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A mere three hours before Governor Pritzker was scheduled to be held accountable by the United States Supreme Court for his unconstitutional and discriminatory church-closing orders, he has now ABANDONED those orders. THEY ARE NO MORE! That’s right. Governor Pritzker had recently said that he would ...

The Center for Medical Progress, whose undercover videos exposed Planned Parenthood leadership negotiating the harvesting and sale of aborted fetal body parts, released a new video today featuring Planned Parenthood officials’ sworn videotaped testimony about the sales ...

... the Chicago Department of Public Health sent a letter to Elim Pentecostal Church and other Romanian churches in the city threatening closure and “summary abatement.” In the threatening letter, Commissioner Allison Arwady wrote: “I am authorized to seek to enjoin such nuisance or to cause the same to be summarily abated in such manner as I may direct….” The letter ended by stating that “the City will take steps necessary to ...

In a week when faithful Jews are observing Shavuot ... and serious Christians are celebrating Pentecost — the birth of the Church in Jerusalem two thousand years ago — it is a blessing that California Governor Gavin Newsom has to a limited extent lifted his ban on worship gatherings in his state. But... wait. What is this business of civil government banning and permitting and stipulating congregational seating, number of hymns, communion protocols ...

On May 26, Virginia’s Gov. Ralph Northam announced that wearing masks outside one’s home will be mandatory effective May 29. He first hinted he might issue a masking order a week ago, likely to test the water. A new refrain in public discourse is growing in volume by the day: “Things will never be the same.” The certainty with which we are assured of this pre-determined future is perplexing ...

The governors of all 50 states and the mayors of many large cities have assumed unto themselves the powers to restrict private personal choices and lawful public behavior in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19. They have done so not by enforcing previously existing legislation but by crafting their own executive orders, styling those orders as if they were laws ...

... A law that was supposed to help people did the opposite of what politicians intended. I think about that when I read about today’s $600/week federal unemployment check subsidies for the coronavirus. Added to average $378 state payments, unemployment now often pays better than working. Incentives matter ...

A Baltimore pastor tore up a cease-and-desist letter mid-sermon Wednesday night after local officials threatened a $5,000 fine earlier in the week for holding in-person services. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced last Friday that houses of worship could reopen at 50 percent capacity, citing ...

A long list of religious leaders signed onto a letter sent Tuesday requesting that Congress' next coronavirus relief package include legal immunity for religious organizations reopening amid an onslaught of new regulations surrounding the pandemic ...

On Tuesday, the letter below was sent to Governor Newsom from the Civil Rights Division from the Department of Justice on behalf of Attorney General William Bar. Church United's Bishop Art Hodges, South Bay Pentecostal Church's (Chula Vista, San Diego) emergency court appeal is also mentioned in the DOJ's letter. Yesterday, Tyler & Bursch and Advocates for Faith and Freedom sent this letter and Declaration of Essentially to California's Governor Gavin Newsom ...