California Governor Jerry Brown has a bill on his desk awaiting his signature that will allow terminally ill people to obtain a prescription to hasten their death. California would be the fifth American state to authorize the practice. Gov. Brown has not indicated his position on the matter.
The California Senate approved the measure 23–14, with the Assembly approving it by a 44–35 vote.
In the wake of the redefinition of marriage by the US Supreme Court in the Obergefell v. Hodges case, some Kentucky county clerks have contacted the National Center for Life and Liberty regarding their right as American citizens to be provided with a religious accommodation from participating in or personally authorizing a same-sex marriage ceremony.
That deal of a lifetime that seems too good to be true? It probably is in fact too good to be true. Before you or your ministry sign a contract for goods or services, be sure you understand the company you are dealing with and the terms of the agreement.
A Christian recently went to Office Depot to print a flyer containing a prayer for Planned Parenthood and was turned away. Corporate rules say the speech represented in the flyer falls under the category of graphic material or hate speech.
We can only imagine other possible scenarios. Would they print a pro-abortion flyer without question? How about an ISIS recruitment flyer?