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    Sound of Silence: Teacher Fired over Trans Pronouns Sues School
    October 02, 2019

    West Point High School French teacher Peter Vlaming is a soft-spoken man who was well loved by his students. He wasn't looking for a fight. He was just looking to do his job. But when the school demanded that he use male pronouns for a biological girl student who had decided to identify as a transgender boy, Mr. Vlaming was faced with the choice: follow his beliefs and potentially lose his job -- or violate his beliefs and keep it. (continue reading...)


    Religious Liberty Is in the Bible
    October 02, 2019

    At his third visit to the United Nations General Assembly, President Trump impressed on world leaders the importance of religious freedom, a topic rarely discussed at the U. N. Specifically, the president noted that "80 percent of the world's population lives in countries where religious liberty is in significant danger or even completely outlawed." (He focused extensively on China and Iran). He promised "Americans will never tire in our effort to defend and promote freedom of worship and religion." (continue reading...)


    VVS Welcomes Back Dennis Prager!
    October 02, 2019

    He's been broadcasting on radio since 1982, but on October 11th, Dennis Prager will be behind a different mic -- at the Values Voter Summit. This will be the second time the popular host, author, lecturer, and co-founder of PragerU has spoken at VVS. As part of Friday night's program, FRC is hosting a special screening of Prager's new film, No Safe Spaces: You Have the Right to Remain Silent, before its official launch later this month. (Check out the trailer below!) (continue reading...)


    Judge: Christian Group Can Be Led by Christians
    October 01, 2019

    The InterVarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship is a Christian student group that serves 772 campuses across the country, providing weekly Bible studies, prayer, worship, and fellowship. They also seek to serve others in the community with their fundraisers, including being the top fundraiser for C.R.O.P., a charity that works to alleviate global poverty. (continue reading...)


    Parents Fight Back: Sex and Kindergarten in America
    October 01, 2019

    "I dare you... Hold up the textbook in front of the camera and show them a picture of what 10-year-olds are going to be asked to see." That was Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers's (R) challenge to reporters, when they asked him about his fierce response to the radical Left's sex ed. He pointed to a book, called It's Perfectly Normal, that isn't normal at all -- unless you're one of those rare individuals who think teaching anal sex to five-year-olds is a good idea. (continue reading...)


    HHS: With E-Cigs, Life Is Not a Vapor
    October 01, 2019

    They come in mango, bubble gum, watermelon, even Fruit Loop flavors -- but these e-cigarettes aren't candy. They're dangerous and unregulated -- and fighting to bring them under control may be the first area of common ground between both parties in a very long time. (continue reading...)


    Pot Bill Tokes the Line on Public Safety
    September 30, 2019

    When the alarm went off at Jennifer Hrobuchak's work, the 22-year-old district manager didn't think twice. She got in her car in the early morning hours and headed off to the store to investigate. The new college graduate, who had hoped to have a career saving people from drugs, never saw the man run through the red light straight at her. At 82 miles per hour, he slammed Jennifer's car across the road into a building that crushed and killed her. (continue reading...)


    Freedom Denied: Communist China's Red Legacy
    September 30, 2019

    Over 580 tanks, 160 fighter jets, and 15,000 soldiers and sailors will parade through Tiananmen Square Tuesday to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the communist-led People's Republic of China (PRC). Amidst the fanfare and dramatic exhibitions, a lot of people might ask what, exactly, Beijing is celebrating. The last 70 years in China have seen millions of deaths by starvation, a repressive one-child policy, and social unrest. (continue reading...)


    Judge Fosters Win for Faith-Based Adoption
    September 27, 2019

    She was just five years old, but Shamber Flore still remembers that life. She understood gangs, sex, drugs, and violence "before most kids learn their ABCs." Her earliest memories are waiting for her prostitute mom to come find her after meeting up with strange men. When her dad bothered to show up, he only added to the abuse.  (continue reading...)


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