Protect your church from lawsuits – Citizen Link Report (Video)

Planned Parenthood’s ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ policy victimizes children

Minorities under PM Modi: A landscape scarred with hate, violence, impunity

These babies could have been aborted after 20 weeks but their parents chose life

Stafford gender issue not over

DMV rejection of license plate found reasonable

Is your nonprofit ready?

University of California demanded extra security fees for anti-gay marriage event

This HIV-positive man would rather die than fund abortion. Now he’s won his court case against ObamaCare

Here’s how the persecution of Christians in America really got started…

Billings, Mont., Gazette needs to pose more questions about dinosaur museum imbroglio

    Get Religion: But there’s a lot of questions unanswered. Where is the school district’s attorney in this? Did anyone bother to call him or her? And why wasn’t there a quote from the school superintendent about the cancellation? Why did the superintendent cave so quickly upon getting just one letter? Why didn’t the district call Alliance Defending Freedom or similar groups that have taken on AU more than once? And what about that script for the “secular” tour? Might the reporter have actually quoted some of the language from that text, just to establish facts about the dangerous material presented to the students?


  • Posted: 05/29/2015
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  • Category: ADF in the News
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  • Source: www.getreligion.org

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Religious groups waiting for action by De Blasio on use of empty schools

Defending life in the womb requires an increasingly international effort

Case to Watch: Funeral home to cite Hobby Lobby ruling in transgender bias case

Feds blackmail Virginia’s largest school district into transgender policy

Court rules New York can ban ‘Choose Life’ license plates

Why I won’t use genetic testing to ensure my children don’t inherit my hearing loss

Court rules pro-life views are ‘patently offensive,’ bans Choose Life license plates in New York

Court rules New York may not issue pro-life license plate

Court: ‘Choose Life’ slogan ‘patently offensive’

Federal court rules pro-life views are ‘patently offensive’

Appeals Court rules New York may ban ‘Choose Life’ license plates for fear of road rage

Christians ‘most persecuted religious group’

Why RFRA? Because all Americans have rights of conscience

Court rules New York may not issue pro-life license plate

Senate right to pass Trade Promotion Authority bill with religious freedom amendment

    ADF International Executive Director Benjamin Bull “We commend Sen. James Lankford for leading a successful and historic effort to promote international religious freedom with the unanimous passage of his amendment to the Trade Promotion Authority bill. Should the House follow suit, the U.S., for the first time, will be required to evaluate religious freedom conditions in countries before entering into trade agreements with them. As Sen. Lankford said, ‘our greatest export is our American values,’ the bedrock principle that all people should be free to live and act according to their faith without being persecuted. When nations protect and cherish religious liberty, economies flourish and innovation increases. We applaud Sen. Lankford’s affirmation of the dignity of people of faith both here and around the world.”


  • Posted: 05/26/2015
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  • Category: Featured
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  • Source: www.adfmedia.org

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Appeal reverses earlier decision against Radiance Foundation

Embryonic stem cells sold on black market for plastic surgery

Scouts president: Gay leader ban unsustainable

NY can ban ‘Choose Life’ license plates as DMV program upheld

2nd Circuit rejects ‘Choose Life’ license plates

Victory for Rhode Island pro-lifers: New rules requires abortion-excluding healthcare plans for 2016

Abortion: We’re getting what we pay for

A fourth to be reckoned with

Lawsuit dropped as R.I. requires plans to satisfy abortion foes

Bobby Jindal stands against big business to protect religious liberty

In victory for free speech, NAACP loses court battle to silence black pro-life activist

Black pro-lifer wins fight against NAACP over abortion parody

Abortion ‘parody’ of NAACP is constitutional speech: court

Sexual and reproductive rights priority for the UN

Rhode Island Obamacare forced to add health care plans that don’t pay for abortions

Rhode Island ends Obamacare’s abortion mandate after HIV man’s lawsuit

Mohler receives Meese religious liberty award

    BR Now: The award description said: “Alliance Defending Freedom honors Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr. for his significant efforts in publicly promoting and defending religious liberty and a principled jurisprudence through the active advancement of constitutional originalism. Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr.’s tireless efforts embody the enduring commitment to justice that is the hallmark of the American spirit, as personified by the Honorable Edwin Meese III, in whose name this award is given.”


  • Posted: 05/19/2015
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  • Category: ADF in the News
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  • Source: www.brnow.org

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Maine proposes parental protections after mother fights do not resuscitate order on baby

Appeals court rules against NAACP in abortion free speech lawsuit

La. Marriage and Conscience Act protects freedom of Louisianans

NAACP loses battle to silence black pro-lifer who bashed its pro-abortion stance

The gathering storm: The eclipse of religious liberty and the threat of a new dark age

Mohler receives Meese religious liberty award

North Jersey teachers learn social media’s traps the hard way

Hungarian court condemns black market sales of aborted fetal parts for cosmetic use

Legal battle over brain-damaged baby prompts Maine bill

Dutch court: Euthanasia no longer requires a doctor’s order

Why we need to stop asking kids to be adults

RI revises health care plan after pro-life HIV+ man sues

When kids watch their father love their mother

Woman sued for her refusal to do flowers for her gay friend’s wedding

Religious freedom bill sponser Rep. Mike Johnson: Superman for Louisiana’s religious right?

House OKs bill to ban abortion after 20 weeks

If gender matters in jury selection, why not in parenting?

Attorney warns: Illiberal campuses and assault against Christianity linked

No Man’s Land mandates of the Inter-American civil society

House passes bill to protect unborn babies from pain

Is “love makes a family” really a fair thing to tell kids?

Court finds people guilty of harvesting cells from aborted babies for use in cosmetics

Hunger Games’ star Elizabeth Banks pushes Planned Parenthood abortion business

    Life News: Alliance Defending Freedom explained their “services” like this: “Planned Parenthood doesn’t hand out birth control or abortion inducing drugs for free either. Planned Parenthood ALWAYS COLLECTS COLD, HARD CASH from their CLIENTS and AMERICAN TAXPAYERS for the birth control it doles out. Planned Parenthood’s websites show that it charges between $15 and $800 for hormonal birth control, up to $70 for early-abortion pills, and up to $1000 for IUDs. At the very minimum, it charged low-income women $90 million for contraceptives in fiscal year 2011, and collected more than half a billion dollars in taxpayer money in that same year.”


  • Posted: 05/13/2015
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  • Category: ADF in the News
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  • Source: www.lifenews.com

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