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Could NEW IN Law Allow Discrimination, Based On Religion, Against Blacks & Others? Proponents Say No

It’s become the sleeper controversial issue among several in this year’s Indiana Legislative Session.  It’s Senate Bill 101 dubbed the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act.  The purpose of the legislation is to mirror a Federal law passed during the Clinton Administration that provides protections to religions and religious observance from government interference.  229 more words

Amos Podcast

Attorneys Defend the Nativity: Expression of Faith on Public Property Constitutional

Thomas More Society Legal Experts Uphold Private Citizens’ Right to Celebrate Christmas in the Public Square

CHICAGO, Nov. 26, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ — Never fear, the attorneys are here to separate fact from fiction surrounding private citizens’ right to freely express religious faith in the public square. 510 more words

Church & State

Instead of Thinking for the Children, Let Your Adult Children Think for Themselves

I feel sorry for the child of Missouri state rep Paul Weiland and his wife, Teresa Weiland. Why? Well, they’re suing U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Labor and Treasury departments because they are required to have an insurance plan that would include contraception as a benefit: … 293 more words


TOWNSHIP NEWS: A Determined Group Of Nuns Go After A Defiant Stone Park Strip Club While The Mayor Abhors The Negative Press

(Sisters Noemia Silva, left, and Alma Rosa Huerta. Photo by Michael Romain for the Village Free Press).

Friday, June 20, 2014 || By Michael Romain and Roberto Hernandez… 1,619 more words

Township News

Christian Display At Daley Plaza Vandalized

CHICAGO (STMW) — A religious display set up at Daley Plaza appears to have been vandalized sometime Tuesday night, according to the organization that displayed it. 205 more words


Christians Plan 9-Day Prayer Vigil on Good Friday In Chicago's Daley Plaza

At midnight on Good Friday, a nine-day prayer vigil will commence in Chicago’s Daley Plaza to honor the passion, death and resurrection of Christ. 89 more words


Rules Apply to Everyone but Christians, Part 5: Walgreens Pharmacists

Based on searching through my archives, I’ve decided to start numbering yet another series on this blog, in this case, “Rules Apply to Everyone but Christians!” The rule in question this time is whether, if you’re hired to do a job, you shouldn’t have to do some parts of that job because it conflicts with your religious values. 494 more words