Posts Tagged: freedom
Pennsylvania Family Council has joined allied organizations and hundreds of thousands of American families across the nation to urge President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to fulfill their campaign promise to uphold and protect religious liberty in our … Read more
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Aaron and Melissa Klein have always been open about their Christian beliefs as owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa in Oregon. Like so many of the business owners whose liberty has … Read more
Some state lawmakers are pushing a bill that would create a new target for discrimination here in Pennsylvania against those who exercise their personal or religious freedom.
The so-called “Fairness” Act (SB 974 & HB 1510) would create special privileges … Read more
We encourage you to listen and share the story of Barronelle Stutzman – the 70-year-old grandmother being sued both personally and professionally for declining to make a floral arrangement for a same-sex wedding and referring three other florists for the … Read more
A judge has declared summary judgment against Barronelle Stutzman – the owner of Arlene’s Flowers that was sued by both the state of Washington and two men over not providing flowers for a same-sex wedding ceremony. Without even going to … Read more
Mozilla announced the resignation of its CEO Brendan Eich last Thursday amidst a multitude of protests from members of the LGBT community. Various individuals and organizations questioned Eich’s appointment to the position after it was discovered he donated $1,000 to … Read more
A Gallaudet University official suspended last year after she exercised free speech at church filed a lawsuit against the school.
Angela McCaskill was placed on administrative leave after she affirmed marriage after signing a petition for a … Read more
From Alliance Defense Fund:
Alliance Defense Fund Senior Counsel Gregory S. Baylor will join Geneva College President Ken Smith Tuesday at a press conference to announce a new federal lawsuit against the Obama administration’s unconstitutional mandate that religious employers provide … Read more
In a split 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the University of California’s Hastings College of the Law could legally remove official recognition to a Christian organization called the Christian Legal Society because of its prohibition … Read more