Christian America’s ‘High Noon’ Moment

Jul 12, 2016 by

by Robert Oscar Lopez, American Thinker: […] Christians in America are a few minutes away from high noon.  In our various ghost towns and rickety Main Street hideouts, we find ourselves increasingly stuck doing crowd control, surrounded by angry mobs pushing hedonism, abortion, sodomy, race war, Darwinism, and other heresies on us.  This enormous gang of religion-haters is led by the ruling cadre of secularism, the well funded and shamelessly Machiavellian LGBT movement. Everyone who was...

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Street Preachers Arrested in UK in Front of Cheering Crowd: Video

Jul 9, 2016 by

by Heather Clark, Christian News: BRISTOL, UK — Among cheering crowds, four street preachers were arrested in the UK on Wednesday for causing a “disturbance” while exhorting men to “obey God and keep His commands.” The incident occurred as local resident Mike Overd was open air preaching outside of the Bristol shopping center, while others engaged passersby in conversation and/or held gospel signs. Some of those joining Overd in the evangelism effort included American citizens visiting the...

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Police officer given warning after asking Muslim colleague why he celebrates Christmas

Jun 16, 2016 by

From The Telegraph: A police officer accused of making discriminatory remarks to a Muslim colleague after asking him why he celebrated Christmas has been issued with a written warning. PC Tracy Houldey appeared before a panel at Cleveland Police headquarters in Marton on Monday after allegedly making discriminatory comments to a fellow police officer on January 4. The racist element of a police misconduct charge was dropped after witnesses said they didn’t believe it was racially...

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Counter-Extremism Bill: A plot to censor public freedoms?

Jun 14, 2016 by

by Maria Theodoulou, Solicitors’ Journal: The Counter-Extremism Bill, unveiled in the Queen’s Speech, has come under attack from many different sections of society. The Bill seeks to tackle extremist ideology by banning all forms of ‘extremist speech’; however, the government has so far failed to produce a workable definition of ‘extremism’, or at least enough of a definition to make it clear why a new law is, in fact, needed. Condemned by a coalition of...

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EU agreement threatens freedom of religion and freedom of the press by censoring critical internet posts

Jun 9, 2016 by

from Barnabas Fund: The EU has just announced an agreement with major internet providers such as Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft under which material deemed to be “hate speech” will be removed from the internet within 24 hours. However, we have serious concerns that the definition of hate speech is so vague it could effectively censor anything deemed politically incorrect, including for example, any criticism of Islamism, mass migration or even the European Union itself.  This could have...

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Snooper’s charter: Most Britons unaware of Tory plans, survey finds

Jun 6, 2016 by

by Mark Townsend, Guardian: Britons could be sleepwalking into a new era of state surveillance powers, judging by a new poll conducted by the civil rights organisation Liberty. Before a Commons battle over the investigatory powers bill this week, the poll found that 92% of respondents who were aware of the proposals – described as a “snooper’s charter” by critics – disapproved of them. But 72% of respondents said that they knew nothing about it. The two-day Commons report stage of the bill,...

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