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In the Stoplight® video “76 Seconds for Liberty,” Stuart Shepard introduces us to Noah, a young election volunteer who just completed his first phone survey with a Michigan voter.  The seed of civic engagement has just sprouted in the heart of this young man, and he’s given us a reason to rediscover hope.  Read more

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The U.S Supreme Court rejected the activism of a federal appeals court and stopped same-sex marriage licenses from being issued in Virginia while the court challenge continues.  Read more


Imagine you own a farm. You decide to turn it into a family friendly business. You invite people to bring their kids to pick blueberries, hunt for pumpkins or walk through a corn maze. That’s Liberty Ridge Farm in Schaghticoke, New York.  Read more

Louisiana College Web

In a landmark decision, a federal district court on Wednesday said a Christian college in Louisiana is exempt from complying with the HHS mandate. It requires most businesses and nonprofits to offer potential abortion-inducing drugs in employee health plans.  Read more

Tom Minnery

After disappointing setbacks in the last few years, pro-family conservatives are increasingly upbeat about the 2014 midterms.  Read more


A state judge in Tennessee ruled in favor of the voter-approved constitutional amendment that defines marriage as a union between one man and one woman. This is the first time a judge has upheld such an amendment since the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June 2013.  Read more


A Texas judge temporarily halted an ordinance that would force Houston business owners to allow men to use the women’s restroom — and vice versa. It will be on hold until Aug. 15, pending a hearing on the matter.  Read more

Writebols Web

David and Nancy Writebol are missionaries to Liberia with Sudan Interior Mission (SIM), where Nancy works as a nurse. She recently contracted Ebola along with Dr. Kent Brantly, a doctor serving there. Both are back in the U.S. receiving treatment. Nancy’s husband, David, is still in Liberia and spoke recently with representatives of SIM.  Read more


Pro-lifers in Madison, Wis., will once again be able to exercise their free-speech rights — without restrictions. City officials voted this week to rescind an ordinance that created hundreds of unconstitutional censorship zones.  Read more

SCOTUS Marriage Web

Three states are continuing the fight for marriage by taking their cases straight to the U.S. Supreme Court. Utah took the lead on Tuesday by asking the court to consider a recent court ruling that redefined the institution. Virginia and Oklahoma have done the same.  Read more

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