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Black Democrat switches to Republican

Black Democrat switches to Republican

  ‘It was Democrats who defended rights of slave owners’ A state senator from Louisiana who recently announced his departure from the Democratic Party to become a Republican says the party of President Obama is one of “overseers.” State Sen. Elbert Guillory released a video Sunday explaining his reason for leaving the Democrats, citing their […]

Pro-Life: Meet Congressman Trent Franks

Pro-Life:  Meet Congressman Trent Franks

When Trent Franks was about 20 years old, a movie changed his life. “It showed a child in the throes of dying from a saline abortion,” the Arizona Republican congressman recalls in an interview. “The child’s skin had been burned off. And it was so poignant and so powerful to me that it made an […]

Hobby Lobby Awaits Appeals Decision

Hobby Lobby Awaits Appeals Decision

  WASHINGTON (BP) — Hobby Lobby’s hopes for deliverance by July 1 from huge fines under the Obama administration’s abortion/contraception mandate now rest with eight federal appeals court judges. Lawyers representing the chain of arts and crafts stores and the federal government presented oral arguments before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals May 23 in […]

Conservative Pastors Remain Firmly Opposed to Same-Sex Marriage

Conservative Pastors Remain Firmly Opposed to Same-Sex Marriage

A new national survey of such pastors conducted by the Center for the Study of American Culture and Faith revealed that more than nine out of every ten of those pastors (95%) remain opposed to same-sex marriage – and most of them are vehemently opposed. Overall, 88% of the pastors described themselves as “strongly opposed” […]

Valedictorian rips-up speech and recites the LORD’s Prayer

Valedictorian rips-up speech and recites the LORD’s Prayer

Valedictorian Roy Costner IV surprised the crowd who attended Liberty High School graduation at Littlejohn Colliseum in Clemson, S.C., on Saturday. He spoke for a few minutes about his family and thanked them for his Christian upbringing. He then said, “I think most of you will understand when I say, ‘Our Father, who art in […]

U.S. marriage rates are at historic lows but may soon rebound

U.S. marriage rates are at historic lows but may soon rebound

The marriage rate is at its lowest point in more than a century, and the number of marriages across the USA fell more than 5% during the recession. But a new analysis projects that pent-up demand and the large population of marriage-eligible Millennials, ages 18-34, means more will be headed to the altar over the […]

Liberty Counsel Denounces NSA Surveillance and Data Collection

Liberty Counsel Denounces NSA Surveillance and Data Collection

Benjamin Franklin said it right when he observed: “They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” Washington, DC—Liberty Counsel joins other freedom-loving Americans in denouncing the Obama Administration National Security Agency’s unconstitutional surveillance and massive data-collection efforts. “The President is conducting an all-out assault on […]

“Sexploitation” Slavery in America isn’t dead

“Sexploitation” Slavery in America isn’t dead

Slavery in America isn’t dead. It’s actually a thriving industry, cashing in more than $8 million a year. And New York has no law prohibiting this slavery. Nearly 20,000 victims are sold and trafficked every year for purposes of sexploitation. Humans — traded as a commodity, as if bought and sold on the stock exchange. […]

Obama ‘strongly’ opposes religious freedom

Obama ‘strongly’ opposes religious freedom

Obama admin. says it ‘strongly’ opposes religious freedom in military Thursday, June 13, 2013 The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Litigation Counsel Kellie Fiedorek regarding the Obama administration’s announcement that it “strongly” opposes a proposed amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act that would protect the religious freedom of men and […]

The Church and Social Media

The Church and Social Media

It seems not a month goes by without a social media brouhaha involving a high-profile Christian leader. Such was the case when a prominent pastor tweeted about the recent Oklahoma tornado in a manner that seemed to connect the deadly storm to an act of God’s judgment. In between such controversies, insightful blog posts or […]

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