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Connecting the Dots on Marriage for Senate Republicans

Someone should tell Senate Republicans you don’t win the election dance by slapping the face of the date that brung ya.

Church of Scotland Approves Same-Sex Marriage

Church of Scotland ministers are now permitted to perform same-sex marriages if they choose.

Supreme Court to Review Colorado’s Constant Attacks on Jack Phillips, Other Christians

The United States Supreme Court will be looking into the years-long battle between Jack Phillips and the state of Colorado stemming from his refusal to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.

12 Countries Roll Back COVID Restrictions, Israel Scraps ‘Green Pass’

Sweden and Switzerland joined Denmark, Norway, Finland, Ireland, The Netherlands, Italy, Lithuania, France and the UK in announcing they will lift COVID restrictions and open up their countries.

Ireland to End Most CCP Virus Restrictions Including COVID Passport

Almost all CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus restrictions in Ireland will end on Saturday, including domestic COVID-19 Certificates, curfews, social distancing, and capacity limits.

European Court Dismisses Case Against Baker for Refusing to Make Cake Endorsing Gay Marriage

The European Court of Human Rights has upheld a 2018 ruling by the United Kingdom Supreme Court in favor of a Christian bakery in Northern Ireland that refused to bake and decorate a cake with a slogan affirming gay marriage.

A private business can discriminate based on a vaccine? Tell that to Christian photographers

“Oh, of course private businesses can collude with the government to ensure that you have no access to employment, goods, and services and are marginalized from society if you don’t share their values — don’t you know that?”

DeSantis Took on Washington in 2021

While much of the country bundles up around the holidays, Floridians revel in bragging about their “T-shirt weather.”

Kyle Rittenhouse Is Now Due Another Sort of Justice

I can tell you with certainty that right now attorneys for newly acquitted defendant Kyle Rittenhouse are working overtime. They are combing through every slanderous statement made about this young man. Every defamatory comment offered up before any facts were presented in a court of law is now under the microscope for possible litigation.

63% of Americans think parents should have ‘final say’ in public education: survey

A supermajority of Americans believe parents should have the final say in what their children learn in public schools as the national debate over the role of parents in public education and the material taught to students continues.

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