A Michigan law that requires public schools to release students for up to two hours per week with parental permission for off-campus religious instruction hasn’t stopped Fremont Public Schools from banning the practice even for only 90 minutes per month.
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A Kentucky appeals court issued a ruling Friday that affirms a Lexington printer’s freedom to decline orders that would require him to promote a message in conflict with his religious beliefs.
LGBT Canadians are furious after a Catholic school district canceled performances of a play about gender identity – meant for children as young as 5 years old.
A culture that substitutes lawn signs and slogans for moral substance can only be renewed by the rigor of Christian thought and the actions that flow from it.
Toxic chatter captures headlines and propels Twitter trends but fails to encapsulate the real problem in Washington. Collusion is the silent but lethal force that has crippled the economy and strapped the nation with debilitating debt, and it ensures that power will stay with D.C. and not with the American People.