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    November 03, 2014

    Houston Pastors Draw a Line in the Stand

    The Alamo may be the site of Texans’ most famous stand -- but it wasn’t the site of their last. Almost two hundred years later, the proud state is fighting another invasion -- this time, of religious intolerance. Last night, with thousands of people packing the pews of Grace Community Church -- and tens of thousands more at nearly 800 ... (more)

    October 31, 2014

    Upsetting the Apple Cart

    Apple’s old logo was colored by the rainbow -- and it looks like their top management still is. Three years after taking the company over for an ailing Steve Jobs, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed what many people suspected: he identifies as a homosexual. Cook, the head of the tech world’s colossus, said he made the announcement because ... (more)

    October 29, 2014

    Trick or Retreat? Houston Mayor Reconsiders Subpoenas

    Houston’s launched plenty of things over the years - but controversy seems to be its specialty these days. Houston Mayor Annise Parker has certainly put the city on the map where religious intolerance is concerned. In a morning press conference, the center of a nationwide First Amendment firestorm says the city council is withdrawing the ... (more)

    October 28, 2014

    The New Security Moms

    The media are scratching their heads that the wheels have come off of the “war on women” mantra. A CNN analysis suggests the changing “dynamic reflects the painstaking efforts among Republicans to avoid the mistakes of 2012.” But there is a much bigger dynamic here. The Middle East is in turmoil, West Africa is battling a ... (more)

    October 27, 2014

    Idaho Town Bridling in their Religious Discrimination?

    Coeur d’Alene, a small town in northern Idaho appears to be trying to rein in their earlier threat to put two ministers in jail for refusing to conduct same-sex weddings. As I outlined last week, Don and Lynn Knapps, two Evangelical ministers, own The Hitching Post, a wedding chapel in Coeur d’ Alene. The Knapps, who have been ... (more)

    October 21, 2014

    A Duck Call to Action! Robertsons Join I Stand Sunday

    As far as Glenn Beck is concerned, the biggest threat facing Texas isn’t Ebola. It’s Houston’s holy war against free speech. “This is more dangerous to the republic of Texas than any virus is. This is more dangerous than anything I’ve ever seen,” the talk host warned. “This is not about equal ... (more)

    October 20, 2014

    Natural Marriage in Idaho: Give It Arrest!

    If homosexuals get their way, Pastor Donald Knapp won't be behind the pulpit -- he'll be behind bars. That's the stunning development in Idaho, where the day liberals promised would never come is already here. Two ministers -- a husband and wife team -- have been told by their city government that refusing to "marry" a same-sex couple will send ... (more)

    October 17, 2014

    A Subpoena for Your Thoughts...

    Houston Mayor Annise Parker has been on quite a fishing expedition -- but it's her power that needs to be reeled in. Americans everywhere are appalled by the lesbian leader, who declared war on the First Amendment by barging into churches and demanding pastors' private communications. In a country still burning over the IRS's crackdown, Parker's ... (more)

    October 15, 2014

    Houstunned: Pastors Vow to Fight Mayor's Sermon Grab

    Houston is home to one of NASA's most sophisticated space centers -- but even it would have trouble finding signs of intelligence in the local Mayor's office. The city's highest official is blowing past the First Amendment at warp speed -- and lighting a political powder keg in the process. After four years of forcing her extreme agenda on the ... (more)

    October 13, 2014

    iPledge Sunday Brings Clarity to the New World

    Have you taken the pledge? Last night, churches and home groups from all fifty states tuned in to watch iPledge Sunday: "The Rise of the Church." The special simulcast originated from FRC's Washington D.C. studio and a second hour of the program was broadcast from state host churches in 12 different states. The webcast was a coalition project of ... (more)

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