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The Pressure to Unlock Restroom Doors

School by school, district by district, educators across America are making their choices … while students’ privacy and safety hangs in the balance.

True Heroes Come Along: 5 Pastors and the People of Houston

Yesterday, after a prolonged battle, Houston voters had their say – and they overwhelmingly rejected HERO 62%-38%.

Playboy Isn’t Publishing Nude Photos Anymore: Why That’s Not Necessarily A Win

The insatiable monster Playboy created has overtaken them. In the future, it could even bankrupt them.

3 Reasons You Should Pay Close Attention to Former Fire Chief's Case

It’s a dangerous time in our country when a respected leader with 34 years of honorable service can lose his job merely for believing what Christians have always believed about marriage. The government preaches tolerance and diversity, but you can’t promote diversity while threatening and punishing those who don’t agree with you.

Poll Shows More Americans Believe Religious Freedom is Worse off than 10 Years Ago

Highlighted by the Supreme Court's ruling in June imposing same-sex marriage on all 50 states, conflict surrounding RFRAs, and dozens of lawsuits concerning the Obamacare Abortion-Pill Mandate, it is no surprise that a recent survey reveals that 41% of Americans now believe that religious freedom is worse off than it was 10 years ago.

Re-Teaching Schools the Basics of Restroom Privacy

In recent weeks, two school districts have announced similar decisions that will allow students in their schools to use locker rooms and restrooms of the opposite sex. The dangers of these policies – not to mention the potential legal fallout – might seem obvious, but Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys have clarified them anyway, in a letter sent to both district boards asking them to reverse their decisions.

Welcome to Chaos: Kentucky Public Servants on Different Sides of History

Davis is standing on the identical precedent laid down by her Attorney General prior to the Supreme Court’s marriage decision when he too did not execute the duty of his office. Davis, like Conway, realizes that the evolving definition of marriage is a moral issue and has refused to carry out an official duty that conflicts with her conscience. However, this time there is no applause from the mainstream media for Davis, and the message from her Governor is to “do your job” or resign.