November 5, 2018 Truth2Freedom Briefing Report (US•World•Christian)

REUTERS

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Barack Obama made dueling election appearances on Sunday, offering sharply different views on the country’s problems but agreeing on the high stakes for voters in the final 48 hours of a tight campaign.

The United States imposed strict sanctions on Iran on Monday and threatened more action to stop Tehran pursuing “outlaw” policies, steps the Islamic Republic condemned as economic warfare and vowed to defy.

Iran is not concerned about reimposed U.S. sanctions and will not yield to pressure to change its policies, a senior Iranian official said on Monday.

Pope Francis called on Monday for the eradication of anti-Semitism following an increase in attacks and hate crimes against Jews in several countries and said it was vital to preserve the memory of the Holocaust.

Bulgaria has seized more than $1.35 million in fake banknotes and charged three men suspected with membership of an organized crime ring making counterfeit bills, prosecutors said on Monday.

The Pakistani lawyer who helped free a Christian woman who had been sentenced to death in Pakistan for blasphemy has fled to the Netherlands, a Dutch Christian rights group said on Monday.

The legal fight over a 2016 lower court ruling upholding Obama-era net neutrality regulations aimed at ensuring a free and open internet – rules that have since been repealed by President Donald Trump’s administration – came to a formal end on Monday, with the U.S. Supreme Court declining to take up the matter.

Venezuela is seeking to repatriate about $550 million in gold bars from the Bank of England because of fears it could be caught up in international sanctions on the country, two sources with direct knowledge of the effort told Reuters.

Lowe’s is closing 20 underperforming stores in the United States and 31 in Canada as part of a restructuring, the home improvement retailer said on Monday.

AP Top Stories

A report by the Republican-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee concluded that no evidence supported the “numerous allegations” of misconduct against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh that surfaced during his confirmation process.

Nineteen suspected jihadists linked to a deadly attack on Coptic Christians in central Egypt have been killed in a shootout with police, the interior ministry said Sunday.

Gunmen killed at least seven Christians who were returning from baptizing a child at a Coptic monastery in Egypt on Friday, officials said – the most serious attack on the minority in more than a year.

The Trump administration is set to defend its controversial decision to add a question about citizenship to the 2020 census in a closely watched federal trial that will begin Monday in New York City.

The United States has warned its citizens in Tanzania to be cautious after the commercial capital Dar es Salaam announced a crackdown on homosexuality, a criminal offense in the country.

Iraqi officials and fishermen are at a loss to explain how hundreds of tons of carp have suddenly died in fish farms in the Euphrates River, fueling anxieties about soaring water pollution.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met with visiting Cuban president in Pyongyang and discussed “crucial issues of common concern” on the current international situation, the North’s state media reported Monday.

An oil export pipeline in Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdish region has been upgraded to a capacity of 1 million barrels per day from 700,000 bpd, the Kurdish regional government’s natural resources ministry said on Sunday.

The husband of a Christian woman acquitted eight years after being sentenced to death for blasphemy, but not released after countrywide protests, appealed on Sunday to U.S. President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May to help the family leave Pakistan.

The mayor of a Utah city was killed in the Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday in an apparent insider attack, the state’s lieutenant governor said.

The United States will exempt China, India and Japan from oil sanctions on Iran, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday, while vowing to be “relentless” in pressuring Tehran.

BBC

At least 78 students and three others, including the school principal, were abducted on Monday morning in Bamenda, the capital of the North-West region of Cameroon.

The first members of a large group of migrants travelling through Mexico towards the United States have arrived in the capital, Mexico City. About 450 people, mostly men and boys, were given temporary shelter at a sports stadium. They are part of a now 5,000-strong group, known as the migrant caravan, which left Honduras on 12 October.

Germany’s foremost Jewish organization has called for special classes for Muslim immigrants to help stop the spread of anti-Semitism.

Child suicides in Japan are the highest they have been in more than three decades. In the fiscal year 2016/7 up to March, 250 children from elementary to high school age were recorded as having taken their own lives.

WND

Three 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judges are considering a case in which government officials facilitated sex-change treatments for a minor child against the parent’s specific instructions.


News – 11/5/2018

Breakingviews – Brazil’s Bolsonaro gives China electric shock

Like U.S. President Donald Trump, Brazil’s new president-elect intoned darkly about Beijing on the campaign trail. “The Chinese are not buying in Brazil,” he said. “They are buying Brazil.”

