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  • Legal challenge to pastors' housing allowance comes to an end June 17, 2019
    Atheists have apparently lost faith in their lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the tax-free parsonage allowance permitted under federal law.
  • Illegals sue Border Patrol over overcrowding, no legal reps June 17, 2019
    Escalating the crisis of immigrants pouring over the United States-Mexico border, seven Central American illegal aliens are suing the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), claiming overcrowding at Border Patrol facilities and complaining about not having enough access to legal representation.
  • Church leaders under the thumb of Beijing gov't June 17, 2019
    A church in China has been experiencing extreme harassment from the Chinese government for the past six months. The pastor is still missing after being arrested in early December.
  • Survey: 1 in 4 okay with trans athletes competing in women's sports June 17, 2019
    The head of a Christian sports ministry is concerned by a poll conducted to gauge public support for transgender males competing against females in women's sports events.
  • 'Birth strike' a missed chance at parenthood June 17, 2019
    Sad and tragic: that's what some people are calling an effort by climate alarmists to go on a “birth strike."
  • Bakers receive sweet message from SCOTUS June 17, 2019
    A religious liberty law firm is applauding the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to throw out a ruling by an Oregon court that punished Christian bakers for refusing to make a wedding cake for two lesbians.
  • Pastor: Identity politics, Marxism basis of So. Baptist resolution June 17, 2019
    The Southern Baptist Convention passed a resolution last week that one pastor says alludes to a Marxist ideology as a complement to biblical solutions to racism and other cultural ills.
  • Live Action gets banned after whistleblower spills all June 17, 2019
    A popular photo-sharing website known for its holiday recipes and home décor banned a pro-life group after a whistleblower revealed the company was blocking access to millions of users.
  • Pro-lifers see prayers answered over lost lease June 17, 2019
    Planned Parenthood is looking for a new location in Arkansas, which a pro-life activist calls an answered prayer.
  • Sen. Blackburn introduces campus free-speech resolution June 17, 2019
    Voicing their concern about suppression of First Amendment rights on college and university campuses, ten U.S. senators are co-sponsoring a resolution to support free speech.
  • Kid cartoons beat CNN after Mueller report letdown June 17, 2019
    The viewers who were clinging to CNN's daily promises of President Trump in a prison cell have fled the cable news channel by the thousands.
  • Obama adviser ripped for defense of Iran in attacks June 16, 2019
    Former President Barack Obama’s top advisor Ben Rhodes was blasted Friday by Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) for coming to Iran’s defense and downplaying its involvement in the two oil tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman after U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo publicly blamed the Islamic Republic for the aggression.
  • Dem strategy 'a waste of time' June 15, 2019
    A conservative activist believes a scheduled House panel hearing on slavery reparations is all about politics.
  • What Trump should've said June 15, 2019
    A conservative activist is outraged that President Donald Trump is once again being attacked for his nonexistent foreign collusion.
  • S.F. not a 'sanctuary city' for 13 white male cops June 15, 2019
    San Francisco, California, might provide a safe harbor for illegal aliens looking to evade the law, but it is doing little to safeguard the right of 13 white male cops to move up the career ladder based on merit – with less-qualified minority and female candidates receiving promotions over them.
  • The socialist pattern June 15, 2019
    Though critics are quick to dismiss many of the things Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) is pushing, the presidential candidate continues to find an audience.
  • Conscience rights at risk June 15, 2019
    Though the U.S. House continues to work on an appropriations bill that so far damages the pro-life cause, one pro-lifer says the House won't have the last word.
  • Is friendship blind? June 15, 2019
    A national defense analyst believes President Trump has gone out of his way to complement one of the world's worst human rights violators.

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