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Comey’s memo leak contact had ‘special government employee’ status at FBI

The Columbia law professor James Comey used as a go-between last year to leak the contents of sensitive memos to the media confirmed to Fox News on Tuesday that he previously worked as a “special government employee” (SGE) for Comey’s FBI on an unpaid basis.

Little Sisters granted right to defend selves against state attack

The Little Sisters of the Poor, a Roman Catholic charity that cares for poor and elderly around the world, fought the Obama administration’s requirement that employers pay for abortion pills for employees. But protection for their right not to compromise their faith for a political agenda was only five days old when Pennsylvania sued to overturn […] …

Snopes ‘sneaky liar’ about California’s anti-Christian plan

  WND reported recently when Liberty Counsel, a highly respected legal team that has addressed some of the most contentious religious issues in the country, warned that a legislative proposal in California effectively would ban the sale of Bibles. It’s because the proposed law forbids counseling that a man is a man, not a woman. […] …

Protecting your medical privacy is possible, expert says

You can protect your medical privacy, despite a new wave of threats, according to an expert. Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D., outlined in a new WND commentary Tuesday how ownership of private medical information was usurped by President Obama’s Troubled Assets Relief Program. Then came the admission by Facebook that the private data of some 87 million people were improperly compiled and used to target […] …

See what kind of economic future your state has

Businesses and families vote with their feet, and a new study of the states with the brightest economic futures suggests lower taxes and less regulation are a prescription for sustained growth while heavy burdens from government lead to decline. In the 2018 edition of “Rich States, Poor States,” published by the American Legislative Exchange Council, […] …

Carter Center sued for using taxpayer funds to aid terrorism

The nonprofit charity of former president Jimmy Carter has been sued for allegedly using taxpayer funds to provide material support to international terrorist groups in the Holy Land, in violation of federal law. While the Trump administration has curbed funding to the Palestinian Authority for its support of terrorism, the Justice Department has filed to dismiss […] …