Oprah stumps for evil while Trump stands for good

The Democrat Party is evil. They are worse today than ever before – worse than during slavery, Jim Crow, lynch mobs, or the heyday of the KKK. Most people don’t realize we are in a spiritual battle of right versus wrong, good versus evil. There are people of all cultures, male and female, on the side of good. And there are men and women of all races, all cultures, on the side of evil.

Armed With Assault Rifles, Black Panthers March For Stacey Abrams

Members of the Black Panther Party marched through the city of Atlanta, strapped with assault rifles and brandishing Stacey Abrams campaign signs. In a video posted on the group’s Facebook page on Saturday, members of the Black Panther Party are seen marching through the West End neighborhood of Atlanta in support of Stacey Abrams gubernatorial campaign. As they marched, the Black Panthers carried assault rifles and continually shouted slogans such as “black power”

What If We Listened To The ‘Progressive’ Christians?

Had we followed the advice of these leaders: 1) there would be almost no chance of overturning Roe v. Wade for another generation; 2) our religious freedoms would continue to evaporate; 3) our children would be forced to endure an increasingly aggressive LGBT agenda in their schools; 4) there would be less and less pushback to the intimidating, silencing tactics of the left. (This is just a short list of the most obvious concerns.) “It’s ironic that ‘progressive’ Christians blast evangelicals who voted for Trump, calling us hypocrites. Yet they support pro-abortion candidates, they support radical LGBT activism, and they often stand against Israel. Perhaps this is the pot calling the kettle black?”

Synagogue-vandalism suspect worked for Obama

A 26-year-old man charged with vandalizing a historic New York City synagogue days after the Pittsburgh massacre has been identified as a former campaign worker for Barack Obama. James Polite was described as having “much of his childhood in foster care” and performed canvassing work for Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign. After a chance meeting, he got a job that year as an intern for Christine Quinn, a former speaker of New York City’s city council who was also a former mayoral candidate.

Georgia Investigating Democrats For Allegedly Hacking Voting System

Two days before the Nov. 6 midterm elections, Georgia Secretary of State and Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp revealed on Sunday that his office is opening an investigation into the Georgia Democratic Party on allegations that it attempted to hack the state’s voting system, including allegations of possible cyber crimes

Kremlin says Putin, Trump to hold substantive meeting at G20 in Argentina

Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S President Donald Trump will meet for a long session on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Argentina in a month’s time, a Kremlin aide said on Friday. A separate meeting between the leaders on Nov. 11 during events in Paris to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War One would be short, said the aide, Yuri Ushakov.

Trump Begins New Iran Sanctions for Non-Compliance With Nuke Deal

The second round of American sanctions on Iran will take effect on Nov. 5 at 12:01 a.m., the Trump administration announced on Friday. That’s been the plan since U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew the United States in May from the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal, which lifted those sanctions. The upcoming round will include targeting Iran’s “energy, shipping and the ship-building sectors, as well as the provision of insurance and transactions involving the Central Bank of Iran and designated Iranian financial institutions,” said State Department spokesperson Rob Palladino on Wednesday.

American Jewry’s False Prophets

Between a quarter and 30% of American Jews voted for Trump. A quarter of American Jews intend to vote Republican in next week’s election. Foer wants them all to be ostracized because, he says, they are dangerous. Taken to its logical conclusion, Foer’s statement was also a declaration of war against the Jews of Israel. For as much as Foer and his totalitarian comrades hate Trump, Israeli Jews support him. More than 75% of Israeli Jews consider Trump a great friend.

US troops seen setting up barbed wire near Mexico border

The protection reportedly includes roughly 1,000 feet of fencing along the Rio Grande. The barrier was installed near the Hidalgo Texas Port of Entry, underneath the McAllen-Hidalgo International Bridge, which crosses the river from Texas into Mexico. A Border Patrol spokesperson said the fencing was being used as part of “necessary preparations”

Hollywood Raises $60 Million to Support the IDF

Perhaps its a sign of the times, when support for the “Palestinian cause” is waning, that the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF) raised more money than ever before at its annual Western Region Gala last week. The Western Region Gala naturally encompasses Hollywood, where, despite its overtly liberal veneer, the Israeli military has many supporters.

