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What Does Joe Biden's HHS Nominee Have to Do with the Senate Run-Offs in Georgia?
December 14, 2020: To those who cares about faith, family, and freedom, Joe Biden's announcement that he will nominate Xavier Becerra to be his head of the Department of Health and Human Services should set off alarms. Here are three things you need to know about this nomination.
Taxpayer Funding of Abortion and Abortion Businesses
December 7, 2020: Ever since the Supreme Court handed down its infamous Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, legalizing abortion nationwide, a national debate has raged over whether the government should subsidize ... (more)
Warnock Professes To Be a Christian, But Look What He Actually Believes
December 6, 2020: The eyes of the political world are on Georgia, where a pair of runoff Senate races will decide control of the U.S. Senate for the 117th Congress.
Religious Freedom Index Underscores Importance of Faith In American Life
December 4, 2020: Americans cherish religious freedom. And the COVID-19 crisis has reminded people of faith, especially how much they value this critical First Amendment right. For me, a Christian, the past eight months of lockdowns have underscored the importance of in-person worship or, rather, the importance of fellowship in nurturing one's spiritual life.
Religious Freedom in China: The History, Current Challenges, and the Proper Response to a Human Rights Crisis
December 3, 2020: December 2020 Edition The People's Republic of China (PRC) restricts religious practice and oppresses religious minorities on a sweeping scale. China's religious persecution targets those ... (more)
Walter Williams - A Warrior For Liberty!
December 2, 2020: Patriot. Friend. Teacher. Student. Husband. Father. Legendary thinker. Christ follower. On this day of profound mourning for Professor Walter E. Williams, it is difficult to summarize the life and legacy of my friend with only a few words.
When Churches Should Defy COVID-19 Restrictions
December 2, 2020: In response to an upward surge in COVID-19 cases this fall, state and local governments are issuing new mandates intended to mitigate the spread of the virus. However, some of these well-intentioned mandates unfairly target houses of worship and infringe on the religious liberty of millions of Americans. Because some state and local governments have treated churches and other houses of worship unequally during the pandemic, it begs the question:
A Reminder: State Legislators Have Constitutional Power Over Elections
November 27, 2020: Principles critical to the foundational freedom of this nation and its citizens must be preserved and vigorously defended regardless of who takes the presidential oath every four years. With our "three-layer cake" of government responsibilities at the federal, state, and local levels, America's unique shared governance is defined by the U.S. Constitution. After this election and its nearly endless allegations of vote fraud, no role is more important than state legislators, who hold sole power to determine election policy and procedure.
No Proof of Harm
by Peter Sprigg
November 23, 2020: Sexual orientation change efforts (SOCE), referred to by critics as "conversion therapy," have been criticized by LGBT activists for decades.