Month: December 2015

Poll: Christians most deserving of religious freedom protections

By -NO AUTHOR- By Leah JessenReprinted with permission of The Daily Signal A new poll shows that Americans prioritize protecting Christians’ religious freedom. The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research’s poll found that 82 percent of Americans believe that religious liberty protections are important for Christians. Sixty-one percent of respondents said religious liberty protections Read More …

Sweden wakes up with Muslim-refugee hangover

By -NO AUTHOR- By Natalie JohnsonReprinted with permission of The Daily Signal Sweden, Europe’s greatest benefactor toward Syrian refugees, is moving to tighten its borders as 2016 rolls in. “We’re willing to do more than anyone else,” says Sweden’s migration minister. “But even we have our limits.” Strained after the nation accepted more refugees per Read More …

Motel room Bibles called dangerous as cigarette smoke

By Bob Unruh A team of anti-religion activists dedicated to removing those Gideon-placed Bibles from motel rooms says university facilities can’t have them because they’re linked to the government. And they say private motels can’t have the Bibles, either, because they could “endanger your health and life” and they are as dangerous, like cigarette smoke. Read More …

Terror-linked CAIR in beef over fired Muslims

By Bob Unruh An organization that the U.S. government has linked to terror funding has begun negotiating with a commercial meat-processing company in Colorado over the jobs for hundreds of Muslims who walked off the processing line together, demanding they be given a joint prayer time. The dispute erupted over the last week when several Read More …

Terror-tied Pakistanis caught at Southern border

By Leo Hohmann Two Pakistani men with ties to terrorism were apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border in September, according to a new report, but it marked just the latest indication that jihadists are using the porous southern border to infiltrate the U.S. Pakistan is considered one of many “special interest countries” by the U.S. Department Read More …

‘Ghosts’ prompt Muslim migrants to request new housing

By -NO AUTHOR- (CBS News) Thirty-five asylum-seekers have asked to be relocated from a refugee housing facility in southern Sweden because they believe it’s haunted by ghosts, officials said Wednesday. The asylum-seekers were spooked by flickering lights and noise in the plumbing system at the facility in Grannaforsa, a small village in Smaland province, said Read More …