Outrage is growing across the nation over a decision by the Phoenix City Council to ban all prayer before meetings rather than allow a demonic invocation from the local Satanic Temple.
Parents of schoolchildren in Brighton, England were outraged when their children, some as young as 13, were given a government survey to fill out that asked them to pick their gender (or genders) from a list of 25 options.
A lawmaker from the state of Utah has introduced landmark legislation asking the state to recognize pornography as a public health hazard.
The Supreme Court of the state of Texas has ruled in favor of a group of high school cheerleaders who claimed their right to free speech was violated when their school prohibited displays of banners with Bible verses at football games.
Barbie has undergone the most dramatic change in her 57 year history – she now has three new looks – petite, curvy and tall – which Mattel hopes will make the doll more relevant to the girls who will own them.
The same California atheist who fought unsuccessfully to have “under God” removed from the Pledge of Allegiance is at it again – this time launching a legal challenge to have “In God We Trust” removed from all U.S. currency.
Parents of students at a Pittsburgh middle school are pursuing possible legal action against the West Allegheny School District after a school hosted an anti-bullying program that not only asked students very personal questions, but made their answers public!
Here we go again! The oppression of Christians continues in the “land of the free” with the New York Supreme Court ruling against a couple who refused to host a gay-wedding on their privately owned land, charging them with being guilty of “sexual orientation discrimination” and ordering them to pay a $13,000 fine.
If you missed this year’s Religious Freedom Day, it was Saturday. But don’t worry, the only thing you missed was a reminder of how much our right to the free exercise of religion has eroded in recent years.