Report: Netanyahu backs advancement of bill calling for death penalty of terrorists

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reportedly given his blessing to advance a bill that seeks the death penalty for terrorists. According to Israel’s public broadcaster Kan, a Knesset committee will begin preliminary discussions on preparing the law for the first reading, after the heads of parties agreed on the advancement of the bill on Sunday.

October 2018 was best ever month for Israel’s tourism industry

The month of October might have just ended, but it was certainly an impressive month for Israel’s tourism industry. The Ministry of Tourism released a report in which it said that more tourists had visited Israel in October than ever before, with a total of about 486,000 registered entries to the country. This represents a 19% increase of April 2018 numbers, which held the previous record for tourist entrances, and a 14% increase from October of last year.

Report: Bill allowing only party leader to form gov’t to be raised in Knesset on Sunday

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will not initiate a new election for the Knesset until a law is passed limiting the power of the president, Likud sources said Sunday, confirming a report on Channel 2. The bill will raised in Knesset on Sunday, Walla! news reported on Monday. The report said that Netanyahu had obtained the support of his coalition partners for a bill that would prevent the president from asking an MK who is not a party leader to form a government.

Delhi panic over toxic air ahead of Indian festival Diwali

Panic gripped the Indian capital Delhi on Monday as residents woke up to a blanket of thick grey smog ahead of Diwali, the festival of lights. Visibility is poor as pollution levels reached 20 times the World Health Organisation’s recommended limit. The air quality is expected to worsen in the coming days due to the use of firecrackers, experts have warned.

Xi Jinping pledges to cut Chinese import tariffs

China has promised to further cut import tariffs and open its economy as it tries to address criticisms that its trade practices are “unfair”. In a speech at a Shanghai trade expo, President Xi Jinping also made a robust defence of the global free trade system which he said was “under attack”. The comments are being seen as a reference to the US, with which China is fighting a bitter trade war.

Ireland warns UK over post-Brexit border issue

The UK government has been warned to stick to its commitment to avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said a time-limited arrangement – or one that could be unilaterally ended by the UK – would never get EU backing. The border issue is the main barrier to progress between the two sides.

Iran sanctions: Rouhani defiant as US re-imposes measures

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has vowed to “break” swingeing sanctions re-imposed by the US targeting core parts of the economy. The Trump administration is restoring all sanctions lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal in a bid to pressure Iran. They will hit oil exports, shipping and banks, and make it difficult to do business with the oil-rich nation.

Another Kavanaugh accuser admits to fabricating rape story

One of Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh’s accusers admitted this week that she made up her lurid tale of a backseat car rape, saying it “was a tactic” to try to derail the judge’s confirmation to the Supreme Court. Sen. Charles E. Grassley, chairman of the Judiciary Committee revealed the fraud in a letter to the FBI and Justice Department Friday, asking them to prosecute Judy Munro-Leighton for lying to and obstructing Congress.

Are you ready for a chip implant?

You walk into a grocery store and pick up eggs. No smartphone? No problem. You swipe your hand across a reader, and the amount is deducted from your bank account. If that sounds far-fetched, you obviously haven’t been to Sweden recently, where thousands of people have reportedly had chips implanted in their bodies. A company called Biohax has already “installed” around 4,000 chips in customers, inserted just below the thumb.

Canada offers a life lesson to a timid, quiet Church

A longtime Canadian activist has been warning for years that Christians are the enemy of the State, and now an allegation of outright discrimination in Ontario is highlighting that ongoing antagonism.

DARPA Requests FAA Approval For Military Drones Over US Cities
It wasn’t long ago that drone surveillance inside US borders was considered a conspiracy theory, but now it is widely accepted as part of our daily lives without question.

Oprah stumps for evil while Trump stands for good

The Democrat Party is evil. They are worse today than ever before – worse than during slavery, Jim Crow, lynch mobs, or the heyday of the KKK. Most people don’t realize we are in a spiritual battle of right versus wrong, good versus evil. There are people of all cultures, male and female, on the side of good. And there are men and women of all races, all cultures, on the side of evil.

2018 DEA Report: Mexico Poses the ‘Greatest Criminal Drug Threat to the United States’

Mexican Transnational Criminal Organizations (TCOs) “remain the greatest criminal drug threat to the United States; no other group is currently positioned to challenge them,” according to the 2018 National Drug Threat Assessment, released today by the Drug Enforcement Administration.

