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Motion to Intervene in Knoxville Insemination Case Denied

This week, Judge Greg McMillan of Knoxville ruled that 52 state legislators would not be allowed to argue that a state statute referring to children born by insemination to a husband and wife should not be interpreted in a way that would substitute the word “spouse” for the word “husband.” The court said that interpreting the statute to treat children in a mother-mother family the same as a mother-father family was not a “policy” issue. Sadly, the attorney general of Tennessee believes that the judge should rewrite the statute, too.

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NBA Ticket Sales Are Down the Toilet

Since yanking its 2017 All-Star game out of North Carolina because state leaders passed a bathroom bill that protected the privacy of women and children instead of pandering to the “transgender” community, ticket sales for ball games have fallen. Some say that could just be All-Star fatigue, but others wonder if the real reason is because fans are tired of the NBA engaging in far-Left politics.

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Facebook Censors Christian Mom for Quoting the Bible

Elizabeth Johnston, aka the “Activist Mommy,” quickly found out this week that Facebook’s new “inclusive community” didn’t like her quoting Scripture verses about homosexuality when she was frozen out of her account twice for the post. When she was able to regain access, she discovered Facebook had deleted her post that used Old and New Testament sources to argue that the Bible condemns homosexuality. “The post Facebook deleted included no name-calling, no threats, and no harassment. It was intellectual discussion and commentary on the Bible,” she said.

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Jane Roe Dies

Norma McCorvey, also know as the famous Jane Roe of the 1973 Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade, recently died at 69 from heart failure. As Roe, McCorvey sued the state of Texas because abortion was illegal in the Lone Star State and she found herself with an unwanted pregnancy at the time. Despite being part of one of the most highly publicized cases, McCorvey not only did not abort any children once abortion became legalized, but she became a pro-life Christian. She leaves behind three daughters. “Though she was the Jane Roe of Roe vs. Wade, she worked hard for the day when that decision would be reversed,” the family wrote in a letter.

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CPAC Averts Major Meltdown

As the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) meets this week in the nation’s capital, the group nearly missed a major snafu. The group had invited Breitbart’s gay senior editor Milo Yiannopoulos to be a featured speaker but quickly changed course when it was discovered that he approved of boy-man love and might even approve of pedophilia. Writes commentator Dr. Michael Brown, “while CPAC is a political organization rather than a religious one, if it fails to hold the line on gay activism, it will cease to be truly conservative.”

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