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Multiple states sue Obama admin. to protect student privacy, prevent lawless federal overreach

Texas and multiple other states have filed a lawsuit against the Obama Administration’s directive to public schools that would force students of the opposite sex to share rooms on overnight school trips and undress in the same locker room.

Words | I'm a category | I'm the icon | www | May 25, 2016 Read More

Marriage & Family

Federal Overreach Jeopardizes Students’ Privacy

ADF filed a motion requesting a preliminary injunction in the case Students and Parents for Privacy v. United States Department of Education.

Words | I'm a category | I'm the icon | www | May 25, 2016 Read More

Religious Freedom

When the ‘marketplace of ideas’ becomes a dangerous place for free speech

Conservative Ben Shapiro’s scheduled presentation on diversity is met with threats from far left groups; security fails to control mob that promised violence

Words | I'm a category | I'm the icon | www | May 19, 2016 Read More

 

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Barronelle Stutzman: Arlene’s Flowers owner disappointed with editorial (Tri-City Herald, 2015-07-21)

Jordan Lorence: The argument for redefining marriage that gives me pause (Federalist, 2015-07-21)

Jeremy Tedesco: How the far left's legal goals put everyone's freedoms at risk (Fox News, 2015-07-20)

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