Sunday, July 25, 2021

Stories You Need to Know

Attorneys for Mississippi Ask Supreme Court to Overturn Roe v. Wade

"We thank Atty. Gen. Fitch for standing strong for the right to life and for the right of duly-elected state legislators to protect the most vulnerable among us."

Federal Judge Says 11-Year-Old Trans Athlete Must Play on Girls’ Team Despite West Virginia Law

“A fear of the unknown and discomfort with the unfamiliar have motivated many of the most malignant harms committed by our country’s governments on their own citizens,” Judge Goodwin said.

J.K. Rowling Hits Back As Trans Activists Threaten Her With Violence, Attacks on Twitter

“To be fair,” the British author observed, “when your can’t get a woman sacked, arrested, or dropped by her publisher, and cancelling her only made her book sales go up, there’s really only one place to go.”

Former Pastor to Florida Megachurch Charged With Grooming, Molesting Girl Starting When She Was 12

"Right now, our primary focus is to pray for any person who has been harmed and support them in any way they need. Please pray with us as we are once again reminded that we live in a dark world that needs help and hope that only God can bring."

Ugandan Man Attacked With Machete By His Own Brother After He Left Islam to Follow Christ

“Are you still a Muslim, or you are now a Christian?”

Arkansas Law Banning Transgender Treatment for Children Blocked By Federal Judge After ACLU Suit

"This ruling sends a clear message to states across the country that gender affirming care is life-saving care, and we won't let politicians in Arkansas — or anywhere else — take it away," the ACLU of Arkansas’ executive director, Holly Dickson, said of the decision.