“Biology is Not Bigotry,” 1st Grade Teacher Tells CA Legislators

Testifying before a California legislative committee last month, first-grade teacher Raechel Olson told legislators she would “take a bullet for any child,” but she would not harm children by following the state’s proposed gender identity training. Raechel Olson delivered this message to the Senate Education Committee last month in opposition…

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CA Legislators to Tell Pastors What to Preach from their Pulpits on LGBT Behavior & Identities

Tomorrow morning before the Assembly Judiciary Committee, Assemblyman Evan Low plans to argue for a resolution that tells religious leaders in California what they should preach from their pulpits. Assembly Concurrent Resolution 99 calls on “counselors, pastors, religious workers, educators” and institutions with “great moral influence” to stop perpetuating the…

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The Bible Under Assault

The Bible has been the subject of a lot of news lately. The Editors at GQ magazine recently published a piece called, “21 Books You Don’t Have to Read.” You guessed it. The Editors at GQ put the Bible as number 12 on the list, claiming that it is a…

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Thomas More Society Files Amicus Brief in Support of Baronnelle Stutzman

Back in November, when Baronnelle’s case was argued before the Washington State Supreme Court, list of Barronelle’s supporters include officials from 13 different states. According to Alliance Defending Freedom, 11 state attorneys general and 2 governors – urged the Court to rule in Barronelle’s favor in an amicus brief: “Our history encourages a public square with…

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Schools Should be Encouraging Students who Hand Out the Constitution Instead of Punishing Them

Free speech has come under increasing assault on college and university campuses across the United States. The most recent illustration of this fact comes out of Michigan where students Brandon Withers and Michelle Gregoire, members of Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) were trying to recruit members for their Kellogg Community College…

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California’s New AG Xavier Becerra: First Amendment Rights Not For Organizations

SACRAMENTO – Governor Jerry Brown swore into office today a new state attorney general who doesn’t think the religious liberty protections in the First Amendment apply to organizations. Xavier Becerra made the comments in an Assembly confirmation hearing earlier this month in response to questions from Assemblyman James Gallagher, who…

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