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EXCLUSIVE: Dr. Ben Carson: ‘Absolutely Vital’ Americans Stand Up For Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law
Dr. Ben Carson, a likely 2016 presidential contender, tells Breitbart News that it is “absolutely vital” Americans stand up for Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s new religious freedom law.
On March 26, the Tampa Bay Times responded to the numerous pro-Second Amendment bills making their way through the Florida legislature by suggesting that "gun rights are not absolute."
Though Republican Gov. Doug Ducey of Arizona ran as a candidate opposed to the Common Core standards in 2014, he claims a bill that would abolish the controversial initiative in his state is not “necessary” and wants, instead, to “fix” the standards.
To the extent there remains a battle for the so called soul of the Republican Party, conservatives will likely have to find a way to up their own game over the next few critical years, or risk complete defeat for their own agenda.
Rather than open season on gays, as one headline writer said about the Indiana law, there is a shrinking public space for holding a view on marriage that was held by President Obama and Hillary Clinton only a few years ago. Christians are merely asking for protection in holding and practicing those same beliefs. Tim Cook says no.
Thursday Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed into law the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) and has been shielding himself ever since from a tirade of slings and arrows from the media, celebrities, Liberals, and even the NFL and NBA. All of this is a result of what Pence says is a law that protects religious freedom for “Hoosiers.”
President Obama has scheduled a visit to Kenya in July, according to a statement from the White House, for this year’s Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
Moves by some key allies of Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida) show that he is nearing a decision about running for President, with plans being made to find a suitable successor to run for his Senate seat and an announcement expected to come within just a few weeks.
Americans for Prosperity Foundation has selected Gateway Pundit Jim Hoft to receive the Breitbart Award for Excellence in Online Journalism at this year’s RightOnline conference in Washington, DC on May 1 and 2. Breitbart.com Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow will present the award to Hoft, who recently battled health issues but has continued to be a leading small-government advocate online.
Christina Freundlich is a Democrat communications expert, but she’s created a PR mess for herself.
Sen. Marco Rubio appears ready to make his plans for 2016 official next month, and according to a report from the Tampa Bay Times has already reserved space at the Freedom Tower in Miami for an April 13 event.
Despite lingering gloom from the economic recession, life is getting much better for the most distressed people all over the world.
With state Republican lawmakers pushing Campus, Constitutional, and Open Carry around the country, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Representative Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) have introduced legislation to restore the exercise of Second Amendment rights to DC residents.
President Obama stumbles a bit while returning from a golf trip to Florida, but manages to keep his footing.
A Scott Walker presidential campaign may end up being one of the easier things Tonette Walker has had to endure.
Three prominent liberal activists — including the president of a large union — are calling for Elizabeth Warren to challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination, insisting that the Massachusetts senator’s participation in a competitive primary process would benefit the party.
A Boston police officer who was decorated for his actions during the Boston Marathon Bombing is recovering after being shot in the face in what has been called an "unprovoked attack."
On March 22 a man who opened fire on children and adults in a Philadelphia barbershop was shot and killed by a citizen with a concealed carry permit.
Adam Smith, who once made $200,000 per year as a CFO, claims that after he was fired for uploading a video in which he yelled at a Chick-fil-A employee for the company’s opposition to gay marriage, he hasn’t been able to find a job, and he, his wife, and their four children have had to subsist on food stamps.
In the midst of preparations for the World Meeting of Families to be celebrated in Philadelphia next September with the presence of Pope Francis, Archbishop Charles Chaput offered a grim assessment of the state of religious freedom in the world.
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