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Woman Sues Planet Fitness for Revoking Membership Over ‘Transgender’ Complaint

MIDLAND, Mich. – A Michigan woman whose gym membership was revoked after she complained about a man in the womens’ locker room and warned other female members about the situation has filed suit against the company for punishing her over the matter. As previously reported, Yvette Cormier, 48, told reporters earlier this month that she walked […]

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‘God Isn’t Done with America': Ted Cruz Announces Candidacy for President of United States

LYNCHBURG, Va. – Speaking during a convocation ceremony at Liberty University on Monday, Texas Senator Ted Cruz officially announced his candidacy for president of the United States. “God’s blessing has been on America from the very beginning of this nation, and I believe God isn’t done with America yet,” he said. “I believe in you. […]

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Feds Investigating After ISIS Targets U.S. Military by Posting ‘Kill’ List

WASHINGTON – Federal investigators are conducting an investigation after the barbaric Islamic group ISIS, which identifies itself as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, released a “kill” list targeting approximately 100 members of the U.S. military. The list, released by the terrorist organization’s “hacking division” provides the names, addresses, and photographs of the servicemen, urging […]

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Minister Who Denies God’s Existence: I Don’t Appreciate Being Told I’m Not a Christian

BEAVERTON, Ore. – A Presbyterian USA minister in Oregon who says that he doesn’t believe in God—and doesn’t require his members to believe either—remarked in a recent article that he is offended by those who assert that he is not a Christian. “Someone quipped that my congregation is BYOG: Bring Your Own God. I use that […]

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U.S. Navy Official Denies ‘Religious Accommodation’ Request of Chaplain Facing Discharge

CHARLESTON, S.C. – A U.S. Navy official who issued a “detachment for cause” to a chaplain who is under fire for his counsel against fornication and homosexuality has now also denied an religious accommodation request from the chaplain. As previously reported, last December, several sailors allegedly filed complaints against Chaplain Wes Modder, a 19 year decorated military […]

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College Ministry Kicked off Campus for Requiring Leaders to Be Christian

TURLOCK, Calif. – A Christian campus organization has lost recognition from its university and been accused of “religious discrimination” for not allowing non-Christians to hold leadership positions in the group. Chi Alpha is a national student ministry organization with a presence in over 300 college campuses across the United States. According to the group’s website, […]

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‘I Ached Every Day for a Dad': Woman Raised by Lesbians Speaks out Against Same-Sex ‘Marriage’

A woman who was raised by a lesbian mother and her partner after her parents divorced is speaking out against same-sex “marriage” and the affect that it can have on children such as herself. Heather Barwick, now 31, wrote an open letter this past week entitled “Dear Gay Community: Your Kids Are Hurting,” in which […]

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Obama Judge Rules Wisconsin Regulation Places ‘Burden’ on Mothers Seeking Abortion

MADISON, Wisc. – A federal judge appointed to the bench by Barack Obama has struck down a Wisconsin abortion law as unconstitutional, stating that the law places a “burden” on women seeking to end the life of their unborn child. As previously reported, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker approved Senate Bill 206 (SB206) in July 2013, […]

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Connecticut Debates Legalizing Physician-Assisted Suicide

HARTFORD, Conn. – Lawmakers in Connecticut are considering a newly-proposed bill that would legalize physician-assisted suicide in the state. A public hearing was held on Wednesday at the Capitol Complex where those on both sides of the issue came to speak their mind about the matter. Assisted suicide bills have been presented to the legislature […]

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School Board Unanimously Votes Not to Restore Ten Commandments Plaque Following Removal

MARION, Ohio – A school board in Ohio has voted unanimously not to restore a nearly 60-year-old plaque of the Ten Commandments that was removed from a local high school last year following a complaint. The Marion City Schools Board agreed on Monday to indefinitely “loan” the plaque to the Marion County Historical Society for display instead of its […]

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