Posts Categorized: Religious Freedom
(From Gary Bauer’s End of Day Report, 11/8/12)
Stockton Springs Community Church in Waldo County, Maine, was vandalized earlier this week because its pastor is an outspoken advocate of the biblical definition of marriage.
“Our congregation has taken a loving … Read more
We’ve come to the end of another president election. We’re through the damages of Hurricane Sandy and the recent Nor’easter. As the political ads subside and the clean-up from the storms continues, one thing remains clear – the body of … Read more
State Rep. Babette Josephs, D-Philadelphia, has introduced a bill, HB 2691, to ban sexual orientation change efforts (SOCE) through counseling. If passed, the bill would make it illegal for counselors in Pennsylvania to help minors with unwanted same-sex attractions.
The … Read more
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The Family Planning Summit spearheaded by Melinda Gates and held in London last July secured commitments of $4.6 billion for contraceptives for poor women. At the summit the U.S. State Dept announced a partnership with the Gates Foundation … Read more
A judge’s order will not stop the Obama administration from pressing forward in its quest to punish a Catholic family’s business for refusing to comply with the HHS mandate.
The arts-and-crafts supply retailing giant Hobby Lobby joined dozens of other employers suing the Obama administration over a mandate forcing them to offer contraceptives and potential abortion-inducing drugs in employee insurance plans.
by Tom Shaheen
Hostility against religious liberty has reached an all-time high, and the attacks are increasing at an unprecedented rate. America’s First Liberty – the freedom of religion – is being pushed out of public life, our schools, and … Read more
Wednesday morning at the offices of the Family Research Council in Washington, DC, a man entered the building and made remarks about “not liking FRC’s politics.” An FRC building manager, Leo Johnson, took interest in the man’s intentions for being … Read more
August 3, 2012 | No comments | Posted in Family, Politics, Religious Freedom, Sexuality | Tags: Chick-fil-A, free speech, Harrisburg, homosexuality, marriage, pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Family Institute, Politics, religious freedom, Talk Radio
I always appreciate the opportunity to appear as a guest on talk radio – even when the host or the callers disagree with my viewpoints. The on-air give-and-take on significant issues of the day can help bring light to a … Read more