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    March 27, 2014

    World Vision Eyes Policy Change

    Anyone who bought the media's line that Christians don't care about the issue of marriage found out yesterday just how wrong they were. The church not only cares about marriage -- it remains a priority for Bible-believing Christians. Every American, no matter where they stand on marriage, was stunned when World Vision -- one of the largest ... (more)

    March 26, 2014

    Doc Dynasty: House Deals with Health Care Curveballs

    The White House must be having fun blowing through its $52 million ObamaCare advertising budget, because it just gave itself another two and a half weeks to spend it. The administration, which never met a deadline it didn't like to postpone, confirmed the delay late last night to the Washington Post's Amy Goldstein. For HHS Secretary Kathleen ... (more)

    March 25, 2014

    World Division

    In its 64 years, World Vision has been exactly that -- a kingdom view on a globe in need. Yesterday, the organization walked away from one of the greatest legacies in Christian ministry, trading a vision to reach the world for the world's vision of marriage. In an announcement that continues to shock and dismay its supporters, President Richard ... (more)

    March 24, 2014

    At University, Charges of Religious Prof-iling

    At the University of North Carolina Wilmington, Dr. Mike Adams teaches crime -- but he never dreamed he'd be the victim of one. Unfortunately for the assistant professor, that all changed when his ideology did. When he was hired as a criminology expert 21 years ago, Adams was an avowed and outspoken atheist -- a worldview that was shaken to the ... (more)

    March 21, 2014

    On ObamaCare's Birthday, Ballooning Problems

    The President can blow out the candles on ObamaCare's birthday, but he can't put out the fire over his signature policy. When ObamaCare turns four this weekend, White House officials will have blown through $52 million of advertising propaganda to promote the policy -- but with little to show for it, pollsters say. According to the latest Pew ... (more)

    March 20, 2014

    State ID-ology Wins Big in Court

    There are plenty of threats to democracy, but what happens in the voting booth shouldn't be one of them. In the wild west of polling stations, voter fraud has never been easier to commit -- and with Left's all-out war on proof-of-citizenship laws, never harder to stop. Even with 70% of Americans on their side, states that try to enact even the ... (more)

    March 19, 2014

    Rate Expectations: Families Brace for Premium Hikes

    Under ObamaCare, almost everyone loses. But thanks to the Young Invincibles, there is at least one winner -- of a $1,200 sweepstakes. It's just the latest gimmick aimed at signing up more Americans for a health care plan they overwhelmingly oppose. The Invincibles, a liberal brainchild that targets the 18-34 year-olds, is doing its part to pump up ... (more)

    March 18, 2014

    From the Greenhouse to the Big House...

    When liberals said global warming causes crime, no one knew it was because they planned on prosecuting their opponents! Late last week, climate alarmist Lawrence Torcello didn't do his movement any favors when he lobbied for jailing global warming skeptics (which, after yesterday's storm, might have included the entire city of Washington). It was ... (more)

    March 17, 2014

    Peace of Cake: Baker and Couple Find Civil Solution

    At one Indianapolis shop, 111 Cakery almost turned into a 911 for religious liberty. Like most Christians in the wedding business, Randy and Trish McGath knew the risks of turning down an order for a same-sex ceremony. In their industry, word was spreading fast about the price of standing up for your faith -- from florists and facilities rentals ... (more)

    March 14, 2014

    Air Force Academy: Ad-Verse to Scripture?

    The hot seat just got hotter for Air Force officials at today's House Armed Services hearing. With the backdrop of Scripture scrubbing and Christian harassment at the branch's Academy, a routine budget debate turned into a fireworks display over the Air Force's growing hostility towards faith in the ranks. Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James and ... (more)

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