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Positive, guarded praise for Trump’s Supreme Court pick of Gorsuch

By   /  January 31, 2017  /  Featured, Law, Politics, Pro-life  /  No Comments

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WordNews.org) Jan. 31, 2017 – President Donald Trump nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court. During his televised announcement, the president said he had made his list of candidates know for months while still a candidate for president. He praised Gorsuch, a judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the […]

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Protest launched over Rose Bowl parade: Not for family viewing, ministry says

By   /  January 1, 2014  /  Entertainment, Featured, Sports  /  No Comments

PASADENA, Calif. (WordNews.org) Jan. 1, 2014 — A Christian ministry is urging families to not watch the 2014 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California, because it will feature the “wedding” of two men. The wedding between two homosexual males is expected to take place aboard a float sponsored by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. The American […]

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The FCC considers loosening decency standards, allowing ‘F’ word and non-sexual nudity on broadcast TV

By   /  April 9, 2013  /  Entertainment, Featured  /  No Comments

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WordNews.org) April 9, 2013 – The Federal Communications Commission says it is considering dropping current broadcast decency standards and enacting a new policy that would allow network television and local radio stations to air the ‘f’ word, ‘s’ word. The FCC said it is also considering allowing frontal female nudity even during non-primetime […]

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FRC’s Tony Perkins launching daily radio show

By   /  January 1, 2013  /  Featured  /  No Comments

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WordNews.org) Jan. 1, 2013 – Tony Perkins, the head of the Christian lobby group Family Research Council is launching a daily radio program on Jan. 7. Perkins, who is president of Family Research Council, is a former member of the Louisiana legislature. According to the council’s website, Perkins authored such measures as the […]

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Which retailers are “naughty” when it comes to Christmas

By   /  November 17, 2012  /  Featured, Missions  /  No Comments

TUPELO, Missouri (WordNews.org) Nov. 17, 2012 – With less than a week before Black Friday, shoppers will soon be rushing home with their treasures. The American Family Association is once again providing a list of companies “naughty” or “nice” when it comes to greeting shoppers this Christmas – or “holiday” – season. “We have taken […]

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Massive turnout expected from ‘values voters’

By   /  November 6, 2012  /  Featured  /  No Comments

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WordNews.org) Nov. 6, 2012 — The longest and costliest presidential campaign comes to an end today — Election Day — when voters will cast their ballots for President Barack Obama or his Republican challenger Mitt Romney. Newsites today are painting different pictures of each campaign, with The New York Times reporting that Obama […]

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Texas school officials tell cheerleaders to stop putting Bible verses on banners

By   /  September 24, 2012  /  Featured, Law  /  No Comments

Updated Sept. 25 KOUNTZE, Texas (WordNews.org) Sept. 24, 2012 – A Christian legal group is urging Americans to email a Texas superintendent and tell him to stop banning the free speech of cheerleaders who were told to stop putting Bible verses on banners. Kountze Independent School District’s superintendent, Kevin Weldon, told the cheerleaders’ parents that […]

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AFA urges opposition to Office Depot’s promotion of gay issues

By   /  July 22, 2012  /  Featured  /  No Comments

TUPELO, Miss. (WordNews.org) July 22, 2012 – Office Depot’s is promoting a gay agenda that states people are born homosexual, the American Family Association says. Office Depot is providing $1 million to the cause and teaming up with recording artist Lady Gaga to encourage students that they’re “born this way,” the title of a Lady […]

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