Archive for January, 2015

Jan 30 2015

Ken Blackwell on Meet the Press

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Jan 30 2015

Tarnishing Freedom in Georgia

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It is documented that down in Georgia, opponents of personal legal rights and personalized flexibility are ratcheting up their smear campaign towards proposed spiritual liberty laws identified as the “Protecting against Govt Overreach on Religious Expression Act,” which is designed to make sure that individuals’ consciences cannot be simply trampled by intrusive government regulation.

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Jan 29 2015

Atlanta Mayor Steps up Disparaging Attacks on Main Cochran

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Very last week, Main Cochran lodged a complaint (known as a “charge of discrimination”) with the Equal Employment Chance Fee (“EEOC”) alleging that the Metropolis of Atlanta discriminated towards him for his religious beliefs when it fired him soon after he authored a e-book on Christianity which talked about homosexuality.

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Jan 28 2015

Standing Agency in a Changing The usa: How to be a Devoted, Younger, (Christian), Conservative

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Some observers argue that Christian community policy is lifeless or dying. Youthful Evangelical conservatives are named a unusual breed and soon turn into irrelevant old conservatives. Are these perceptions proper? And how ought to Christians navigate the shifting social landscape of 21st century The usa? Is it attainable to stand firmly for Christian ideas in […]

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Jan 28 2015

Auschwitz Liberated one.27.forty five

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The 2001 BBC movie Conspiracy can be seen on YouTube. The movie opens servants planning a excellent feast in an classy mansion. Next, we see a snowy scene, hunting down upon a forested lakeside villa The day of this gathering is January twenty, 1942.

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Jan 27 2015

What We Owe Winston Churchill-Liberty By itself

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I’m indebted to my good good friend Mark Tooley of the Institute on Faith and Democracy for this excellent reminder of the 50th Anniversary of Winston Churchill’s funeral.

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Jan 21 2015

The Supreme Court docket, prisoner legal rights, religious liberty, and human dignity

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These days, in Holt v. Hobbs, the Supreme Court docket issued a unanimous viewpoint (authored by Justice Alito) holding that the Spiritual Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (“RLIUPA”) offered a Muslim inmate the appropriate to workout his faith by expanding a ½ inch beard.

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Jan 20 2015

C.S. Lewis on Mere Liberty and the Evils of Statism

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David Theroux, founder and president of The Independent Institute and the C.S. Lewis Culture of California, recently gave a really considerate lecture titled “C.S. Lewis on Mere Liberty and the Evils of Statism.” David’s perceptive investigation of Lewis’s critique of “government as God” is effectively well worth viewing.  The Left continually tells us it understands […]

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Jan 17 2015

Open up Doors: Persecution and Christianity in the twenty first Century

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Open Doors: Persecution and Christianity in the 21st Century

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Jan 17 2015

The Pope on Family members, Relationship and Existence

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As an Evangelical in the classic Reformation custom, I’m not unaware of the theological distinctions between Catholicism and historic Protestantism. But all defenders of what we at Family members Study Council contact the “faith, household and freedom” agenda can just take heart from these wise and brave terms by Pope Francis, given just a few […]

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