Amazon Hires 20,000 Less Workers For Holiday Season As Robots Continue To Take A Larger Slice of The Workforce Pie

Most people are not aware the extent to which robots are replacing humans in the workforce. Mega-companies like Amazon, Google and Apple have been spending billions on robotics and AI, as companies like Tesla and others work to perfect the self-driving automobile. Wages are going up for existing employees, but new hires are dropping drastically.

Typhus spreads through Los Angeles; over 100 cases reported

When we reported on Los Angeles in early October, the city was experiencing an outbreak of the bacterial disease typhus. At that point, 20 cases had been reported. One month later, the number of recorded cases has risen to over 100.

Popular Leftist Website Urges Readers to Cut Through Border Fences to Assist Migrant Caravans

A popular far-left Antifa website, which is frequently linked to or used as a source by more mainstream outlets like the Daily Beast, is urging readers to cut through border fences to assist the migrant caravans making their way to our border.

Mexico Says Nearly 3,000 Migrants Have Abandoned The ‘Migrant Caravan’
The caravan is now down to around 4,000 migrants.

Donald Trump: “We trust in God, Protect Freedom of Worship, Believe in the Power of Prayer

Picture President Donald Trump making his way waist-high through a vile and treacherous swamp, Home Office of the Deep State. Is that a tree stump up ahead, or a camouflaged crocodile lying in wait?

Transgender Men Showering with Abuse Victims? A Vital Women’s Shelter Run by Christians Is Now at Risk

A faith-based women’s homeless shelter in Anchorage is pushing back against the city after it tried to require the shelter to accept transgender people.

See proof that Democrats are now the party of MASS MENTAL ILLNESS
See the video proof that Democrats have now become the party of mass mental illness. “Unhinged” doesn’t even begin to describe the lunatic behavior of left-wing activists. One left-wing professor named Christine Fair recently said that conservative (GOP) senators should be murdered, have their genitals cut off, and then their genitals should be fed to pigs.

BREAKING: Deranged Man Charges Priest on Altar Screaming Profanities During Live EWTN Broadcast

Video: The channel airs round-the-clock Catholic-themed programming. On this morning’s broadcast of Sunday mass a crazed man charged the altar during Communion.

Israeli security forces raid PA offices outside Jerusalem, sparking clashes

Israeli security forces raided the Palestinian Authority’s Jerusalem Governorate headquarters and Jerusalem Affairs Ministry on Sunday, the official PA news site Wafa reported.

WHOA: Anti-Brexit Cadwalladr Accidentally Admits Soros Link

Her stream of endless falsehoods has earned her the nickname “Carole Codswallop“, though I now suspect that rather than being just a moron Remain running dog barking up the wrong trees, she is a useful idiot on behalf of… you guessed it… George Soros and his Open Society Foundations.

Egyptian leader says peace treaty with Israel ‘stable and permanent’

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi on Sunday affirmed that “the peace agreement with Israel is stable and permanent” and said most Egyptians support the nearly 40-year-old treaty.

‘Jesus Can Change Anyone’: These Ex-LGBTQ People Are Bringing a Freedom March of Hope to L.A.

The message of the Good News will be shouted from the rooftops by former transgender, lesbian, and gay individuals. People who have left the LGBTQ lifestyle and turned to Jesus are taking part in a freedom march in Los Angeles this weekend.

U.S. finally admits Agent Orange residue poisoned its own soldiers

After decades of denial, the Department of Veteran Affairs finally acknowledged that Monsanto’s Agent Orange, a herbicide sprayed across Vietnam during the war, was responsible for the health ailments of over 2,100 Air Force servicemen.

President Donald Trump Returning God to the Public Square

Few mainstream or social media ever mention it but it is as true as day follows night,  President Donald Trump is not only Making America Great Again, he is returning God to the Public Square.

Egypt says it killed 19 in shootout with perpetrators of attack on Christians
Egypt said Sunday that security forces have killed 19 jihadists in a shootout, including the gunmen suspected of killing seven Christians in an attack on pilgrims traveling to a remote desert monastery.


