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John Stonestreet Says We Need to Help Our African Brothers and Sisters in Their Never-ending Tribulation

When Jesus said, "In this world you'll have tribulation," He might have had Africa in mind. (more…)

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Michael Brown Makes It Clear: Yes, Homosexual Activists Want to Punish Christian Conservatives

Call me paranoid if you like, but I'm simply quoting what Tim Gill, the foremost LGBT political donor says in his own words: "We're going into the hardest states in the country," he declares. "We're going to punish the wicked," by which he means Christian conservatives. In short, if you will

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LISTEN: Arkansas University Chairman Says There is Anti-Christian Discrimination in Academia (UCNN 07/19/17)

https://soundcloud.com/danielwhyteiii/arkansas-university-chairman-says-there-is-anti-christian-discrimination-in-academia-ucnn-071917 1. AJC - Robert Maranto is the 21st Century Chair in Leadership in the Department of Education Reform at the University of Arkansas, and serves on the Fayetteville, Ark., school board. Maranto has written several pieces for the blog. In one, Maranto explores research on the inner workings of

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Betty Dukes outside a Walmart store in Pittsburg, Calif., in 2010. She led a class-action lawsuit accusing the company of discriminating against female employees. (Credit: Ben Margot/Associated Press)

Betty Dukes, Baptist Minister and Walmart Greeter Who Successfully Lobbied for Adult Materials to be Removed from View of Children, Dies at 67

Betty Dukes, a Walmart worker who led a class-action lawsuit accusing the company of discriminating against female employees — a landmark case that went all the way to United States Supreme Court — died on July 10 at her home in Antioch, Calif. She was 67. (more…)

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Christian 72-Year-Old Florist Fined for Refusing To Supply Flowers for Same-Sex Wedding Takes ‘Last Stand’ at Supreme Court

Barronelle Stutzman, also known as the "Christian grandma florist," is now asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear her appeal to reverse a Washington court's decision earlier this year that found her guilty of discrimination for refusing to provide flowers for a gay wedding. (more…)

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Christian Soldier In Nashville Army Reserves Unit Voices Concerns After Southern Baptist Military Chaplain Conducts ‘Transgender Policy Briefing’

Concerns are being raised after a Southern Baptist military chaplain recently conducted a “transgender policy briefing” for members of an Army reserves unit that is based in Nashville—a briefing that was mandatory and was determined by the chaplain as not being violative of the convictions of Christian soldiers. (more…)

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LGBT Mega-Donor Says his Next Goal Is To ‘Punish the Wicked’ Same-Sex Marriage Opponents Who Advocate For Laws Allowing Christians To Deny Some Forms of Service To Homosexuals

A prominent LGBT activist who has donated more than anyone else to LGBT causes has said that "wicked" people who advocate for laws protecting the religious freedom of conservative Christians to act in accordance with their views on marriage and sexuality need to be "punished." (more…)

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Tyler Perry to Play Pioneering African-American Filmmaker Oscar Micheaux In HBO Biopic

HBO is developing a biopic of pioneering African-American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux that has Tyler Perry on board to star. (more…)

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President Trump Urged To Address India’s Religious Repression During Prime Minister Modi’s Visit

United States senators urged President Trump to address India's deteriorating religious freedom conditions -- including its discrimination against foreign humanitarian organizations -- when he met with that country's prime minister Monday (June 26). (more…)

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Supreme Court Backs Church in Major Religious Rights Case

Churches and other religious entities cannot be flatly denied public money even in states where constitutions explicitly ban such funding, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday in a major religious rights case that narrows the separation of church and state. (more…)

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Alaska to Honor Segregated Black Soldiers Who Helped Build Famed World War II Highway

Leonard Larkins and nearly 4,000 other segregated black soldiers helped build a highway across Alaska and Canada during World War II, a contribution largely ignored for decades but drawing attention as the 75th anniversary approaches. (more…)

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Supreme Court Will Hear Case of Colorado Baker Who Refused To Make Wedding Cake For Same-Sex Couple, Will Decide Whether Businesses Can Deny Service To Homosexual Couples

Supreme Court justices voted to hear an appeal from the owner of a Colorado bakery who refused to create and design a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. (more…)

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Poll Says Younger Republicans Are More Liberal on Immigration

Young Republicans hold significantly more liberal views of immigrants and immigration than their older counterparts, reflecting a difference consistent with white Americans regardless of which political party they identify with, according to the latest American Values Atlas, a survey conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute survey. (more…)

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California Bans State Employee Travel to Texas, Alabama, South Dakota and Kentucky Over Anti-LGBT Rights Laws

California's attorney general blocked state-funded travel to Texas and three other states on Thursday in response to what he considers anti-LGBT rights laws enacted this year. (more…)

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Eric Holder Wants to Save America From President Trump

It's only been a week since the tragic near-assassination of roughly two dozen Republican congressmen and senators in Alexandria last Wednesday, and already some elements of the left are crawling back to their previous positions as full-throated warriors of the anti-Trump resistance, vowing to continue the fight for the causes

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Uber Founder and CEO Travis Kalanick Resigns

Travis Kalanick stepped down Tuesday as chief executive of Uber, the ride-hailing service that he helped found in 2009 and built into a transportation colossus, after a shareholder revolt made it untenable for him to stay on at the company. (more…)

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Texas Governor Signs Bill Protecting Religious Freedom of Faith-Based Adoption Groups

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed a bill into law that prevents the government from punishing faith-based adoption agencies that operate their organizations in accordance with their religious beliefs. (more…)

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