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    August 04, 2014

    Natural Marriage Courts Appeal

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Cincinnati will hear cases on Wednesday challenging the male-female definitions of marriage found in the constitutions of Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan. Each of those states had defined marriage as the union of one man and one woman, and each was declared unconstitutional by federal ... (more)


    August 01, 2014

    As Religious Freedom Awakens, U.S. Must Not Snooze

    Just this week, the State Department released its 2013 International Religious Freedom Report. The report highlights numerous religious freedom violations taking place world-wide throughout 2013, and documents many of these violations in a serious and detailed manner which will be helpful to a variety of interested groups and policy makers. This ... (more)


    July 31, 2014

    Liberal Judges Sacrifice Women's Safety to Abortion Agenda

    Earlier this week, in a transparent act of judicial slight-of-hand, two judges on the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled a pro-life bill in Mississippi unconstitutional. They enjoined the law not because of what it says -- it merely brings abortion regulations back in line with state standards for ambulatory surgical centers -- but because holding ... (more)


    July 30, 2014

    Rule of Law Suits Congress

    The House votes today on a resolution that authorizes the House of Representatives to sue the President for his repeated disregard of the Rule of Law and the separation of powers. The outstanding question remains whether courts will grant the House standing or not. Under the Constitution, it's the duty of Congress as the legislative branch to ... (more)


    July 29, 2014

    Guard Gives Kids' Camp the Boot

    Whether it's erasing a Bible verse on a white board or the banning of pocket-sized Gideon Bibles from an Air Force base, our military service members, under the Obama administration, have experienced an unprecedented rise in the suppression of their religious speech. Members of the Missouri National Guard are now finding out that even associating ... (more)


    July 28, 2014

    Congress: The Good, Bad, and Ugly

    Despite Congress's gridlock on a host of issues related to our national security and economic stability, last week included two bright spots for conservatives interested in common-sense policy reforms. The good news: coming just a day after news of Meriam Ibrahim's safe travels with her family to Italy, Congress gave advocates of international ... (more)


    July 25, 2014

    Rights Gone Wrong in the Senate

    The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) has a dubious name. While it may sound like it would help Americans and people around the world with disabilities, the treaty could dangerously undermine United States laws protecting persons with disabilities, specifically the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). ... (more)


    July 24, 2014

    Meriam is Free!

    One can only imagine the emotional roller coaster that Meriam Ibrahim and her family have been on in the last few weeks as she has gone from prison chains in Khartoum to having a conversation with the Pope in Rome. Late last night, a Member of Congress that we've been working with to secure the release of Meriam called to alert me to the fact that ... (more)


    July 23, 2014

    ObamaCare Courts Confusion Again

    In its short existence, it seems like ObamaCare has spent more time in the courtroom than it has in the doctor's office. Yesterday, two federal appeals courts handed down conflicting rulings as it relates to ObamaCare subsidies for those who purchase healthcare through federally-created exchanges in their state. The D.C. Appeals Court ruled in ... (more)


    July 22, 2014

    Persecution a Mute Point at Obama White House

    As Iraqi Christians fled Mosul this weekend, the horror of having to leave home because of one's faith was met with the further indignity of being stripped of all but the clothes on their backs. The jihadists of ISIS forced out the last remaining Christians whose legacy in Mosul goes back to the very origins of Christianity. According to early ... (more)


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