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Category: Faith

Dulles: They don’t name airports after just anyone

“There is only one defense – a defense compounded of eternal vigilance, sound policies, and high courage” – stated Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to the Overseas Press Club in New York, March 30, 1954. John Foster Dulles was born Feb. 25, 1888, in the home of his Civil War general grandfather. His father […] …

Abortion businesses’ dirty secrets now posted online

A team of pro-life activists has created a website giving the public access to reports from inspections done at abortion businesses across the country, as well as complaints they have faced – all taken from public records. It’s not a project that will make the abortionists happy. But it does reveal some of the details […] …

Judges rule public street, sidewalk aren’t ‘public’

When is a public street not a public street? And when is a public sidewalk not a public sidewalk? Apparently when a panel of three judges makes that claim, according to a dispute that has developed over Rodney Keister, a street preacher. He was ordered by the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa to shut up, […] …

Mattis called to put mission readiness before transgender activism

Defense Secretary James Mattis should put “mission readiness” above social agendas in his recommendation to the White House regarding whether or not transgendered persons should serve in the military, contends a military expert. Mattis on Friday delivered his recommendation to the White House, the Hill reported, but it was not released to the public. A Pentagon spokesman declined to discuss the […] …

Churches tell town council: Leave our beliefs alone

A lawsuit has been filed against the city of De Pere, Wisconsin, over a new nondiscrimination ordinance providing special protections for same-sex duos that purports to “control aspects of religious employment, facility use, and even advertising.” It’s a rule that city officials adopted just months ago, but the lawsuit explains that they not only neglected […] …

Dem candidate addresses Black September terror heritage

A Democrat congressional candidate who’s hoping to take over a longtime Republican district in California has a unique family heritage. Ammar Campa-Najjar, who the Israeli publication Haaretz said “is set to be endorsed by the California Democratic Party,” is the grandson of Muhammad Yusuf al-Najjar, a senior member of the Palestinian terror organization Black September. […] …

Homeschoolers rise up against criminal background checks

In the labyrinth of legislative maneuvering, when a committee chairman who represents the majority says a bill is going to be passed, it’s usually unwise to bet against that result. But when a bill in the Hawaii legislature that would have required parents to undergo a “child abuse and neglect history inquiry” as well as a “background check” to be […] …