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  • March 22, 2017
    Charlie Butts

    Planned Parenthood being unneighborly

    Planned Parenthood signAn attorney says there's evidence Planned Parenthood may have violated state law for its role in preventing a pro-life group moving into the same building as the abortion-provider.

  • March 22, 2017
    Chad Groening

    ACLJ: Nuclear option or not, Gorsuch will be confirmed

    Gorsuch before the Senate Judicial Cmte 2A Christian law firm is confident that despite objections from Democrats, Judge Neil Gorsuch will soon become Justice Neil Gorsuch.

  • March 21, 2017
    Chad Groening

    A quest to stump Trump, not dig for truth

    Trump addressing CongressThe appearance Monday of FBI Director James Comey before a House committee is an attempt to derail the Trump presidency, say a pair of political observers.

  • March 20, 2017
    Charlie Butts

    Kansas' most important pro-life case

    abortion activists protestingPro-life groups in The Sunflower State are concerned a radical ruling by the state Supreme Court might upend all pro-life laws passed by the legislature.

  • March 20, 2017
    Charlie Butts

    Artists' stand for faith puts business at risk

    Brush & Nib (calligraphy)Alliance Defending Freedom is taking its free speech and religion case involving Phoenix artists to the next step in the legal system.

  • March 18, 2017
    Michael F. Haverluck

    'Affirmative right to immigrate' made up by U.S. courts

    judge banging gavelIn their nationwide rebellion against President Donald Trump, federal judges are setting out to create an “affirmative right to immigrate” to the United States” – a right, they contend, that is bestowed to every person on the face of the planet.

  • March 17, 2017
    Charlie Butts

    Attorney: 'Asset forfeiture' law oversteps justice

    police lights flashingThe Rutherford Institute is fighting against "asset forfeiture," a type of law that allows government officials to confiscate personal property.

  • March 17, 2017
    Charlie Butts

    Kim Davis still under fire

    KY clerk Kim DavisKim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk jailed for refusing to sign a marriage license for unnatural marriage, is still facing court challenges.

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