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A struggle to save a war memorial near San Diego is over. The Mt. Soledad Memorial Association has been allowed to purchase the memorial and surrounding ground. That means the cross on the property will remain.
An new undercover video shows a Planned Parenthood national director talking about the practice of harvesting fetal tissue and organs for research. And, unbelievably, she’s negotiating a price.
A trip to a car dealer leads to a story about a frightening accident, an uncommon memento, and a reminder to remember.
The battle is over! For 25 years the Mt. Soledad Memorial Association has fought to protect a veteran’s war memorial near San Diego. This week they learned they’ve been successful. Association members were allowed to purchase the memorial and surrounding ground which means the cross will stay put for the foreseeable future. Hiram Sasser with […]
Fifty senators have sent a letter to the HHS Secretary asking her to investigate Planned Parenthood’s role in the harvesting of the organs of preborn babies. The document came about as a result of two undercover videos showing Planned Parenthood officials talking flippantly about the methods used to get tissue samples and organs for research […]
An Idaho couple were ordered to perform same-sex ceremonies or face jail time and/or heavy fines. They were in court on Monday. Matt Sharp of Alliance Defending Freedom tells what happened.
New undercover video shows a Planned Parenthood national director haggling about the dollar amount for tissue and organs harvested during an abortion. In round two of the releases from the Center for Medical Progress, Mary Gatter, president of the Planned Parenthoods Medical Directors Council, starts the bidding at $75.
This September, Tom Minnery will step back from his position as CitizenLink president. To honor his nearly 30 years in the public policy arena at Focus on the Family and CitizenLink, we decided to run a ‘Best of Tom’ article series. This piece was published in Citizen magazine in April 1999. Not long ago, a […]
The accusations against Planned Parenthood aren’t going away anytime soon.
The Obama Administration is giving millions more to Planned Parenthood — this time for “adolescent health.”
Group of nuns ruled “not religious enough” to get an exemption from Obamacare.
Planned Parenthood to be investigated after undercover video exposes questionable practices.
She’s sitting at lunch describing how to perform an abortion and harvest the organs of a preborn baby… “You try to intentionally go above and below the thorax… we’ve been very good at getting heart, lung, liver… so I’m not going to crush that part. I’m basically going to crush below, I’m going to crush […]
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Pastors gathered in Colorado this week to discuss how to boldly be Christian in an increasingly secular culture.
County Clerk Kim Davis is being sued, because her office has stopped issuing all marriage licenses. The governor is telling her to either issue same-sex marriage licenses or resign.
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At least one county clerk in Kentucky is not issuing any marriage licenses. Kim Davis’ faith tells her that marriage is a sacred covenant between one man and one woman. Now she’s being taken to court because of those beliefs. Kim Trobee talks to Kent Ostrander of The Family Foundation of Kentucky. He says Christians […]
State employees are being told to abandon their Christian faith at work or resign. As a guest on the Meeting House program on Alabama’s Faith Radio network, Stuart Shepard explains how the Supreme Court decision redefining marriage is impacting county clerks and their employees. Some are making the tough choice to resign, others are saying […]
This September, Tom Minnery will step back from his position as CitizenLink president. To honor his nearly 30 years in the public policy arena at Focus on the Family and CitizenLink, we decided to run a ‘Best of Tom’ article series. This piece was published in Citizen magazine in May 1990. The question and answer […]