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UN LGBT Czar’s First Report Falsifies UN Record

The first report issued by Vitit Muntarbhorn, the new UN independent expert on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues goes well beyond his new office’s mandate of merely preventing violence. The new report in fact targets children, promotes homosexual marriage, denigrates traditional culture and religion and endorses interference into the internal affairs of sovereign states. The […]

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How ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ May Be Too Close To Reality In California

Since its publication in 1985, “The Handmaid’s Tale” has been a beloved novel to progressives because of its warning against religious, especially Christian, extremism. The Republic of Gilead, a successor to a fallen United States, is the setting of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel, where environmental catastrophe caused widespread infertility.

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Supreme Court sets aside case of Christian baker, same-sex wedding cake

The Supreme Court on Monday put off a decision on whether to hear a highly watched case involving a Christian baker who declined to make a cake for a same-sex wedding — the 13th time the high court has held the decision over, sparking speculation the justices will duck the case.

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Bill Protecting Faith-Based Adoption Agencies in Texas on Way to Governor’s Desk

The Texas Senate early Monday passed a bill to allow faith-based adoption and foster care providers to operate based on their religious beliefs.

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Kentucky Court Ruling Protects Artist’s Free Speech, Religious Liberty

When should a business owner’s decisions be condemned as illegal discrimination? Imagine a print shop owned by a devout atheist. A Muslim woman, wearing a hijab, walks into the shop and orders a sign saying, “Allahu Akbar! Allah is greater than all!”

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Cardinal Burke: ‘I hope to continue to be able to suffer for the faith’

ROME, May 19, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Cardinal Raymond Burke received in person on Friday the Law of Life Achievement Award, a replica of the nail that held Jesus to the cross. The award, given to those who have endured suffering in the fight to defend and protect life and family, honors the Cardinal for his […]

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What’s at Stake in the Left’s Effort to Redefine ‘Sex’ in Pennsylvania Law

“In a quietly released statement issued late on a Friday afternoon, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, an agency of the state government, announced a proposal to effectively redefine the word “sex” in the state’s discrimination law to also include “sexual orientation” and “gender identity,” or “SOGI” for short. This proposal wouldn’t change the law—only the […]

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Moral enhancement won’t work, claim bioethicists

“A recent study in the journal Bioethics finds that “moral enhancement technologies” are neither feasible nor wise, based on an assessment of existing research into these technologies. The idea behind moral enhancement is to use biomedical techniques to make people more moral. Drugs, surgical techniques or neurological interventions are often mentioned as examples. “There are […]

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