State Officials Remove Several Books from Sex Ed Guidelines After Parent Protest

Last Wednesday was the third time this year parents with Informed Parents of California (IPOC) traveled to Sacramento to protest the pornographic, immoral, and age inappropriate content within proposed Department of Education K-12 health curriculum guidelines. But no matter what adjectives they used to describe the sexual debauchery being promoted,…

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New State Bill Demands Foster Parents Use Child’s “Pronoun of Preference”

A controversial LGBT affirmation bill (AB-175) that forces caregivers to use a foster child’s “pronoun of preference” heads to its first committee hearing next Tuesday. Its author, Assemblyman Mike Gipson (D-Compton), argues the bill is needed to ensure foster youth have an “inclusive” home environment, while religious liberty experts say…

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Fairness for Some: How Compromise Harms Christianity and Religious Freedom

By Dean R. Broyles, Esq., president of the National Center for Law and Policy I used to think that the greatest threat to religious liberty was radical sexual liberty, largely an external threat. But as I have observed the response of the church—largely of cultural compromise, capitulation and assimilation—I have come to the sad conclusion that the real problem…

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