WA State Supreme Court Punishes Florist for Operating Business According to her Religious Beliefs

In a much anticipated decision Washington state florist Barronelle Stutzman was punished today by the Supreme Court of the State of Washington for operating her business peacefully and lovingly according to her firmly and sincerely held religious beliefs. Barronelle is a 72 yea-old grandmother who operates her business, Arlene’s Flowers.…

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[VIDEO] Live Update From SCOTUS On Trump’s Supreme Court Pick

President Donald J. Trump has appointed Judge Neil Gorsuch of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by the late Antonin Scalia. Our President Jonathan Keller interviews our DC Correspondent Joshua Denton live from the steps of SCOTUS with full updates! Please share this video and comment by visiting our…

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Liberty University Plans to Build On-Campus Shooting Range

After recently permitting students to keep concealed weapons on campus, Liberty University is seeking a permit to build an on-campus shooting range.  The facility would be the first NRA-approved on-campus shooting range in the United States.   NRA-compliant: Liberty University to build nation's first on-campus firing range https://t.co/RjNvN8gmss pic.twitter.com/TCgF8DzRYV —…

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Public University Awards Credit for Volunteering at Planned Parenthood but not for Teaching Christian classes

A public university in Wisconsin is awarding credit to students for volunteering at Planned Parenthood presentations yet simultaneously refusing to award students credit for volunteering teaching classes to children in a Christian environment. Students at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire are required to serve 30 hours of service learning in…

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