fornication and abortion when it comes to their hiring and firing practices. As previously reported, last December, the D.C. City Council unanimously passed the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination […]

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Court Upholds Right of Christian Company Not to Print T-Shirts With ‘Gay Pride’ Messages

LEXINGTON, Ky. — In the first decision of its kind upholding the rights of a Christian business, an appeals court has ruled that a Christian t-shirt company did not violate the law when it declined to print t-shirts for a local “gay pride” event. As previously reported, the Gay and Lesbian Services Organization of Lexington (GLSO) […]

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GoFundMe Shuts Down Fundraiser for Christian Bakers, Claims Money Was for ‘Illegal Purpose’

GRESHAM, Ore. — The popular fundraising site GoFundMe shut down a fundraiser Friday night for a Christian couple that was ordered to pay $135,000 in “emotional damages” to two lesbians, stating that the fundraising effort was for “illegal purposes” because the bakery had been found guilty of “discrimination” for declining to make a cake for […]

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Judge Seeks $135,000 Fine Against Christian Bakers for Declining to Make Cake for ‘Gay Wedding’

GRESHAM, Ore. — An administrative judge in Oregon has recommended that a Christian couple pay $135,000 in damages to two lesbians for declining to make a cake for their same-sex “wedding” due to their religious convictions. As previously reported, Aaron and Melissa Klein operate Sweet Cakes by Melissa in Gresham, which is now operated from […]

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Committee Votes to Advance Effort to Overturn Abortion ‘Non-Discrimination’ Act

WASHINGTON — A Congressional committee voted Tuesday night to advance an effort to overturn a law that some say would ban religious groups from living out their beliefs about fornication and abortion when it comes to their hiring and firing practices. As previously reported, last December, the D.C. City Council unanimously passed the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Amendment […]

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Pizzeria Forced to Close Following Threats Over Biblical Marriage Beliefs Re-Opens to Full House

WALKERTON, Ind. — A pizzeria in Indiana that was forced to close after it faced arson and death threats by homosexual activists and advocates for expressing their biblical beliefs on marriage re-opened last week to a full house. As previously reported, the matter began when reporter Alyssa Marino of ABC 57 News in South Bend set out […]

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Over $100,000 in Donations Pour in for Christian Florist Punished for Declining ‘Gay Wedding’

KENNEWICK, Wash. — Over $100,000 has been raised in an online campaign for a Christian florist from Washington who is in jeopardy of losing her business, home and life savings after a judge found her guilty of discrimination for declining to service a same-sex ceremony for a regular client. As previously reported, Baronelle Stutzman of […]

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Commission Rules in Favor of Baker Who Refused to Decorate Bible Cakes Against Homosexuality

DENVER — Officials in Colorado have ruled in favor of a baker who refused to decorate two Bible-shaped cakes that featured messages and images against homosexuality, finding that she did not discriminate against the Christian who placed the order. William Jack of Castle Rock visited Azucar Bakery in Denver last March, at which time he placed an order for […]

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