Monthly Archives: June 2018

When Do the Leftist Judges of SCOTUS Care About Freedom of Religion?

Recently, there have been three Supreme Court cases that focused on Freedom Of Religion: Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission – Ruled in favor of a Christian baker who served a gay customer, but refused to enter into a … Continue reading

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California Pro-Life Clinics Score Big Win at the Supreme Court

This week, the Supreme Court ruled that the state of California could not force pro-life clinics to print and publish pro-abortion speech dictated by the state. This is a big, big ruling in favor of the First Amendment. Pro-aborts have … Continue reading

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Who’s the Bully Here?

There are two photos below. Which one is the real bully? The first photo is the Aaron and Melissa Klein family who owned the bakery called Sweet Cakes by Melissa. Here are their offenses: They refused to participate in something … Continue reading

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Something We SHOULD Fix

After much internal deliberation, I have to say something about the subject of immigrant children who are detained and separated from their families. I decided long ago that I needed to be focused on my Christian convictions first and foremost. … Continue reading

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The Perpetually Offended Do It Again

Recently, John Stonestreet of the Colson Center has begun telling new graduates that soon the most important thing a Christian may have to do in his or her job is to be willing to be fired. In many places, in … Continue reading

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In Bad Taste

Defying general cultural norms and good taste, the Minister of Culture in Buenos Aires, Argentina went to an art exhibit where a large cake was being served. That, in itself, was not distasteful, but the actual cake was. It was … Continue reading

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Sweet Victory for Jack Phillips!

The Supreme Court ruled 7-2 yesterday (you heard that right, seven to two) in favor of Jack Phillips, the Colorado baker who refused to be forced to support a gay wedding. The ruling is narrow and may not affect other … Continue reading

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