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USA Radio Networks Lands "The Steve Deace Show"

RALEIGH, NC. — USA Radio Networks makes a huge leap forward in signing nationally syndicated radio host Steve Deace (pronounced “Dace”). Deace is cons...

"Doc Fix" process driving physicians out of Medicare

A Washington DC-based policy group contends a growing number of physicians are battling challenges and leaving the Medicare. The flight from the healt...

Critically needed SIM doctors head to Ebola--stricken West Africa in advance of International Volunteer Day

Critically needed SIM doctors head to Ebola--stricken West Africa in advance of International Volunteer Day

In advance of International Volunteer Day Dec. 5, two SIM USA physicians - one a long-term veteran and the second a new, short-term volunteer - are he...

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Govt Tells Christian Ministers: Perform Same-Sex Weddings or Face Jail, Fines

COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys filed a federal lawsuit Donald Knappand a motion for a temporary restraining order Friday to stop officials in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, from forcing two ordained Christian ministers to perform wedding ceremonies for same-sex couples.

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#HoustonWeHaveAProblem Petition Demands City of Houston Cease Bullying Actions Against Pastors

Raleigh, NC |Christian News Service| — Faith Driven Consumer™, the group that emerged on the national stage last year with its #IStandWithPhil campaign that played a leading role in Phil Robertson's return to Duck Dynasty, continues to serve as an advocate for more than 41 million consumers who spend $2 trillion annually. Today, the group is launching a major petition campaign #HoustonWeHaveAProblem – using the website HoustonProblem.com – demanding that the City of Houston immediately “cease and desist all bullying and other offensive actions” against a group of pastors who are victims of an aggressive harassment effort at the hands of the city government. The city is demanding that a group of pastors turn over any sermons – including personal correspondence such as emails – “dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor” as reported by Fox News.

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Calif Churches File Complaint Against Imposed Abortion Coverage

WASHINGTON – Life Legal Defense Foundation and Alliance Defending Freedom filed a formal complaintThursday with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services over the California Department of Managed Health Care’s decision to force all employers, including churches, to pay for elective abortions in their health insurance plans. LLDF and ADF represent seven California churches that object to offering their employees insurance plans covering elective abortions and allege that DMHC’s coercion of abortion coverage violates federal law.

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Doctors Declare Jahi McMath is "Alive"

Parents of a young girl declared brain dead are trying to get the courts to declare her alive Jahi McMathagain after brain activity was found.

Eight months after Children’s Hospital Oakland refused to care for 13 year-old Jahi McMath, doctors and attorneys are declaring that Jahi is in fact alive.

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Advocates React to U.S. Supreme Court's 'Punt' on Homosexual Marriage Cases

The Supreme Court’s decision to sidestep five cases Monday cleared the way for same-sex marriages in Indiana, Wisconsin, Utah, supreme courtOklahoma, and Virginia.

"This is a total dereliction of duty, " said Mat Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel. "The Supreme Court abandoned its duty to take up or at least hold these marriage cases. The responsibility for the undermining of marriage rests solely at the U.S. Supreme Court.”

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