Death Penalty

Transgender employees vs. Christian business owners

Religious Liberty | Courts increasingly rule gender identity trumps religious liberty
by Bonnie Pritchett
Posted 3/13/18, 01:44 pm

On the eve of International Women’s Day, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of a man who identifies as a woman, ignoring appeals to religious liberty and declaring that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 applies to those undergoing gender “transitioning.”

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When religious beliefs and civic duty collide

Religious Liberty | Mennonite woman jailed for refusing to testify in death penalty review
by Bonnie Pritchett
Posted 3/06/18, 01:43 pm

A Colorado Court of Appeals on March 2 affirmed a judge’s contempt charges against Greta Lindecrantz, a 67-year-old Mennonite woman who has been behind bars since Feb. 26.

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Associated Press/Photo by Kelly P. Kissel

Death sentences

Life | Both capital punishment and abortion touch on morality, justice, and the value of human life
by Cal Thomas
Posted 4/13/17, 10:26 am

Nearly three-dozen men sit on death row in Arkansas, where capital punishment has been suspended since 2005. Unless clemency is granted, eight of them will be given lethal injections all within a 10-day period later this month.

Why so many? Why the rush?

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