So, the Hitching Post updated its website. And your point is?

Students free to be voice for aborted children

Govt tells Christian ministers: Perform same-sex weddings or face jail, fines

Traditional marriage backers urge registers of deeds to follow their conscience

Three reasons that Houston’s subpoenas are a big deal

City not backing off on ‘the Houston 5′

Houston still doesn’t get it with ‘revised’ subpoenas

    ADF Media: “The city of Houston still doesn’t get it. It thinks that by changing nothing in its subpoenas other than to remove the word ‘sermons’ that it has solved the problem. That solves nothing. Even though the pastors are not parties in this lawsuit, the subpoenas still demand from them 17 different categories of information – information that encompasses speeches made by the pastors and private communications with their church members. As we have stated many times, the problem is the subpoenas themselves; they must be rescinded entirely. The city must respect the First Amendment and abandon its illegitimate mission to invade the private communications of pastors for the purpose of strong-arming them into silence in a lawsuit that concerns nothing more than the authenticity of citizen petitions.” -Erik Stanley


  • Posted: 10/17/2014
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Judges gone wild: Judicial activism deactivates rights

Christian article written for Ohio National Guard newsletter removed

Oklahoma court clerks don’t have to violate beliefs

Bibles will be popping up in public schools across America today

Focus on the Family sponsors ‘Bring Your Bible to School Day’, encourages students to talk about their faith

Focus on the Family makes Thursday ‘Bring Your Bible to School’ day

Can public officials refuse to perform same-sex marriages for religious reasons?

Formal complaint issued on abortion coverage as a ‘civil rights violation’

Houston we have a problem…and a Constitution!

No support for claim that Houston is ‘backing off’ subpoenas

    ADF Media: “The shame that the city of Houston has brought upon itself is real, but the claim that it has changed course is not. The city has so far taken no concrete action to withdraw the subpoenas. Furthermore, the subpoenas themselves are the problem – not just their request for pastors’ sermons. The city is not off the hook from its illegitimate request for e-mails, text messages, and other communications in which these pastors, who are not even party to this lawsuit, may have disagreed with the mayor. The way to fix this is to withdraw the subpoenas entirely. Otherwise, the city’s and the mayor’s overtures are simply more window-dressing intended to shield them from public scrutiny.” -Christiana Holcomb


  • Posted: 10/16/2014
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Three reasons Christian students will win

Supreme Court halts Texas pro-life law that stopped abortions at over a dozen clinics

University students threatened by officials for distributing U.S. Constitution copies outside of controversial “free speech zone”

Officials told they can legally object to same-sex marriage

(Update) Houston, we have a problem

ADF offers guidance to Wis., Ind., Utah officials responsible for issuing marriage licenses

ADF: Students free to participate in ‘Bring Your Bible to School Day’

Houston demands oversight of sermons

City of Houston demands pastors turn over sermons

University officials threaten students passing out U.S. Constitution

Judge overturns Alaska’s marriage amendment

More than 1,800 pastors want to talk politics from the pulpit

‘Offending’ Christian article removed from Ohio Air National Guard newsletter

Houston seeks review of pastors’ sermons after lawsuit filed over ‘bathroom bill’ initiative

Proposed policies violate children’s privacy, invite lawsuits in Minn., Wis., RI

Fifty years after Berkeley days: What free speech looks like on college campuses

Christian company refused to print t-shirts for ideological reasons, vows to fight discrimination ruling

Christian businessman told to leave faith at home and take diversity training

More than 1,800 pastors advocate for political speech rights in church

AG’s office: Same-sex marriage licenses to be issued despite personal beliefs

City of Houston to pastors: Show us your sermons

US city subpoenas pastors’ sermons in culture war witch hunt

Houston pastors fight city’s oversight of sermons

City of Houston demands pastors turn over sermons

Voter lawsuit prompts Houston city council to ‘subpoena sermons’ as a new motion is filed

Over 1,800 pastors united for ‘Pulpit Freedom Sunday,’ stands against IRS monitoring

ADF offers guidance to Va., Okla. clerks responsible for issuing marriage licenses

Fewer in Miss. see same-sex marriage as threat

Meet new victims of so-called ‘marriage equality’

Over 1,800 pastors take part in Pulpit Freedom Sunday

For abortion foes, a national strategy built at the state level

Same-sex marriage in Arizona a step closer

Pro Life Campaign criticises ‘extremely biased’ media

Traditional marriage supporters regroup in face of opposition

Seven CA churches sue to keep from funding abortions

Obama administration: Planned Parenthood does not perform mammograms

This guy cited his Christian faith in refusing to make t-shirts – and now his company is being punished

Commander of the 180th fighter wing: ‘No Christian messages allowed”