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    A Tale of Two Yales
    May 23, 2019

    The tuition at Yale University is nothing compared to what it's costing students in another category: freedom. The third oldest college in America obviously doesn't remember a lot from its roots, when a group of ministers founded the school to fight the growing liberalism at Harvard. Imagine what those church leaders would think now -- 300 years later -- when it's not liberals being squeezed out ... (more)


    One Bryant Leap for Mankind
    May 23, 2019

    If the pro-abortion crowd is trying to spook Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant (R), they'll have to try harder. If there's one thing the Magnolia State leader doesn't do, it's scare easily. When he signed one of the earliest abortion bans into law this year, he expected it to be challenged. But he never once thought that was a good reason not to press on. ... (more)


    Dems Try to Script Hollywood's Next Move
    May 22, 2019

    Turns out, California does believe in tax breaks -- as long as they punish pro-lifers. One Democrat is so desperate to stop this new wave of abortion bans that she's trying to offer incentives to any studios willing to move their productions out of places like Georgia and Alabama. ... (more)


    Campus Censorship Leaves Students Speechless
    May 22, 2019

    When President Trump tried to crack down on college censorship in March, liberals argued that his order was unnecessary. But a new poll on free speech shows just how wrong they are. Most students would be perfectly happy making every campus a "First Amendment-free zone." And they're well on their way to that if something doesn't change -- and fast. ... (more)


    The Other Standoff in Iran: Religious Freedom
    May 22, 2019

    Right now, Iran is in the headlines almost every day. But as tensions escalate, there's another crisis in the region -- and it has to do with people of faith. This afternoon, on Capitol Hill, FRC President and USCIRF Commissioner Tony Perkins had the chance to address the wave of suffering in Iran at a special policy day hosted by International Christian Concern (ICC).
     
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