Sponsors of Georgia’s Religious Freedom Bill Decry Governor’s Veto

The sponsors of the religious liberty bill vetoed by Georgia’s governor say they are disappointed and disheartened by his action. Gov. Nathan Deal, a Republican, vetoed the legislation—called the Free Exercise Protection Act—on Monday, saying the bill did not reflect Georgia’s image as a state full of “warm, friendly, and loving people.” Sponsors said they […]

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Will This New Labor Department Rule Give Unions an ‘Edge’?

The Labor Department is imposing regulations requiring more information to be disclosed about agreements between employers and labor relations consultants. The new “persuader” rule, which takes effect April 25, interprets a section of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959 covering employers and the consultants they hire. The House Committee on Government Oversight and […]

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What Guides the US Intelligence Community

For more than 30 years every president has used Executive Order 12333 to provide both organizational and implementation direction to the intelligence community. This executive order, which was first signed by President Ronald Reagan in 1981, has directed the intelligence community to collect and provide information to the president using all available legal means under […]

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The Little Sisters’ Case Isn’t Just About Providing Birth Control

While group of nuns have become the de-facto face of the Supreme Court case challenging the Affordable Care Act’s so-called “contraceptive mandate,” another community is set to be similarly affected by the court’s ruling: religiously-affiliated colleges and universities. Schools like Oklahoma Wesleyan University, an evangelical Christian university of the Wesleyan Church, are also parties to […]

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Hundreds of Stanford Students Want Western Civilization Requirement Back

Some millennials might be spurring a comeback of Western civilization at one of the nation’s premiere universities. Stanford University students will vote April 7 and 8 on whether to reinstate a two-quarter Western civilization requirement after the success of a campus-wide campaign. A petition, emailed  to Stanford undergraduates by conservative student newspaper The Stanford Review, reads: […]

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The NFL’s Bullying of Believers

Do you think a pastor who’s against same-sex marriage should be forced to perform same-sex weddings? Do you believe that a religious college should be allowed to hire only people who agree with the religious beliefs of the college? Do you think no one should be forced to attend a wedding they don’t agree with? […]

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6 Broken Obamacare Promises

The Affordable Care Act is six years old today, but there is little reason to celebrate.  Here are six broken promises and lies made by President Barack Obama and his ally, Rep. Nancy Pelosi. D-Calif., about the law–which are six good reasons Congress should blow out the birthday candles and repeal it once and for […]

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Thanks to New Law, Nebraska Hair Braiders Can’t Be Jailed for Practicing Without a License

Just two weeks ago, Nebraskans who wanted to make money braiding hair had to undergo 2,100 hours of training to obtain a cosmetology license, which state officials say dedicates little time to natural hair braiding techniques. But now Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts, a Republican, has signed legislation into law that will lift arduous occupational licensing […]

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