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Same-sex ‘wedding’ cakes heading back to Supremes

Only weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled a Christian baker was not required to prepare a same-sex “wedding” cake for a homosexual duo because of Colorado’s hostility toward his faith, the issue is once again being appealed to the nation’s highest court. The Oregon Supreme Court refused this week to consider the arguments of an Oregon couple […] ...

Facebook decides to censor ‘Trump Prophecies’ ads

“Almost abusive.” That’s how the producer of “The Trump Prophecies” said Facebook has been treating him regarding his attempts to advertise his movie. Fox News reports Facebook is “blocking” ads for the production. The movie is based on the book on retired firefighter Mark Taylor’s prediction April 28, 2011, in the middle of a debilitating sickness that […] ...

Archaeologist: We found site of wedding in Cana

An archaeologist is suggesting that he has discovered the site of the city of Cana where Jesus’ first miracle, the water-into-wine transformation, happened, according to the Bible. Aleteia, a site named “Best General Publisher” site by American Catholic Press Association, reported on the announcement from Tom McCollough, which was documented in the Biblical Archaeology Review. […] ...

Why Revolutionary War was not simply a regime change

At a time when most of the world was ruled by kings, Americans held its first popularly elected legislative assembly. Jamestown was initially a “company colony,” run by the 1606 Virginia Company Charter, which had by-laws and an appointed governor. The unforeseen crises, famines, diseases, Indian attacks, labor shortages and struggles to establish a cash […] ...

Why Revolutionary War was not simply a regime change

At a time when most of the world was ruled by kings, Americans held its first popularly elected legislative assembly. Jamestown was initially a “company colony,” run by the 1606 Virginia Company Charter, which had by-laws and an appointed governor. The unforeseen crises, famines, diseases, Indian attacks, labor shortages and struggles to establish a cash […] ...

Editors, CEOs warned against relying on SPLC leftists

The left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center has hundreds of millions of dollars banked, but the $3.4 million it paid for labeling a Muslim and his group “extremist” has motivated dozens of other groups targeted by SPLC to consider legal action. The leaders of 47 organizations that have been designated as “hate groups” by SPLC, mostly for their stances on […] ...

Barabbas made me cry

In the midst of a plague of bullets and nasty people, it’s a joy to stumble onto something significant yet unexpectedly beautiful. And on social media, no less. Performance art by Dance Revolution is one of these rare and under-appreciated gems. Nestled away next to YouTube videos such as “Orgasmic Meditation” and “Alien Brains” are […] ...

CAIR-linked firm behind SPLC smear of Muslim activist

A Muslim activist who campaigns against Islamic supremacism and terrorism may have ended up on the “anti-Muslim extremist” list of the Southern Poverty Law Center because of the influence of the Washington, D.C.-based Council on American-Islamic Relations, which has been designated a terrorist organization by an Arab Gulf state. Maajid Nawaz, the founder of the […] ...