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California Professor Arrested for Secretly Recording Students Using Restroom

SAN FRANCISCO – A professor at San Francisco State University has been arrested and charged after he allegedly recorded students using the restroom at his California home. Mark Landis, 38, is facing 15 counts of invasion of privacy after being taken into custody on Wednesday and released on $100,000 bail. Landis, who taught accounting at […]

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Church Sues Town Over Zoning Law Barring Property from Being House of Worship

BAYVIEW, Texas – A Christian legal organization filed a lawsuit this past week on behalf of a local church that has been barred from using its property as a house of worship while non-religious entities are allowed to use the same zone without issue. The Liberty Institute in Plano, Texas submitted a legal complaint in federal […]

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Lawsuit Filed Against Mississippi Police Department for Intimidating Christians

JACKSON, Miss. – A pro-life legal organization has filed a federal lawsuit against a police department in Mississippi for violating the civil rights of Christians who conduct pro-life ministry outside of the last remaining abortion facility in the state. The Life Legal Defense Foundation filed suit on Wednesday against the Jackson Police Department on behalf […]

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Editor Fired for Criticizing ‘Queen James Bible’ on Personal Blog Files Federal Complaint

DES MOINES, Iowa – A newspaper editor who was fired earlier this year for opining on his personal blog that the Queen James Bible is an attempt by homosexuals “to make their sinful nature ‘right with God’” has filed a complaint with the federal government. As previously reported, Bob Eschliman has worked as the editor of the Newton […]

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Lawsuit Filed Over Mayor’s Denial of Atheist Display Near ‘Prayer Station’

WARREN, Mich. – Three prominent church-state separation groups have filed suit against a Michigan mayor for denying the request of an atheist activist to erect a ‘reason station’ near an existing ‘prayer station’ at city hall. As previously reported, Warren resident and member of the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) Douglas Marshall submitted a request earlier […]

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Feminist Professor Who Stole, Destroyed Group’s Pro-Life Sign Pleads No Contest

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – A California professor who was caught on camera stealing a sign from a pro-life group on campus, and then later destroyed the sign with scissors, has plead “no contest” to criminal charges stemming from the incident. As previously reported, on March 4th, the pro-life organization Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust held a peaceful […]

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‘We Will Not Tolerate Your Religion!’ School Fires Scientist for Questioning Evolution

LOS ANGELES – A legal defense organization filed a lawsuit this week against California State University, alleging that the school fired a biologist for discovering scientific evidence that contradicted evolutionary theory. Mark Armitage was a scientist at California State University—Northridge (CSUN), where he worked as a researcher and supervised the school’s electron microscope laboratory. He […]

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Woman Who Faced Hanging for Rejecting Islam Flees to Rome Into ‘Blessing’ of Pope

ROME – A Catholic woman who has been receiving international attention for rejecting Islam despite facing a death sentence fled to Rome on Thursday and met with the Roman Catholic pontiff–a development that has raised concerns about the continued acceptance of Catholicism as Christianity. As previously reported, Meriam Ibrahim, 27, was officially sentenced on May 15th after she […]

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Atheists End Teacher-Led Prayer in Indiana School District

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – A prominent atheist organization has convinced an Indiana school district to end teacher-led prayer at area public schools following a complaint from an anonymous parent. The Madison, Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) contacted the Vigo County School Corporation in Terre Haute last May after receiving a complaint from a parent after teacher […]

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Congress Ponders Plight of Sudanese Woman Who Faced Hanging for Rejecting Islam

WASHINGTON – The plight of a Sudanese woman who was sentenced to hang for refusing to convert to Islam but later freed was the focus of discussion during a Congressional hearing on Wednesday. As previously reported, Meriam Ibrahim, 27, was officially sentenced on May 15th after she was convicted of apostasy against Islam after she refused […]

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