The beginning of the end to America’s long national nightmare is finally in sight. The ending to this horror began today at 9:10 am Central Time, when the U.S. Supreme Court released its long-awaited abortion decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.
Category: Religious Freedom
A group called “Let Lincoln Vote” is helping to organize a ballot initiative that would revive the so-called “fairness ordinance,” which was recently rescinded by the Lincoln City Council.
The Nebraska Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a lawsuit brought by Creighton University students who had suffered banishment from class and from the Creighton campus after they had refused on religious and conscientious grounds to take the Covid “jab” because of its association with aborted fetal remains.
Citizens across the State of Nebraska should feel alarmed and called to action by facts unearthed via The Nebraska Voter Accuracy Project (NVAP) with respect to the Cornhusker State’s 2020 Presidential election cycle.
Announcing a staggeringly successful petition drive at a mid-day Tuesday press conference, Nebraska Family Alliance (“NFA”) Executive Director Karen Bowling began by reminding …
As it did in 2012, the ordinance passed last week by the Lincoln City Council, is a “bathroom bill” that opens up all women’s dressing, locker and bathrooms to men who “identify as female.”
The council and mayor claim the benefit of this sweeping change to the city charter is to prevent discrimination. History, however, shows that this kind of radical change in the law primarily results in persecution
It happened to me just days ago. I noticed that I vanished. It began one quiet afternoon during a discussion with my supervisor at the assisted living home where I work two evenings a week. Mid-sentence, I noticed that she was looking through me, as if I were not sitting right in front of her.