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Massachusetts drops flu vaccine mandate for students

  As government and health professionals continue to encourage COVID-19 vaccinations, Massachusetts has dropped its requirement that all children ages six months and up receive a flu vaccine if they will be attending daycare or school. Many parents protested the requirement, insisting that the final decision regarding their child’s welfare should be up to a...

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Court to hear case of photographer who would be forced to violate religious beliefs under Virginia Values Act

  A Virginia photographer’s lawsuit challenging the Virginia Values Act is moving forward. His lawyers have asked a federal district court to halt the enforcement of the law while his case proceeds.   Quick Facts The Virginia Values Act is a sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) law that prevents discrimination in hiring based on...

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Federal court blocks ‘transgender mandate’ that requires medical professionals to perform gender transition procedures

  This week a North Dakota federal court blocked the “transgender mandate” which requires medical professionals and religious organizations to perform and pay for gender transition procedures. The court decision is even more significant considering the Biden administration’s aggressive advocacy for transgender rights.   Quick Facts In 2019, a Texas federal judge struck down the...

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5 Ways Christians Can Glorify Christ While Opposing Biden’s Policies – Without Virtue Signaling

  After four years of an administration that fought for the unborn, defended religious freedom, advanced opportunities for minorities, and appointed qualified constitutional judges across the federal benches — all things that most Christians want — there will be an inevitable reaction of rhetorical opposition from Christians towards the incoming administration, which has vowed to...

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Biden plans flurry of executive action in first 10 days to erase Trump presidency

  President Joe Biden will get to work immediately in reversing the course set by the Trump administration. In the beginning days of Biden’s presidency, his priorities will be COVID-19, the economy, combating systemic racism and inequity, and climate change.   Quick Facts Biden was inaugurated as president on Wednesday, January 20. Biden plans to...

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Trump’s pardons might seem extreme, until compared to previous presidential pardons

  President Donald Trump issued over 140 pardons and commutations as he left office this week. Critics object to Trump’s pardoning of corrupt political officials, allies, and military contractors, but he is only following the lead of other presidents who established a legacy of questionable pardons.   Quick Facts Trump issued over 140 pardons and...

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Mike Pompeo said China is guilty of genocide towards Uyghurs – Here’s why

  On his last day in office, outgoing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issued a declaration stating that the Chinese government is guilty of genocide against the Uyghur people. If widely accepted allegations are true, the Chinese government’s actions certainly fit the definition of genocide.   Quick Facts On Tuesday, Pompeo issued a declaration saying...

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Harvard students demand school revoke degrees of those who questioned election legitimacy

  Harvard University students are petitioning the school to revoke the degrees of Trump officials and any other graduates who questioned the legitimacy of the election. Recently, students attempted a petition to have all Trump officials banned from campus.   Quick Facts Harvard students and alumni have signed a petition to have the degrees of...

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Judge dismisses charges against deacon who was arrested for attending a “Psalm Sing” without a mask

Gabriel Rench,  a pastor who was arrested last year for singing praise music outside, has been exonerated.   Quick Facts Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho, held an outdoor “Psalm Sing” in the Moscow City Hall parking lot on September 23, 2020. Deacon Gabriel Rench and two other people were arrested for not wearing masks. A...

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Global leaders denounce big tech censorship

  Censorship by Big Tech companies has been a hot topic for the last few years, but following the banning of President Donald Trump from social media, leaders around the globe are now speaking out against censorship and taking steps to protect their own countries from it.   Quick Facts Twitter permanently banned Trump’s account...

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