Pastors: America's future and moral foundation clearly at risk

(OneNewsNow) One of the country's leading evangelists is sounding a warning that America is under attack from within – and a respected Christian apologist couldn't agree with him more.

In a Facebook post on Veterans Day, Dr. Franklin Graham wrote: "It seems our nation is under attack – attack from within, from socialists who want to bring anarchy to our streets. The hard-won freedoms we have enjoyed in America are very much at stake."

Graham called for prayer for America's president and commander-in-chief as he leads the nation during these turbulent times: "[Pray] that God would give him wisdom, grace, and understanding for times such as these." He hash-tagged the post with the name of Donald Trump.

Apologist Dr. Alex McFarland...agrees that America is under attack - and argues that it started decades ago in the classrooms of the nation's public schools.

The Senate: A Huge Win and Two Enormous Contests

(Family Policy Alliance) This week, we celebrated a huge election victory: prolife Senator Thom Tillis won the North Carolina Senate race. Your support helped Family Policy Alliance reach hundreds of thousands of key North Carolina voters in this tight race with mail, digital ads, and text messages...

The current balance of power in the U.S. Senate is 50 Republicans and 48 Democrats with two races yet to be determined. Which party controls the U.S. Senate will be decided by runoff elections for both Georgia Senate races on January 5. Those campaigns are well underway, with early voting set to begin on December 14. Family Policy Alliance of Georgia-endorsed candidate Senator Kelly Loeffler will face Planned Parenthood-endorsed Raphael Warnock. Family Policy Alliance of Georgia -endorsed Senator David Perdue will face Planned Parenthood-endorsed Jon Ossoff.

It’s hard to overstate how critical the two Georgia runoffs are. If the Left can win these two seats, then they will potentially control both chambers of Congress and the White House (depending on the final resolution of the presidency).

Covid has lead to a Constitutional Test for Religious Freedom

(FRC) In a keynote speech before the Federalist Society convention this week, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito provided a stark reminder of the need to consistently be on guard to defend our freedoms, observing that "[t]he [coronavirus] pandemic has resulted in previously unimaginable restrictions on individual liberty."

While Justice Alito's speech is drawing sharp criticism, he merely spoke the truth.

"I think it is an indisputable statement of fact -- we have never before seen restrictions as severe, extensive, and prolonged as those experienced for most of 2020. Think of all the live events that would otherwise be protected ... think of worship services, churches closed on Easter Sunday, synagogues closed for Passover on Yom Kippur ..."

How The Mayflower Compact Changed History Forever 400 Years Ago

(The Federalist) The Plymouth colony was not the first English colony in the New World. It was not even the first successful English colony. But it may have been the single most important one: important both for the precedents it established, and the legacies it left.

Indeed, there is a strong case that we should celebrate Nov. 11 — the day that the rugged square-rigger called the Mayflower made safe harbor near what is now Provincetown, Massachusetts — as one of the greatest moments in our national story, comparable in its way to July 4, Independence Day, and Sept. 17, Constitution Day. But let me qualify that statement a little.

California Banning ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ And Other Books

(RedState) A California school district decided to remind everyone why the Golden State has descended into an abyss of stupid. Schools in Burbank have reportedly decided that they will no longer teach certain classic novels, including Harper Lee’s “To Kill A Mockingbird” due to concerns over racism.

According to Newsweek, “until further notice, teachers in the area will not be able to include on their curriculum Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, Theodore Taylor’s The Cay and Mildred D. Taylor’s Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry.”

Coronavirus Vaccines Should Not be Made From Aborted Babies

(LifeNews) COVID-19 has brought many challenges to us all—medical, ethical, societal. It has also intensified and sharpened the focus of some ongoing bioethical challenges, especially regarding fetal tissue research and the related topic of abortion-derived cell lines and vaccine production. We looked at both of these issues in the spring of 2020, early in the COVID-19 pandemic. Time for some updates, new information and analysis.

In March, we looked at the continuing controversy of fetal tissue research, especially with regard to the science and federal taxpayer funding of research with fetal tissue from ongoing abortion. Pro-abortion advocates including some scientists continue to claim that fetal tissue research saves lives and is vital to medical research, yet those claims for fetal tissue are specious and have been repeatedly proven false.

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