12/7/13. Ohio Lawmakers Introduce State Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Heather Clark, christiannews.net
Two Ohio lawmakers introduced a state version of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) this week, complementing the federal law that is already the standard across the nation. Continue reading
12/7/13. Rep. Chris Smith: Abortion Coverage Included in Nearly All Congressional Health Insurance Plans. Heather Clark, christiannews.net
Republican Representative Chris Smith of New Jersey has divulged that abortion coverage is included in nearly all the health insurance plans available to Congress and their staffers–with the exception of 9 out of 112.
Lawmakers have until December 9th to sign up for an insurance plan, but Smith says that Obama is breaking his promise of using taxpayer funds for abortion. Continue reading
12/5/13. Nigerian Man Who Survived Three Days at Bottom of Atlantic Ocean Credits God for Survival. Heather Clark, christiannews.net
A Nigerian man who miraculously survived after spending three days at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean is crediting God for sustaining his life. Continue reading
12/5/13. Judge Rejects Humanist Organization’s Motion to Block School Prayers, Graduations at Chapel. Heather Clark, christiannews.net
A federal judge appointed by then-president Jimmy Carter has rejected a motion by a national humanist organization to block prayers at events in a South Carolina school district, as well as ban the school from holding graduation ceremonies at a local university chapel. Continue reading
12/5/13. Phill Kline Fights Back Against License Suspension for Investigating Planned Parenthood. lifenews.com
A 92-page motion was filed on December 3 with the Kansas Supreme Court on behalf of former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline asking for a rehearing of an ethics case against him or a modification of the Court’s ruling that indefinitely suspended his license to practice law. Continue reading
12/7/13. NYPD moves to limit public access to local crime information. rt.com
Each of the 77 New York City police precincts have been ordered to stop providing the media with information about the crimes that take place under their jurisdiction in what is considered by critics as a severe curtailing of the city’s transparency. Continue reading
12/7/13. Japan enacts controversial state secrets law. rt.com
Japan has enacted a new law to increase punishment for leaks, despite growing worries that the state-secrets law will erode press freedoms. Continue reading
12/5/13. Spike in U.S. troop deaths tied to stricter rules of engagement. Rowan Scarborough, washingtontimes.com
The number of U.S. battlefield fatalities exceeded the rate at which troop strength surged in 2009 and 2010, prompting national security analysts to assert that coinciding stricter rules of engagement led to more deaths. Continue reading
12/6/13. ‘Nothing is beyond our reach’: Evil octopus strangling the world becomes latest US intelligence seal. rt.com
Billions of dollars annually are being used to fund operations conducted by the United States intelligence community, the likes of which allow the government to eavesdrop on emails, listen to world leaders’ phone calls and about everything in-between.
One thing that budget hasn’t bought, however, is subtlety. The US National Reconnaissance Office launched a top-secret surveillance satellite into space Thursday evening, and the official emblem for the spy agency’s latest mission is, well, certainly accurate, to say the least. Continue reading
12/6/13. More Airports Set to Install TSA ‘Detention Pods’. Paul Joseph Watson, infowars.com
A new Transportation Security Administration directive that mandates airports provide security for terminal exits is likely to lead to the installation of more ‘detention pods’ which have the capability of subjecting travelers to biometric scans. Continue reading
12/6/13. Ex-homosexual’s marriage slammed by activists. Art Moore, wnd.com
A former “gay rights” activist who declared six years ago he left homosexuality through the power of God is now celebrating his marriage to a woman, much to the chagrin of homosexual activists who are ridiculing him and his bride via the Web.
In a letter to his critics published today by WND, Michael Glatze called the month since his Oct. 26 marriage to Rebekah the “greatest” of his life. Continue reading
12/6/13. Colonel Who Vowed to Disarm Americans Works With Homeland Security. Paul Joseph Watson, infowars.com
Lt. Col. Robert Bateman, the second amendment-hating Army Officer who caused controversy after vowing to “pry your gun from your cold, dead, fingers,” works closely with the Department of Homeland Security. Continue reading
12/6/13. House hearing announced on jailed American pastor. Michael Carl, wnd.com
A House Foreign Affairs subcommittee will hold a hearing Dec. 12 on the status of jailed American pastor Saeed Abedini, who has been held in some of Iran’s most notorious prisons for more than a year because of his Christian faith. Continue reading
12/6/13. County office bans criticism of Obamacare. Bob Unruh, wnd.com
Santa Clara County, Calif., officials have banned a 20-year employee from making “less than positive” remarks about Obamacare, because they can cause stress for listening co-workers.
The county made the stunning move when Norina Mooney was chatting with a co-worker about the Affordable Care Act, according to the Pacific Justice Institute, which is representing the woman. Continue reading