An LGBT group did not have a right to sue Blaine Adamson, owner of Hands On Originals print shop, for declining to print messages that violated his religious beliefs, the Kentucky Supreme Court unanimously ruled on Thursday. “Hands On was in good faith objecting to the message it was being asked to disseminate,” Justice David Buckingham wrote in the decision.
Why You Should Vote “NO” on the Proposed PA Constitutional Amendment – Marsy’s Law (HB 276) – in November – Prince Law Offices Blog
This November when you go to the polls or if you’ve requested an absentee ballot, you may see the following question: Shall the Pennsylvania Constitution be amended to grant certain rights to crime…
The anti-abortion documentary Babies Are Still Murdered Here directed by Marcus Pittman and produced by End Abortion Now, Jon Speed, and Christ is King Baptist Church will be published on Thursday, October 31. It focuses on the structural and ideological shortcomings of the pro-life movement as well as the betrayals of the pro-life leaders regarding […]