Persecution of Christians Raised at North Korea Summit

Contrary to media reports that he would not, U.S. President Donald Trump stated that he did indeed raise human rights, and the issue of persecuted Christians...

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Internet Still Open As Title II ‘Net Neutrality’ Rules Are Rescinded

From the red alert symbols being used by a number of politicians and their allies, you might have thought the internet would grind to a halt when the FCC’s “Restoring Internet Freedom” order took effect on Monday.

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Tech CEO Bows to Pressure on Chick-Fil-A

Last weekend, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey learned that he had committed a great sin in the eyes of some when he ate at Chick-Fil-A.

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House Panel Advances PIRATE Act

A key House panel advanced legislation this week to enhance the FCC’s ability to crack down on pirate radio stations.

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Supreme Court Delivers #JusticeForJack

The U.S. Supreme Court this week sent a powerful rebuke to government officials who would slight religious beliefs they don’t favor.

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NRB Presses for Religious Freedom to be on North Korea Summit Agenda

U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un are on course for a historic meeting in Singapore next week.

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“In God We Trust” Upheld on U.S. Currency

Two federal courts ruled within days of each other that America’s national motto, “In God We Trust,” is fine where it is on U.S. currency.

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Top Global Diplomats to Convene on Religious Freedom

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo opened a major door for the advance of religious freedom this week.

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House Leader Denounces Silicon Valley Censorship

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), a leading contender to assume the top House Republican post in the next Congress, has called out Silicon Valley for viewpoint censorship.

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A Call for C-Band Users Registration by July 18

NRB members utilizing satellite “C-band” spectrum (3.7 to 4.2 GHz) for distribution of programming should take note that the FCC is considering whether or not it is feasible

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Fairness Doctrine Trying to Rise from its Coffin?

Given the political theater of Senate Democrats on “net neutrality” this week, it was little surprise when that internet freedom issue became a focus in a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing that featured testimony from FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.

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New Commissioners for USCIRF

The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) will have some new faces on it in the days ahead.

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Music Licensing Bill Gets Hearing in Senate

The Music Modernization Act, which passed out of the House of Representatives without dissent last month, was the focus of a hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee this week.

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Vice President Pence Hosts NRB Members at the White House

In a meeting he called “inspiring,” Vice President Mike Pence hosted Dr. Satish Kumar and other NRB friends at the White House on Tuesday.

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Title II Advocates Work to Reinstate 2015 FCC Internet Order

This week Senate Democrats filed a petition to force a vote on Sen. Edward Markey’s (D-Mass.) Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution that would reverse the FCC’s decision in December to rolling back the agency’s assumption of heavy-handed new Title II powers over the internet in 2015.

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White House Launches New Faith Initiative

In a Rose Garden ceremony on the National Day of Prayer, President Donald Trump signed an executive order launching a new faith-based initiative.

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