Mid-Day Snapshot

The Foundation

“Laws are made for men of ordinary understanding and should, therefore, be construed by the ordinary rules of common sense. Their meaning is not to be sought for in metaphysical subtleties which may make anything mean everything or nothing at pleasure.“—Thomas Jefferson (1823)

In Today’s Edition

  • Hypocrisy is once again off the charts for one “constitutional law professor.”
  • Senate investigation finds “no evidence” of any claims against Kavanaugh.
  • Vote for the party that doesn’t despise you.
  • How do Evangelicals cope with the modern political world?
  • The mail “bombs” were almost certainly fake. Why isn’t that being reported.
  • Closing the asylum loophole for illegals.
  • Daily Features: Top Headlines, Memes, Cartoons, Columnists, and Short Cuts.

Unconstitutional Expert Weighs in on Trump

“A president doesn’t get to decide on his own who’s an American citizen and who’s not.”

Senate Investigative Report Exonerates Kavanaugh

The big takeaway: No evidence has been found to corroborate any of the accusations.

Vote for the Party That Doesn’t Despise You

From anti-Semitism to anti-White bigotry, the Democrat Party hates a lot of Americans.

Politics and Evangelicals: In the World or of It?

The New York Times has an exposé on “Evangelicals” that — surprise — misses the mark.

Fake Bombing Headlines?

Within 24 hours of the discovery of the mail packages, federal investigators knew those “bombs” were inert.

Closing the Asylum Loophole for Illegals

The president announced an executive order aimed at preventing the abuse of the nation’s asylum system.

Video: Does Birthright Citizenship Win Elections?

Scott Ott, Bill Whittle, and Steve Green talk about the political implications of Trump’s move.

Video: What Americans Think About Birthright Citizenship

The Heritage Foundation asks, how much do people really know about the issue?

Video: Is Having Kids Socially Irresponsible?

If the world’s population continues to grow, our natural resources are going to have to keep up.

Video: Censored in America

Private companies have every right to ban whomever they want, but Stossel asks, should they?

Monday Short Cuts

“One of the (many) odd conceits of celebrityhood is the notion that … [it] somehow qualifies one to tell others how to vote.” —Pat Sajak

Monday Top Headlines

Midterm hoopla, caravan swells, Demo “PTSD,” Kavanaugh cleared, and more.
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Today’s Opinion

Scott Powell

Our Democracy Depends on Midterm Elections

Gary Bauer

Jobs Boom

Hans von Spakovsky

Why Trump Can End Birthright Citizenship by Executive Order

Burt Prelutsky

Race Relations, 2018

Imprimis

America’s Cold Civil War


Today’s Meme


Today’s Cartoon


Headlines – 11/5/2018

Greenblatt meets Netanyahu – “Discussed important topics including the situation in Gaza and regional developments”

GOP Candidate: No Peace in Israel Until Jews Convert to Christianity

Jordan says Israel has asked to discuss canceled borderlands deal

Egyptian leader says peace treaty with Israel ‘stable and permanent’

Fatah said to back Egypt’s bid for Israel-Gaza calm, but not a full ceasefire

Egypt not opposed to letting Qatar pay Hamas salaries, despite PA concerns

Sirens blare in southern Israel in false alarm amid reports of ceasefire

Florida imam: Palestine must be liberated, even at cost of millions of martyrs

Jerusalem’s Catholic leaders seek repeal of Israel’s Jewish nation-state law

Many countries planning to move embassies to Jerusalem, official says

Moving the Australian Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem Will Advance the Peace Process

Muslim states pan Brazil for pledging Jerusalem embassy move

Jewish Nurse Who Treated Suspected Pittsburgh Shooter: I Did It Out of Love

Hate crime increase against Jews in 2017 is MUCH worse than being reported

Florida woman’s Nazi death camp-themed yard display angers neighbors

Transport chief to visit Oman to push rail link plan between Israel and Gulf

Israel Announces New Oil and Gas Venture in Eastern Mediterranean

Israeli Gas Exports to Egypt Hit Snag Over Capacity of Pipeline

Nineteen ‘involved in attack on Copts’ killed in clashes with Egypt police

Assad, Russia envoy discuss Syria constitutional committee

Syrian rights group says 16 individuals died after torture in detention centers

Islamic State Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Car Bomb That Killed One in Syria’s Raqqa

Blasts across Baghdad kill six people, say sources

Europe opens door to sanctions on Iran after terror plots in Denmark, Paris

Israeli Defense Chief Thanks Trump for Reimposing Sanctions on Iran; Rohani Warns of ‘War Situation’

