In the two years since Utah State Sen. Todd Weiler, R-Woods Cross, sponsored a resolution declaring pornography a public health crisis, multiple states, countries and companies have followed by filtering Wi-Fi and passing similar resolutions. And this is just the beginning.
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In California, pro-life clinics are being compelled to advertise the very opposite of their most important message. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Becerra, one of three important compelled-speech cases this term.
“It is difficult to quantify the magnitude of this victory for victims of online sex trafficking. Passing FOSTA-SESTA was the only adequate legislative solution to the incredible injustices they have suffered. Survivors of sex trafficking spoke, and the Senate listened.”
Like most leaders, Senator Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) is astounded that the Navy is even considering letting someone who doesn’t believe in God join the chaplaincy. Three years ago, the idea was so absurd that even Obama’s military attorneys went to court to stop it. Now, the question is back on the table and gaining traction.
Joy Behar, co-host of ABC’s “The View” placed a private phone call to Vice President Mike Pence apologizing for her anti-Christian slur aimed at him on her television show in February. Then on Tuesday she admitted on air, “I think Vice President Pence is right. I was raised to respect everyone’s religious faith and I fell short of that.”