Christians are the world’s most-persecuted religion — here’s how they react under fire

by Peter Burns | September 18, 2017   Christian responses to persecution are almost always nonviolent and, with very few exceptions, do not involve acts of terrorism. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty) Nariman El-Mofty Christians are “the most widely targeted religious community, suffering terrible persecution globally” according to a study released this year by University of Notre Dame’s Center … More Christians are the world’s most-persecuted religion — here’s how they react under fire

Backup plan launched ‘to force people of faith to abandon beliefs’

Looking to make exercise of religion subservient to LGBT rights in all cases   Democrats in Congress already have staged a massive campaign to promote their Equality Act, which would impose the LGBT agenda on churches and faith-based organizations. But now they’re working on a backup plan should the aggressive Equality Act fail. It’s named the … More Backup plan launched ‘to force people of faith to abandon beliefs’

Consumer demands to see state records on Abortion practitioners – Jail Abortionist for 99 years

  Kermit Gosnell Pennsylvania’s policy concealing the identities and activities of abortionists is being challenged in court by a legal team warning that it led to the horrors of Kermit Gosnell, who was convicted of the gruesome murder of infants. The Thomas More Society wants the state health department to disclose, under a public right-to-know law, the … More Consumer demands to see state records on Abortion practitioners – Jail Abortionist for 99 years

Will Johnson Amendment Repeal Put Politics in the Pulpit?

May 8, 2017  by  Bob Adelmann   According to the Wall Street Journal, repeal of the Johnson Amendment isn’t likely to have much impact on preaching from the pulpit, and it could instead cause problems. Writer Ian Lovett wrote that lifting the ban “could cause problems for houses of worship … creating fault lines in … More Will Johnson Amendment Repeal Put Politics in the Pulpit?

Catholic Archdiocese Nixes Girl Scouts and Says No to Cookie Sales

May 5, 2017  by  Selwyn Duke The Girl Scouts are un-Christian. This essentially is the conclusion of the Archdiocese of Kansas City (AKC), Kansas, which announced Monday that it’s finally severing ties with the increasingly secular, left-wing group. Kansas City archbishop Joseph F. Naumann announced the decision in a statement in which he wrote that … More Catholic Archdiocese Nixes Girl Scouts and Says No to Cookie Sales

Inherently Unreasonable Administrative Subpoenas Advance Police State, Violate the Constitution

  May 3. 2017 By Mark Fitzgibbons   United States Constitution (Wikimedia Commons Photo) The Regulatory Accountability Act of 2017 would rein in judicial deference to the discretion of administrative agencies in construing their own powers, effectively limiting the 1984 Supreme Court decision in Chevron U.S.A., Inc. v. Natural Resources Defense Council. The legislation, however, … More Inherently Unreasonable Administrative Subpoenas Advance Police State, Violate the Constitution

Church Groups Oppose Repeal of the Johnson Amendment

April 20, 2017  by  Bob Adelmann   Part of a letter sent to top members of Congress earlier this month and signed onto by 99 churches says: “The charitable sector, particularly houses of worship, should not become another cog in a political machine or another loophole in campaign finance laws.” Pushback to President Donald Trump’s … More Church Groups Oppose Repeal of the Johnson Amendment

Rogue Judges Claim “LGBT” Discrimination Protected by Civil Rights Law

April 5, 2017  by  Selwyn Duke In another example of judges attempting to make law, a Chicago federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that central-government civil-rights legislation says something it doesn’t — that it prohibits job discrimination against lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, and “transgender” employees. Writes NBC News, “The decision, from the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals … More Rogue Judges Claim “LGBT” Discrimination Protected by Civil Rights Law