Iran launches military drill in response to return of US sanctions

Iran sanctions: Rouhani defiant as US re-imposes measures

US unleashes “toughest ever” sanctions on Iran

Iran braces for fresh US sanctions including oil embargo

Iran will sell oil and break US sanctions, President Rouhani says

Pompeo insists US sanctions will not hurt the Iranian people

Pompeo rebuts critics who want sterner Iran sanctions

Liberman: Reimposed Iran sanctions a ‘sea change’ for Mideast

Notorious Antisemite Louis Farrakhan Leads ‘Death to America’ Chant on Solidarity Trip to Iran

Farrakhan compares Trump to Satan during visit to Iran

‘Whatever it takes’: people brave war in Yemen in hope of reaching Europe

UK backs UN call for Saudi Arabia and Houthis to end Yemen bloodshed

Saudi-backed Forces Advance Towards Yemen’s Hodeidah as UN Warns of Famine

How a Saudi royal crushed his rivals in a ‘shakedown’ at the Ritz-Carlton

In wake of Khashoggi killing, Saudi rights record comes under UN spotlight

Saudi Arabia to UN Rights Council: Khashoggi probe to bring culprits to justice

Jamal Khashoggi’s sons say father’s death ‘over politicized’ by some parties

Saudis Call for Amazon Boycott Over Anger At Washington Post

North Korea issues nuclear threat ahead of high-level talks with US

North Korea threatens to resume nuclear weapons program over sanctions

Cuban president meets North Korea’s Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang

China to help Pakistan avert fiscal crisis, ‘more talks needed’

Brazil’s next president declares war on ‘fake news’ media

Migrant caravans swell to 12,000, get some help along the way

Democrats traumatized by 2016 are having pre-midterms nightmares

Non-stop ads and robocalls: welcome to America’s costliest election

Abrams’ foe Kemp announces probe into Georgia Democratic Party for ‘possible cyber crimes’ days before election

5.9 magnitude earthquake hits near Otrada, Russia

Sabancaya volcano in Peru erupts to 26,000ft

Sangay volcano in Ecuador erupts to 22,000ft

Veniaminof volcano in Alaska erupts to 18,000ft

Reventador volcano in Ecuador erupts to 17,000ft

Italy floods: Death toll climbs to 17 – as 14 million trees destroyed

Sicily: Storms, floods kill at least 10 people; 2 missing

Severe weather likely on Election Day as a major storm develops in central and eastern U.S.

Leading into Election Day, severe weather outbreak could bring possible tornadoes

Carp ‘annihilated’ as Iraq’s water pollution woes worsen

Typhus outbreak in Los Angeles County surpasses 100 patients

Vaccination campaign launched in Orthodox neighborhoods amid measles outbreak

Indian mother killed with daughters for failing to produce male child

11-year-old shoots grandmother, kills self after refusing to clean his room, police say

Teen Accused Of Killing Mom And Burying Her Body Over Bad Grade – He was “very proud of what he did”

Senate Judiciary Committee releases full Brett Kavanaugh report: ‘No evidence’ to back sexual assault claims

In France, spate of homophobic attacks on record is just ‘the tip of the iceberg’

U.S. warns its citizens in Tanzania before anti-gay crackdown

Transgender Men Showering with Abuse Victims? A Vital Women’s Shelter Run by Christians Is Now at Risk

Catholic bishops promised reform in sex-abuse scandal. But they didn’t look at their own misdeeds


Apostasy Watch Daily News

Steven Kozar – A Parable About Ignorance in the Church (And Some Solutions)

Alistair Begg on Voting

Tim Keller: Darwinian Evolutionist

James McDonald – Making False Biblical Excuses to Sue Brethren

Megachurch Pastor Victor Couzens Denies Suicide Note, Asks God to Help Him Keep Job After Sex Scandal

Growing up in Westboro Baptist Church: We were “true believers,” everyone else the enemy

The end of GOD? Claims humans will ‘worship AI Messiah’

Asia Bibi prohibited from leaving country in deal to end Pakistan protests over blasphemy case

Asia Bibi: Lawyer flees Pakistan in fear of his life

Asia Bibi blasphemy case: Husband pleads for asylum

Coptic Christian attack: Egypt police ‘kill 19 attackers’


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