June 20, 2019Nation | Featured
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court ruled June 20 that the World War I memorial cross located on public property in Bladensburg, Md., is not unconstitutional and can remain standing.
In a 7-2 decision, SCOTUS rejected the lower courts claim in The...Read More
June 19, 2019Nation
DALLAS – The legal challenge to the constitutionality of the ministerial housing allowance is over – for now.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) announced June 14 it would not appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court judicial loss from March, thus...Read More
June 18, 2019Nation
WASHINGTON – Oregon bakers Aaron and Melissa Klein now will wait to see if the U.S. Supreme Court's insistence they receive a new hearing from a state court will produce a different result in their effort to practice their biblically based beliefs.Read More
June 17, 2019Nation
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, June 17, threw out an Oregon court's discrimination ruling against a Christian couple who declined to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding because of their religious convictions, ordering state judges to...Read More
June 14, 2019Nation | Featured
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary for the past three and a half years, is leaving her post to return to Arkansas.
President Donald Trump announced Huckabee’s departure via Twitter:
“After 3½ years, our...Read More
June 10, 2019Nation
OLYMPIA, Wash. – Barronelle Stutzman's commitment to operate her florist business according to Christian convictions again found an unreceptive audience in Washington's highest court.
The state Supreme Court ruled in a unanimous decision June 6...Read More
June 9, 2019Nation | Featured
COULD legal abortion soon be a thing of the past?
Forty-six years ago the U.S. Supreme Court federally legalized abortion with its decision in the case of Roe v. Wade. The decision sparked a polarizing national debate that continues today.
On Jan....Read More
June 6, 2019Nation
WASHINGTON – Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore and other pro-life leaders welcomed the Trump administration's newly announced decision to halt internal research by a federal entity using tissue from electively aborted babies.
The Department...Read More
June 4, 2019Nation
AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sued the San Antonio City Council June 3 for public records involved in the council's decision to exclude Chick-fil-A from an airport concessions contract.
The council excluded the chain in March expressly...Read More