A pro-life political action committee has been knocking on doors in three key U.S. Senate races, encouraging pro-lifers to vote on Election Day.
In an effort to clarify any confusion surrounding a recent controversy in Houston, Texas, OneNewsNow summarizes the sequence of events that have transpired thus far leading up to a group of area pastors being subpoenaed by the city.
Homosexual activists have insisted that giving them the legal right to marry will not impact religious freedom. But ordained ministers in Idaho know otherwise.
An attorney says he was an eyewitness Thursday at a rally in Houston, Texas to support local pastors in a legal fight against city government.
Attorneys representing the City of Houston in a lawsuit by local citizens have modified their controversial subpoenas that targeted five local pastors.
People of faith are taking a beating partly from the federal courts but one legal expert says there is something that "We the People" can do about it.
Because of U.S. Supreme Court action, Texas is facing a major legal battle to protect its new abortion clinic law.
A constitutional attorney believes the move to normalize pedophilia is a mistake, but that they should receive therapy behind bars.
Missouri officials are looking for ways to defend the state constitutional amendment that legally establishes traditional marriage as the only form acceptable.
A gun rights organization is outraged that a federal judge has rejected a request to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt for failing to turn over documents to Congress, related to the ill-fated law enforcement program known as Operation Fast and Furious.
The Supreme Court will soon decide whether a whistleblower was right in blowing the whistle on the federal government. According to an inside source, it all began shortly after the twin towers terrorist attack on 9/11.
A conservative political pundit from Texas says she is appalled by the decision of a federal judge to strike down that state's voter ID law.
A court is being asked to defend the religious rights of a Christian family targeted by homosexual activists.
An Indiana state trooper is being asked to decide whether a person has a right to not be offended, something the U.S. Supreme Court has already addressed.
After the Supreme Court of the United States ruled this summer that for-profit businesses (via its Hobby Lobby decision) had their freedom to exercise religion violated by the HHS Mandate forcing objecting owners’ health insurance plans to pay for their employees’ abortion pill coverage, many other for-profit companies are still hoping to piggyback the decision so that they, too, can enjoy their First Amendment rights.
Life Legal Defense Foundation will continue to fight against a California mandate for free insurance coverage of abortion, arguing that the U.S. Constitution trumps state government.