Attorney Gibbs in All-Star Speaker Line-Up at Pro-Family Rally

Senators, singers, and everyday saints gathered at the capitol building in Columbia, SC, last Saturday for one purpose: to declare their support for traditional, biblical marriage at the We Stand With God Pro-Family rally. Over 10,000 people, 500 pastors, and 600 choir members came together to hear Senator Ted Cruz, Governor Rick Perry, Pastor Dr. Ron Baity, Republican National Committee executive Chad Connelly, SC Representative Richie Yow, and our own Attorney David Gibbs III provide timely, relevant, challenging, and impassioned speeches of hope and encouragement on this most pressing issue of marriage and family.

In our society of apathy and atheism, why would such a group come together?

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Will the IRS Nix Tax-Exempt Status for Religious Organizations?

Within the past month, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen has promised at least twice that religious organizations need not fear tax-exempt status revocation. Keep in mind this is the same official who told the House Ways and Means Committee that emails from former commissioner Lois Lerner, accused of improperly holding up tax-exemption applications from conservative groups, were permanently erased in an agency computer crash.

Can we rely on this man’s word?

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Planned Parenthood or Planned Population?

In New York City, more African-American babies are aborted than are born alive. Today, Planned Parenthood performs more abortions in America than any other single organization.

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Is Your Private Cell Phone Private? Not So Much…

The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution states: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

Sounds like we should feel secure in using our private cell phones, doesn’t it?

If only it were that simple.

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