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    September 09, 2014

    Is the Penn Mightier Than the Sword?

    Penn State may be considered "higher education," but they still have a lot to learn about the First Amendment. This month, Penn State opened a new chapter (and verse) in the fight over religious censorship. After decades of keeping the Bible in campus lodging, officials announced that they'd booted Gideon Bibles from rooms after threats from the ... (more)


    September 08, 2014

    Free Speech or Flee Speech in the U.S. Senate?

    Congress may have spent a month back home, but Senate leaders obviously didn't learn anything while they were there. With just 10 days left for legislative business, Harry Reid's chamber will have plenty of voters to answer to about why their leaders didn't deal with the crises at hand -- on the border, in the Middle East, and with the economy. ... (more)


    September 05, 2014

    Navy Clears the Decks for Bible Regs

    This summer, the U.S. Navy made plenty of waves with its decision to pull Gideon Bibles from its lodge room drawers. After the public outcry was too much to ignore, branch leaders walked back the decision, choosing to reinstate the books until they could agree on a final policy. Now, over the next couple of weeks, bases like Patuxent River Naval ... (more)


    September 04, 2014

    Meriam Ibrahim to Be Honored at Values Voter Summit

    In her first public appearance since being freed from Sudanese prison, FRC is proud to announce that Meriam Ibrahim will be the honoree at the Faith, Family & Freedom Gala dinner on Saturday, September 27 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. Willing to give up her life rather than deny Jesus Christ, Meriam suffered months of ... (more)


    September 03, 2014

    LA Judge: I'll Stand Bayou on Marriage

    It took a brave southern judge, but the Left's perfect record on same-sex "marriage" rulings finally snapped. Earlier today, Judge Martin Feldman broke a string of 20-plus activist decisions and yielded to the democratic process on Louisiana's marriage amendment. After more than a year of constitutional contempt, Judge Feldman restored some ... (more)


    September 02, 2014

    DeGravelle Slams the Gavel on Clinic Law

    The only thing abortion groups wanted on Labor Day was to keep women out of the labor room. And over the weekend, a few unelected judges were happy to help. A day after Planned Parenthood's "abortion vigil," judges in two states tried to answer those prayers by putting the brakes on common sense clinic laws. While most people were loading their ... (more)


    August 15, 2014

    Navy Sinks Censorship

    Just when we thought the ship had sailed on Navy Lodge Bibles, its leadership is changing course. The same week that employees blew the whistle on the purge, Navy brass have stepped in to overrule the Lodge management. While housekeepers were busy tossing Bibles into lost and found bins, the chain of command says it was never alerted to the ... (more)


    August 14, 2014

    Atheists Try Interception on Intercession

    Plenty of football players exercise on Chestatee High School's field -- it's the exercising of their faith that atheists object to! Georgia locals found that out the hard way when the bullies at the American Humanist Association lined up against the team's posters and prayers. In a move that's almost comical, the national group sent an undercover ... (more)


    August 13, 2014

    In the Muddle of the Middle East

    The White House's credibility isn't the only thing suffering from the President's Middle East failures -- so are tens of thousands of innocent people. They are the real casualties of the administration's indifference toward the religious persecution that's raging in the region. Even now, after a week of U.S. airstrikes, our own military is ... (more)


    August 12, 2014

    Navy Goes Overboard with Bible Purge

    There wasn't room at the inn for Jesus -- and now there isn't room at the Navy's Lodges either! After a string of good news on the religious liberty front, the Navy seems to be falling back into the military's bad habits on anti-faith censorship. Despite a longtime partnership with the Gideons, the director of the Navy Lodge program is tossing the ... (more)


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