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Archive for April, 2014

-The Future of Religious Freedom is Being Compromised by The Courts

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Here’s a video report from Citizen Link that explores how the future of our religious freedom in America is currently being compromised by recent court decisions around the country. Just yesterday we looked at the recent refusal of SCOTUS to consider one of these key cases from New Mexico and how that may affect religious […]

-Supreme Court Compromises Religious Liberty by Refusing New Mexico Case

Monday, April 7th, 2014

                                   (U.S. Supreme Court building: Wikipedia) The US Supreme Court has decided not to hear the New Mexico case concerning a  Photographer who refused to take on a same-sex ceremony because of religious convictions. So does Gay rights now trump religious rights? Apparently that is the law in the state of  New Mexico.  Here’s the […]

-Student Forced to Stop Reading Bible During After-School Program

Friday, April 4th, 2014

                                       (Photo credit: Wikipedia) This is another instance where a student has been denied his religious liberty because of the ignorance of school teachers and officials across America. In this case an elementary student was forced to stop reading his Bible in an after-school program. Not only that but the teachers even tried to take […]

-The Case of Brendan Eich: An Example of Gay Intolerance

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

                        (Brendan Eich via CrunchBase) Brendan Eich is the new CEO of Mozilla but the employees of the internet giant are tying to get him to resign for something he did years ago. What was that serious infraction that has the company workers so incensed and up in arms? Eich supported traditional marriage 6 years […]

-Saudi Arabia: Declares All Atheists ‘Terrorists’

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

                (King Abdullah: Wikipedia) The Saudi Arabian authorities have just declared that from now on all atheists are considered ‘terrorists’ in their country and subject to as much as 20 years in prison. Here’s the story from the UK Independent: Saudi Arabia has introduced a series of new laws which define atheists as terrorists, according […]

-Russia: First Crimea Next Alaska?

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

                               (Russian Orthodox Church in Alaska: Wikipedia) First Crimea next Alaska? Yes it is April Fools Day and this is my not so funny contribution. However ‘Alaska’ is now the favorite punch line to a joke that is supposedly making the rounds among the jubilant Russian leaders in Moscow. Also, 30,000 or so ‘Alaskans’ have […]