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    Tired of Christians Being Harassed? Join the Club!
    December 16, 2019

    A school can't pick and choose which students have rights--but that hasn't stopped one New York district from trying! Once Daniela Barca wrote down that she was a Christian trying to start a club, her application was doomed. Roy C. Ketcham High School administrators didn't care that there's such a thing as the Equal Access Act. They didn't care that there were 20 other clubs on campus. They only cared that Daniela had faith and might spread it. (continue reading...)


    Posing as an 11-Year-Old Online: The Scary Things One Mom Learned
    December 16, 2019

    "When parents think about predators, they think about someone tossing their kid in a trunk and driving off. They don't think about the unseen abuse that happens online," Sloane Ryan lamented at the table where they were working. "What if we just set up fake accounts ourselves to demonstrate to parents what can happen online?" her friend, Brian, asked. "I raised both eyebrows at the idea. Waited a beat to see if he was joking. He wasn't." (continue reading...)


    Anger Flickers over Abortion Candle
    December 13, 2019

    Nothing says Christmas like the trees, snow, twinkling lights, and abortions. Wait -- you mean you don't think of destroying innocent children over hot cocoa? That's odd, because at the Texas Equal Access (TEA) Fund, abortion and Christmas go together like holly and ivy. They're so sure killing babies will put you in the festive mood that they're giving away candles that say "Abortion Is Magical." (continue reading...)


    Returning to the Obscene of the Crime
    December 13, 2019

    If you're indifferent about the crisis of pornography, the New York Times can change that -- almost instantly. The paper jolted an entire nation into caring last year with its jarring exposé, "What Teenagers Are Learning from Online Porn" (warning: extremely graphic). What kids think is normal will shock and sober you. Because these aren't Playboy magazines stashed under a teenage boy's bed. (continue reading...)


    When Expressing Your Religious Beliefs Is a Crime
    December 13, 2019

    Described by his friends as a humble, simple man who made bread for his church's communion services, 43-year-old Abdo Adel found himself sentenced to three years in an Egyptian prison. His crime? "Insulting Islam in the first degree." Residing in a small village in Egypt, a Facebook post comparing Islamic prophet Muhammad with Jesus was all it would take to violate the country's blasphemy laws. (continue reading...)


    Game of Loans: China's World Bank Uyghur Scam
    December 12, 2019

    There isn't a civilized country on earth that wants any part of China's chain of concentration camps. Certainly not this one. So imagine Americans' shock when they find out that our tax dollars have been streaming across the ocean to help fund these modern torture chambers. The news has been especially horrifying to U.S. officials, who've poured more money than anyone into the World Bank -- believing it was helping the needy, not an army of communist monsters. (continue reading...)


    Students We Have Heard on High
    December 12, 2019

    About half of American college students have listened to their professors go on anti-Trump tirades. The other 54 percent might get their chance soon, thanks to the president's executive order targeting anti-Semitism on U.S. campuses. In a lot of places, anti-Semitism is even rivaling the most acceptable form of intolerance in higher education: conservatism. And that's exactly why this administration is pushing back. (continue reading...)


    CBS Doesn't Hold a Scandal to SPLC
    December 12, 2019

    You'd think that liberal news outlets would get tired of schlepping around the Southern Poverty Law Center's (SPLC) baggage. After a devastating year -- one that saw all of SPLC's top leadership resign over workplace sexism and racism -- it seemed, at least for a while, that the media would stop propping up the disgraced anti-Christian cesspool of bigotry. Apparently not. At CBS, they'd rather take the word of an organization being sued by its own employees than a conservative victim of the SPLC's labeling. (continue reading...)


    School Tests Parents' Limits with Prostitute
    December 11, 2019

    If it's okay for drag queens to host story hour, what about prostitutes? At one Austin, Texas elementary school, students got both! In what some parents are calling "a sign of things to come" under the city's radical new sex ed, the kids at Blackshear Fine Arts Academy had an unexpected visitor -- with an even more unexpected background. But as shocked as parents were to learn that "Miss Kitty Litter ATX" was a convicted criminal, they were even more horrified to find out that the school district knew it! (continue reading...)


    Sheriff's Office to Extremists: 'Get behind Me, Satan!'
    December 11, 2019

    Usually, the local law enforcement is finding the offenders -- not doing the offending. But at the Freedom from Religion Foundation, where indignation is literally a full-time job, it's tough to do anything without insulting someone. When the Walker County sheriff called the town to pray after a tragedy, the foundation was irate. That's because, as far as they're concerned, embracing faith is the real crime. (continue reading...)


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