Freedom of Religion

It’s ‘Not Moral’ to Request Abstinence to Stop Monkeypox: LGBT Activists

New CDC data confirms that monkeypox overwhelmingly occurs in men who identify as gay or bisexual and who engage in risky sexual behavior—yet LGBT activists have said it is “not moral” to ask men to refrain from sex until the government can get the virus corralled.

A Transplant Miracle That Defied COVID Tyranny

Leilani Lutali and Jaimee Fougner are alive, giggling and ready to fight for truth, justice and faith.

Hong Kong’s Coming Religious Crackdown

Freedom of speech, assembly and the press are gone in Hong Kong, and there’s good reason to fear religious liberty will be the next target.

Sports Illustrated: Court Win for Praying Coach Would Erode Democracy

Sports Illustrated has been known since it was founded in 1954 for talented writers who craft engaging you-are-there features, and Greg Bishop is no exception.

Minneapolis to Publicly Broadcast the Islamic Call to Prayer Over Loudspeakers

“It’s a sign that we are here,” said Yusuf Abdulle.

Supreme Court Rejects Parents’ Appeal for Religious Exemptions to COVID Vaccine Mandate

The high court rejected an appeal from parents who challenged New York's decision to remove religious exemptions to the COVID vaccine mandate for schools.

Ilhan Omar Faces Pushback for Complaining About Singing Christians on Airplane

Twitter users mocked Rep. Ilhan Omar after she hinted about the unfair reaction she and her Muslim family would receive on an airplane compared to airplane passengers singing Christian songs.

Biden Accused of ‘Purposefully Purging Christians From the Military’

Using vaccine mandates to target and eliminate the faithful.

Three Brothers Prepare to Exit Military as Religious Exemptions for COVID Shots Denied

The three Misiura brothers have a family history of military service. Their grandfather was a Navy machinist in the Korean War, their father was in the Air Force, and each of the brothers enlisted with pride to carry on the family legacy and support American liberty.

Pro-life Activist Can Proceed With Lawsuit Against City of Charlotte, Judge Rules

A federal judge has ruled that a pro-life sidewalk counselor’s lawsuit against the City of Charlotte can proceed. David Benham, who filed the lawsuit, was arrested on April 4, 2020, outside of A Preferred Women’s Health Center.

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