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  • ‘Absolutely Outrageous’: Smithsonian to Pay $50K for Booting Pro-Life Students from Museum

    ‘Absolutely Outrageous’: Smithsonian to Pay $50K for Booting Pro-Life Students from Museum

    A national museum in Washington, D.C. has agreed to pay tourists visiting their facility $50,000 after they were kicked out for wearing pro-life apparel. The National Air and Space Museum agreed to pay the settlement to cover attorney’s fees, expenses, costs and interest for the students of Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic School in

  • TD Jakes Named in Lawsuit Against Diddy

    TD Jakes Named in Lawsuit Against Diddy

    In the wake of a Homeland Security raid on rap mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs’ estates in Los Angeles and Miami, a list of celebrity names has been revealed in court filings for a lawsuit against Combs. On that list is senior pastor of the Dallas-area megachurch The Potter’s House, Bishop T.D. Jakes. Media outlet Newsweek

  • ‘Most Important Free Speech Case in Our Lifetime’: Supreme Court Hears Biden Censorship Case

    ‘Most Important Free Speech Case in Our Lifetime’: Supreme Court Hears Biden Censorship Case

    The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on Monday in what’s being described as one of the biggest free speech cases in a generation. The question at hand in Murthy v. Missouri was over whether the Biden administration went too far by pressuring social media sites to censor certain content. Conservatives argue the administration did indeed

  • ‘This Is a Gospel Issue’: Fired Christian Professor Speaks Out

    ‘This Is a Gospel Issue’: Fired Christian Professor Speaks Out

    A theology lecturer in the U.K. who was reportedly fired from his job at a Christian college over a tweet about biblical sexuality is suing to raise awareness and stop similar instances from unfolding. Dr. Aaron Edwards was removed from Cliff College in Derbyshire, England, last March after he sent a tweet defending traditional marriage,

  • DC Metro Rejects Christian Advertisements, Prompting ACLU Lawsuit

    DC Metro Rejects Christian Advertisements, Prompting ACLU Lawsuit

    A recent lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and First Liberty Institute against the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) has stirred up discussions about religious freedom and the First Amendment. The lawsuit claims that the WMATA’s advertising policies violate the First Amendment after the authority denied an advertisement from WallBuilders, an

  • U.S. Churches Facing Legal Battles for Community Service

    U.S. Churches Facing Legal Battles for Community Service

    In the midst of a broader debate over religious freedom in the United States, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has weighed in on a legal clash in Oregon, highlighting concerns about the restriction of church activities. St. Timothy’s church in Brookings, Oregon, finds itself in a legal struggle with the city over an ordinance that

  • Christian School Fights Vermont Exclusion in Religious Freedom Battle

    Christian School Fights Vermont Exclusion in Religious Freedom Battle

    In a bold move, Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a non-profit organization championing religious freedom, has taken legal action against Vermont officials on behalf of Mid Vermont Christian School (MVCS). The school, facing exclusion from tournaments, raised concerns after forfeiting a girls basketball game against Long Trail High School, which included a transgender student on their

  • Landmark Victory: Christian Student Wins $150,000 in Lawsuit Over Forced Hindu Rituals

    Landmark Victory: Christian Student Wins $150,000 in Lawsuit Over Forced Hindu Rituals

    An Illinois Circuit Court recently made a major ruling in favor of a young Christian student, Mariyah Green, who was compelled to participate in Hindu rituals, even though it went against her Christian faith. This ruling, which awarded Mariyah $150,000 in damages and legal fees, was a result of her First Amendment rights being violated

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