In a press release issued yesterday, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) denounced a decision by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to allow the state of California to force all health plans to cover elective abortions, and is calling for immediate passage of the Conscience Protection Act to remedy the situation.
Christophobia is alive and well among the elite in the U.S. who are now attempting to blame Christian conservatives for creating the culture which inspired a radicalized Muslim to kill 50 people in a gay bar in Orlando on Sunday.
At a recent board meeting, Target CEO Brian Cornell insisted he wanted their stores to be “welcoming, comfortable and safe,” a gesture that rang hollow when he displayed complete indifference to the safety concerns of millions of customers who don’t agree with the retailer’s controversial bathroom policy.
Pete Shilaimon, executive producer of the movie, Risen, recently opened up about his family’s flight from Iraq and how they left the country with little more than the clothes on their backs and the crosses they wore around their necks.
A movement is growing around the world to boycott the film, Me Before You, opening tonight in the USA, which calls itself a “romance” about a quadriplegic who falls in love with his care giver but eventually opts to kill himself rather than live as a quadriplegic.