Conservative Groups Sue DOJ Over Information About Attacks on Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers

Conservative groups filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) this week, asking a federal court to compel the agency to release records about how it has handled attacks on churches and pro-life organizations.

U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Christian Preacher’s Challenge to University

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a traveling Christian evangelist's free-speech challenge to a University of Alabama requirement that he obtain a permit before handing out religious pamphlets and preaching from a sidewalk adjacent to its campus.

California Bill Seeks To Provide Abortions, Trans Treatment In States Where It’s Banned

A new bill in California, SB 345, seeks to protect doctors who provide abortion medication by mail to women in states where the medication, or the procedure itself, is banned.

These 12 Defensive Uses of Guns Support Student’s Plea for Armed Self-Defense

After a gunman killed three students last month at Michigan State University, the campus was quickly awash in cries for more gun control.

Pope Francis Raises Possibility of Allowing Catholic Priests to Marry, Calling Celibacy a ‘Temporary Prescription’

Pope Francis has raised the possibility of reconsidering the celibacy requirement for Catholic priests, stating that it is a "temporary prescription" and could be relaxed, although he did not believe it would encourage more men to consider a clerical vocation.

West Virginia Legalizes Open Carry On College Campuses

Republican West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice officially signed a bill into law that allows concealed carry permit holders to carry their firearms on the campuses of state colleges and universities.

East Palestine Workers Experiencing ‘Headaches,’ ‘Nausea’

While Biden says he will visit East Palestine, Ohio, "at some point," workers are reporting severe headaches and nausea after failure to be provided protective equipment.

AG Repeals Decision to Allow Religious Charter Schools – Claims It Creates a ‘Slippery Slope,’ Violates Oklahoma Constitution

On Thursday, Oklahoma Attorney General Gentner Drummond repealed his predecessor's decision to allow taxpayer-funded religious charter schools, claiming that the opinion created a "slippery slope" and violated the state's constitution, the Daily Caller News Foundation reported.

Catholic Clergy to Receive Book on Denying Communion to Pro-Choice Politicians

"The Church cannot remain silent and indifferent to a public offense against the Body and Blood of Christ," the book says.

Biden Admin Negotiates Deal to Give WHO Authority Over U.S. Pandemic Policies

The Biden administration is readying to sign a "legally binding" agreement with the World Health Organization that would permit it the authority to dictate U.S. policies during a pandemic, The Epoch Times has reported.

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