Christmas in the Capital

Contentious battles continue in the nation’s capital as the year nears its close. Even so, signs of Christmas are evident in Washington.

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House Majority for Legislation Against Performance Tax

The number of Members of Congress on record against a performance tax continues to grow.

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New Developments Related to Planned Parenthood Investigation

Earlier this autumn, Twitter sought to squash the promotion of an ad by Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) in which she noted she “fought Planned Parenthood...

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Supreme Court Grapples with First Amendment Case

The U.S. Supreme Court this week heard oral arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, one of the most high-profile cases of this term.

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FCC Chair Keeps Up Pressure on Tech Giants

Next week the FCC is likely to vote to roll back the agency’s 2015 assertion of heavy-handed power over the internet.

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Supreme Court Hears #JusticeForJack First Amendment Case Next Week

Next Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear the case of a Christian cake artist punished by state authorities in Colorado for declining to craft a wedding cake...

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Tech Giants Called Out on Power Over Speech

Earlier this week, Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of NRB, expressed support for the FCC’s recently announced plan to roll back the agency’s 2015 internet power grab.

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Legislation Introduced to Incentivize Giving at All Income Levels

Congressional efforts to reform the tax code are anticipated to come to a head in the weeks after Thanksgiving.

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Supreme Court to Consider Coerced Abortion Speech Case

Last autumn the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit sadly upheld a California law that compels pro-life pregnancy care centers to promote abortion.

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FCC Takes Action on Broadcast Ownership and NextGenTV

The FCC this week voted on partisan lines to update broadcast ownership rules and to authorize a new television transmission standard.

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Senators Demand No Religious Test for Judges

This week the U.S. Senate approved four judicial nominations for U.S. Courts of Appeals, including Notre Dame law professor Amy Coney Barrett...

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Tech Giants Testify Before Congress

Top lawyers from Google, Facebook, and Twitter this week testified before three congressional panels.

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U.S. Will Directly Aid Persecuted Christians in the Middle East

The United Nations has dropped the ball, so the U.S. is going to help victims of persecution and genocide directly.

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Main Studio Rule Scrapped

The FCC this week voted to eliminate a requirement that radio and television stations must maintain and staff a main studio in each of their communities of license.

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IRS Apologizes in Targeting Case Settlement

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions this week announced a likely settlement for a pair of lawsuits a number of conservative groups had pending against the IRS related to the targeting scandal that surfaced in 2013.

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New Poll Shows Vast Majority of Pastors Want Freedom to Speak

Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) this week announced the results of a LifeWay Research poll showing 91 percent of Protestant pastors wanting the ability to speak freely from the pulpit ...

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