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Albert Mohler: Rights of Conscience Are Eroding

“Federal judge nullifies conscience rule backed by Trump White House.”

That was a recent headline in the New York Times, reporting on the new rule—now vacated—where the Trump administration sought to extend additional conscience protections, especially for medical practitioners and medical institutions.

What we’re seeing today is an alarming willingness to sacrifice conscience on the altar of abortion and the transgender revolution.

Of course, many of the hospitals where there is conscientious objection are Catholic or Protestant or Jewish.

The attitude today is very revealing. It comes down to essentially this:

“We are thankful that you established all these schools and these hospitals, but we will take them now because we’re going to operate them by entirely secular norms in keeping with the LGBTQ revolution and the demand for abortion and all the rest. Just give us the keys, thank you very much.”

Now, more than ever, we must defend these rights of conscience.

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Owen Strachan: Child Victims of the Sexual Revolution

An uproar has broken out over a Texas custody battle involving Jeffrey Younger. He’s the father of a seven-year-old boy named James. James’s mother has enrolled him in school as a girl. She told him for years that he is a girl because he said he once liked a toy meant for girls. Now she wants to put him on puberty blockers and is pursuing a future “transition” to girlhood for James.

Jeffrey Younger is fighting the case in court and was just granted some say. He and his ex-wife will have joint conservatorship over James.

Do not be confused: we’re in the midst of a gender revolution — change that — children are in the midst of a gender revolution.

We should stand against the gender transitions of children.

We should speak truth. And we should protect children from life-altering treatments.

This is madness.

We cannot be silent.

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Professor Punished for Refusing to Use “Preferred Pronoun” of Student: Dennis Prager and ADF’s Travis Barham

Dennis Prager talks with Travis Barham, Senior Counsel with the Alliance Defending Freedom, about its efforts to discourage bullying by governments and colleges. Barham specifically cites Meriwether v. The Trustees of Shawnee State University in which professor Meriwether was reprimanded and could be fired because he refused to use the preferred pronoun of a transgender student.

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The Case Against Masterpiece Cakeshop Crumbles

Townhall Review with Hugh Hewitt – March 9, 2019

Larry Elder, ADF Senior Vice President Kristen Waggoner and Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips talk about Colorado’s decision to stop harassing Jack.

Mark Davis and ADF Senior Counsel Matt Sharp discuss the Masterpiece Cakeshop case.

Mike Gallagher and Kellyanne Conway talk about their concern with the leftward direction of the Democrat party.

Dennis Prager examines what is behind the Left’s latest attack on the concept of “Preserving American Heritage.”

Seth Leibsohn and Arizona congressman Andy Biggs look at the Democrat leadership’s failure to reign in the socialist and anti-Semitic freshmen.

Pawn Stars host Rick Harrison joins Sebastian Gorka to talk about Rick’s comparison of socialism to heroin.

As the far-left, many colleges, the media, and many in government are championing trans-gender males competing as females against female, many female athletes are crying foul! Dennis Prager examines.

Larry Elder and president and CEO at the Pacific Research Institute look at the Democrat’s Medicare-for-All proposal.

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Albert Mohler: The Revolution Moves Past Martina Navratilova

Martina Navratilova is a name familiar to the nation as the as the winner Wimbledon Women’s Singles title nine times, but she’s in the headlines today because she’s a gay athlete who is now accused of running headlong in conflict with the moral revolutionaries.

No: It’s not about gay rights, but over transgender identity and modern sport.

Late last year Navratilova got in trouble by tweeting, “You can’t just proclaim yourself a female and be able to compete against women.”

After a major backlash, she says she went back to consider the issue, to make sure that she really understood what she was talking about. Now she’s published a piece in the Sunday Times of London—“The Rules on Trans Athletes Reward Cheats and Punish the Innocent.”

She writes: “As I have gone into this with further detail and with further research I believe in my position even more strongly.”

But the revolution has moved past her, and the LGBTQ activists now say she’s on the wrong side of history.

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Albert Mohler: Don’t Say You Were Not Warned


The sexual revolution is marching onward—this time in California’s new curricular framework for public education, as they draft a new curriculum for the public schools.

I downloaded all 1,000 pages—and I can simply say, there’s a lot to be concerned about here.

Just consider the guidelines on gender for 3rd graders: Gender is described as “boy, girl, both, neither, trans, genderqueer, non-binary, gender fluid, gender neutral, transgender, agender, neutrois, bigender, third gender, two spirit ….” and so it goes.

We also have lesson plans on reproductive organs and the argument that they do not necessarily correspond to male and female.

You can imagine where this jumps when you’re talking about high school students.

One more dimension I should note, briefly: Parents, in the document, are clearly considered more likely to be the problem than the solution.

Don’t say you weren’t warned.

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