Category Archives: ADF in the News

Civil Rights Group: CFCC drama club denies student production due to Christian message

Rape and incest OK in drama productions, Christianity is not for community college

Pro-euthanasia ruling axed due to plantiff’s secret suicide

Fined $13,000 by state, farmers are fighting back against ‘discrimination’ ruling

Top human rights court rules against doctor-prescribed death as woman behind case is discovered to have committed suicide

Mo. Baptists, join battle over sign restrictions

Supreme Court: Can municipal sign ordinances restrict speech and religious liberty?

Ireland: Pro Life Campaign announces MonthForLife to push back against abortion

‘Dumb down’ drama’s ‘offensive religious message’ or else, says college adviser

Millennials are winning the battle against campus speech codes

To speak the truth

Alliance supports marriage in Slovakia

Is justice for Christians possible? World court to decide

Is the Supreme Court ready to settle the same-sex marriage battle?

Same-sex marriage supporters, opponents alike eager for Supreme Court ruling

Catholic university complies with abortion mandate

David French slays Goliath

NYC school worship ban headed for high court?

Anti-Chick-fil-A principal gets a friendly reminder

Citilink: Group’s rights not violated

Is the right to worship in NYC public schools headed to the Supreme Court?

Farmers to lesbian couple: ‘We’re not hateful people’

Shocking poll: Americans want more religion in politics

NC lawmakers’ distrust of AG means big legal bills

Pride and Perjury

Secularist to lead Alabama city council meeting in its first atheist ‘prayer’

In election season, churches reminded of campaign do’s and don’ts

ACLU wants to file brief in Mississippi same-sex divorce case

In 20-year battle, church asks again for freedom to worship

Church-state separation allows rules on employee morality, lawyers say

Supreme Court set to hear church’s “Sign Language” case

Advocates for and against redefinition of marriage file briefs with Supreme Court

Students flock to school flag poles to pray for America

See You at the Pole: Millions of students to fearlessly pray

Family of 6 says they’ll go uninsured before paying Obamacare’s ‘abortion fee’

A “Groundhog Day” repeat for the GOP

Millions of students expected to pray at school

On Supreme Court docket: beards, church signs, and, yes, Middle East peace

California mandates that 2 Catholic universities include abortion coverage in their employee health insurance plans

Erik Stanley talks on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio about the IRS and investigating churches (audio)

List of ‘extremist’ Christians leads to death threats

    Newsbusters: Among those on the list were Independent candidate for governor of Massachusetts Pastor Scott Lively, Christian radio host and Townhall columnist Michael Brown, Liberty University Law School dean and talk radio host Mat Staver, Christian conservative blogger Matt Barber, National Organization for Marriage President Brian Brown, Concerned Women for America’s Janice Shaw Crouse, Benjamin Bull of the conservative Christian law group, the Alliance Defending Freedom and Jordan Sekulow of another conservative Christian litigation group, American Center for Law and Justice among many other smaller Christian and conservative groups and professors. – See more at: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/kristine-marsh/2014/09/22/gay-group-list-extremist-christians-leads-death-threats#sthash.eUpwPEdV.dpuf


  • Posted: 09/22/2014
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IRS still secretive about plans to monitor church sermons

Christian groups horrified after discovering Americans deceived into paying for abortions through Obamacare

Alliance Defending Freedom appeals illegal funding of abortions with CO taxpayer dollars

Eleven free speech controversies at American universities

Supreme moment: Four Georgia lawyers to argue at high court

The HRC is inciting fear and hate

Christian legal groups defend Chick-fil-A against principal who banned sale of sandwiches

Group calls on Penn State to reverse decision on Bibles

Europe court condemns Hungary’s church law again

ADF hopes Penn States follows U.S. Navy over Bible removal

Christians angered after report shows Americans paying for abortions through Obamacare

Prayers and Preparation – More of Mike Adams’ speech

Gov. Phil Bryant intervenes in same-sex divorce case in DeSoto County

GAO Report: Obamacare does pay for abortions

IRS stonewalls coming clean on secret deal to investigate churches

Growing secularization seen as weakening place of religion in U.S.

Gilbert church fights court’s decision on sign regulations

ADF says fight over church signage is fight for First Amendment

Miss. governor intervenes in same-sex divorce case

Man challenges Belgium’s euthanasia law after mom’s death

Tom Mortier sues Belgium, euthanasia laws after mother killed and family not informed

Thomas F. Farr discusses religious freedom with Warren Smith for World News Group (audio)

    World Mag: Thomas F. Farr is director of the Religious Freedom Project at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs at Georgetown University and a visiting associate professor of religion and international affairs at Georgetown’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. A former American diplomat and leading authority on international religious freedom, Farr has published widely, including a 2008 book, World of Faith and Freedom: Why International Religious Liberty is Vital to American National Security (Oxford University Press).


  • Posted: 09/17/2014
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The IRS’ response about church tax monitoring that has a conservative legal firm up in arms

Deluge of criticism after abortion funding revealed in health care law

LLDF, ADF: School’s abortion coverage violates federal law

Belgian murderer and rapist ‘allowed to die’ by court in landmark ruling

An ‘existential’ issue for American liberty

IRS denies info about deal with atheist group to monitor content of sermons

The Wilberforce Academy experience: raising the next generation of Christian leaders