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Alabama Lesbians Sue to Obtain Legal Recognition as Parents of Eight-Year-Old Boy

MOBILE, Ala. – Two lesbian women in Alabama have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the state’s constitutional marriage amendment in their efforts to obtain legal recognition as parents of an eight-year-old boy. Kimberly McKeand and Cari Searcy have been in a relationship for over 14 years, and traveled to California to “wed” in 2008 after winning […]

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Abortionist Who Claims He Rids World of ‘Ugly Black Babies’ Arrested on Rape Charges

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – An abortionist who sparked outrage in 2012 when he claimed that he was doing a service to taxpayers by ridding the world of ‘ugly black babies’ has been arrested on rape charges. Ashutosh “Ron” Virmani, abortionist at A Preferred Women’s Health Center, was taken into custody at his home in early Thursday […]

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Father Arrested While Objecting to Porn Novel on School’s Required Reading List

GILFORD, N.H. – A father of a high school student in New Hampshire was recently arrested as he spoke out at a board meeting against a pornographic novel assigned to his daughter without his knowledge. William Baer was escorted out of the room and placed in handcuffs on Monday when he continued to object to the assignment, […]

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Canadian Christian Law School Sues to Obtain Recognition for Grads

The largest Christian university in Canada on Tuesday announced it will pursue legal action to secure two provincial recognitions for its future law school graduates. Trinity Western University (TWU) is planning to open Canada’s first Christian law school in fall 2016, but gay activists have vehemently opposed the proposal because TWU requires employees and students […]

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Egyptian Christian Teacher in Exile Awaiting Appeal of Blasphemy Case

ISTANBUL, Turkey (Morning Star News) – One year after Muslim extremists in Egypt accused her of committing blasphemy during class, a Christian teacher who suspected she would not get a fair trial remains trapped in exile. Demyana Abd Al-Nour, 25, a first-year social studies teacher at Sheikh Sultan Primary School in a village in Upper […]

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Virginia Christian Warns Proposed Zoning Law May Shut Down Home Bible Studies

FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. – A Virginia resident who recently began a home Bible study is expressing concern over a proposed zoning ordinance that he says may make such gatherings illegal. Matthew Clark of Fairfax County recently wrote an article warning about the proposal, which he states is unnecessary and intrusive. The ordinance at issue pertains to […]

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Islamic Nigerian Terrorist: Allah Commands Me to Sell Kidnapped School Girls

CHIBOK, Nigeria – The leader of a notorious Islamic terrorist group has threatened to sell over 200 kidnapped girls into slavery at the command of Allah, reports state. “I abducted your girls. I will sell them in the market, by Allah,” Abubaker Shekau of the African militant group Boko Haram stated in a video released […]

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Florida Teacher Bars Fifth Grader from Reading Bible During ‘Free Reading’ Period

LAUDERDALE LAKES, Fla. – A Christian legal group is demanding an apology after a fifth grade teacher in Florida recently banned a Christian student from reading his Bible during the class free reading period. Giovanni Rubeo, who attends Park Lakes Elementary School in Lauderdale Lakes, says that he was recently reading his Bible during the […]

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Supreme Court Upholds Prayer at Town Meetings, Warns of ‘Threatening Damnation’

WASHINGTON – In a divided 5-4 opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday upheld prayers at government meetings that are presented predominantly in Jesus’ name, while simultaneously warning against patterns of invocations that “denigrate nonbelievers or religious minorities, threaten damnation or preach conversion.’ As previously reported, the court accepted the case of Town of Greece v. Galloway in […]

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South Carolina Education Committee Allows Critical Discussion of Evolution

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Despite outcries from evolutionists, the South Carolina Education Oversight Committee has approved new standards which would allow public school students to learn arguments both for and against evolution. As previously reported, South Carolina Senator Mike Fair objected to pro-evolution curricula proposed in his state earlier this year. Fair, a member of the […]

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