Posts Categorized: Judicial Courts

The Judge Refused and Slandered her Catholic Faith.

Untitled Document View this email in your browser Share Tweet Forward Women threatened with cruel death! Please pray! Life Legal received two distressing phone calls on Sunday. One was from the niece of an elderly woman who is in the hospital following an injury. The woman has slight dementia, but is able to communicate. The… Read more »

Student-led Christian Group Wins Free Speech.

North Carolina State University infringed on the free speech rights of a student-led Christian group, a federal judge has ruled. Chief U.S. District Judge James C. Dever III, calling his action “in the public interest,” issued a preliminary injunction Saturday against NC State’s speech permit policy, saying it violates the students’ First Amendment right… Read more »

“Sexual and Reproductive Health” Goes Worldwide

A group of lawmakers pushed for access to abortion and “sexual and reproductive health” to be included as a topic of concern at this year’s Summit. A recent conference sponsored by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) paid for a gaggle of pro-abortion lawmakers to assemble in Japan… Read more »

Jail Time in Phoenix If They Don’t Serve Gay Weddings

Two Christian artists in Phoenix are taking a stand against a city ordinance before the city has a chance to enforce it against them. A lawsuit filed in Arizona claims a city ordinance forces local artists to use their talents to promote same-sex weddings and does not allow them to express freely their belief… Read more »

The Little Sisters are winning in a blowout.

Dear Friends, It has been a buzzing day. The Supreme Court issued a unanimous order that had two key outcomes: The Court accepted the government’s concession– 4 years in the making– that it could change things around to that the Sisters are not forced to violate their faith. The government cannot fine the Sisters. The Little Sisters are… Read more »

Her Struggle for Religious Freedom should Alarm every Christian, and American who Cherishes Freedom.

Barronelle Stutzman’s continuing struggle for religious freedom should be alarming not only to every Christian, but to every American who cherishes freedom. Full Article “The case boils down to this question: is there room in our tolerant, diverse, and freedom-loving society for people with different views about the nature of marriage to establish their… Read more »

Do Sex Specific Restrooms Somehow Treat People Unfairly?

When Target announced that in the name of “inclusivity,” it was opening its restrooms and changing rooms to members of the opposite sex, regardless of their reason for entering. But most Americans would agree inclusivity should never come at the steep cost of forfeiting privacy and safety in the restroom. – FULL ARTICLE –… Read more »

If Doctors Don’t Like it, They Should Get Another Job!!

Sunday, April 24, 2016 If you are having trouble viewing this email, click here. Canada is soon to have legislation permitting euthanasia and assisted suicide, as decreed by its Supreme Court. One issue, however, over which some uncertainty hovers is how much wriggle room should be left for doctors who have ethical objections to the… Read more »

Judges Rule “Use Any Bathroom You Want”

A three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals — which also covers North Carolina — ruled 2-1 to overturn the Gloucester County School Board’s policy, saying it violated Title IX, the federal law that prohibits discrimination in schools. A federal judge had previously rejected Grimm’s sex discrimination claim, but the court said that… Read more »

College Kids Say the Darndest Things about Self Identity

Family Policy Institute of Washington visited the campus of the University of Washington to see if students would affirm or reject Joseph Backholm’s new chosen identity: a 6’5″ Chinese woman. It shouldn’t be hard to tell a 5’9″ white guy that he is not a 6’5″ Chinese woman!