Top Christian Conservative Social Media Account Reaching Millions Per Week Shutdown by Instagram

I am not Catholic nor do we at FSM endorse many of their beliefs. Yet anytime free speech (we are not talking about anarchy) is stifled just because you disagree with their view is wrong. Especially considering the hypocrisy of what these media giants do consider “acceptable.”

 

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Top Christian Conservative Social Media Account Reaching Millions Per Week Shutdown by Instagram

HOUSTON, March 4, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ — Instagram shutdown the top Christian conservative social media account in the United States, reaching over five million people per week. Catholic Connect LLC received a copyright infringement notification from Instagram and their account was immediately disabled. Within 48 hours, the Catholic Connect team appealed the Instagram ban showing proof that Catholic Connect does have the rights to use the video that got their account shut down. Instagram has not responded to the Catholic Connect team’s Appeal. The company that licensed the video to Catholic Connect LLC has also reached out to Instagram to retract the copyright infringement and await a response.

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First Things First: Religious Freedom!

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First Things First: Religious Freedom! Who influenced Jefferson’s views on Separation of Church & State

On JANUARY 1, 1802, the people of Cheshire, Massachusetts, delivered a giant block of cheese weighing 1,235 lbs. to President Thomas Jefferson, being presented by the famous Baptist preacher, John Leland.

 

 

On the block of cheese, they put Jefferson’s motto, which was also on his personal seal: “Rebellion to Tyrants is Obedience to God.”

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Religious Freedom Isn’t Hypothetical, Federal Judge Tells Washington State

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Today’s BreakPoint: Religious Freedom Isn’t Hypothetical; Federal Judge Tells Washington State

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…So, in the process of becoming licensed to care for their own great-granddaughter, the Blaises were asked to react to hypotheticals such as “what if H.V. wanted to undergo hormone therapy to change her sexual appearance,” or “wanted to dress like a boy and be called by a boy’s name.” Again, remember H.V. is a one-year-old…

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This Week’s Colson Center Breakpoint Recap

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A Quote From Break Point This Week:

“An Originalist doesn’t at all mean that the current situation on the ground doesn’t matter. The idea that someone could tell you, ‘Here’s how I’m going to rule on any case having to do with the ACA…is to miss what’s there. There’s a sort of judicial care from Judge Barrett ” ~John Stonestreet~ 

What We Learned From the Amy Coney Barrett Hearings
Teacher Anxious on Preferred Pronoun Mandate Asks Shane and John for Advice
So-Called “Virginia Values Act” Undermines Religious Freedom

 

Supreme Court Says States Cannot Discriminate Against Religious Schools

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Today’s BreakPoint: Supreme Court Says States Cannot Discriminate Against Religious Schools

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A Victory—at Last—for Religious Freedom

JOHN STONESTREET  WITH ROBERTO RIVERA

The past two weeks of Supreme Court rulings have not been encouraging. After the disastrous ruling in Bostock arbitrarily expanded civil rights protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity, the Court, in June Medical, all but handcuffed meaningful state efforts to restrict abortion.

Finally, yesterday, good news. The Supreme Court, by a 5-4 vote, held its ground on discrimination against religious education. In Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, the Court ruled that a state tax credit which “[discriminates] against religious schools and the families whose children attend or hope to attend them” violates the First Amendment’s Free Exercise Clause…

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From Riots to Repentance

They were the biggest gatherings, by far, but in Washington, D.C., where one reporter said it “felt as if the entire city had emptied into downtown,” the atmosphere felt different. Calmer. Despite the steady stream of crowds outside the White House, there were some signs of summer nights from simpler times. By dusk, there were ice cream trucks and little children playing on the grass. Strollers were parked outside restaurants where families were eating under umbrellas. In some places, people held hands and danced to street musicians — a far cry from the sounds of sirens and shattered glass the weekend before…

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Born-Alive Abortion Survivors: Just the Facts

On the 46th memorial of Roe v. Wade, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law the Reproductive Health Act which repealed legal protections for infants who survive abortion. The celebration of this law in New York City, followed by comments by Virginia Governor Ralph Northam which seemed to endorse infanticide has launched the question of born-alive abortion survivors into the conscience of America.

Congress and state legislatures across the country have responded to these radical positions by putting forth legislation to protect infants who survive abortion. However, Democrat politicians have blocked efforts in Congress and in state legislatures to pass the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act…

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Chinese Churches Can Reopen… If They Preach Party Doctrine

While coronavirus restrictions may be lifting for state-approved churches in China, many find themselves facing an even more dangerous situation — being told what to teach by an officially atheist authoritarian regime.

Catholic churches in the Chinese province of Zhejiang have been told by the state-affiliated Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association that Mass may resume this month provided churches preach “patriotism.” This instruction is deeply problematic. To the Chinese Communist Party, “patriotism” means pledging your loyalty to the Party, which is increasingly hostile to religion under the leadership of Chinese President Xi Jinping…

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Dr. Mohler on the Riots, the Church, and America’s Greatest Threat

Dr. Albert Mohler couldn’t have predicted when he started his book that the title would be so tragically appropriate. The storm is most certainly here — in the unrest of one man’s death and the uncertainty from 110,000 more. Most people, Dr. Mohler insists, have no idea about the deepest challenge we face. What is it — and what can we do about it? Find out in his interview on “Washington…

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May 26, 2020

Trump Insists It’s Open Season for Churches
by Tony Perkins

Even though we’re in a presidential election year, liberals have yet to roll out their favorite catch phrase: separation of church and state! Maybe that’s because — in the wake of the coronavirus — some Democratic governors have brazenly crossed that line of “separation,” placing stricter restrictions on church gatherings than other establishments like restaurants, malls, and even casinos. But enough is enough. And on Friday, after hearing from pastors all across the country, President Trump took advantage of his bully pulpit to start getting pastors behind their own…


Sunday Suits: New Bill Saves Churches Court Drama 
by Tony Perkins

If there’s one thing that everyone can admit about this virus, it’s how impossible it would be to tackle without churches. From the president to his cabinet secretaries and needy people on the ground, there’s one refrain that keeps echoing across this crisis: ministry, from even the smallest of communities, makes all the difference. “The federal government can provide a role,” Secretary Chad Wolf agreed. But having been on the ground and seeing the deep need, he knows, “it’s the faith-based organizations… that are the backbone of the response.” And now, more than ever, we need to protect them…


HHS Rules! Another Religious Liberty Fix from Team Trump
by Mary Beth Waddell and Travis Weber

James Shupe is a biological man who was the first legally recognized nonbinary person in America. Yet he now says it “was all a sham.”

Trump Administration Accomplishments

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Hate “him” or love “him there is no denying the list of things President Trump has managed to accomplish especially considering the hostile environment congress he has been dealing with since elected. 

Personally I find him brash and many times outright obnoxious, I wish he would stop the tweets and act more presidential, yet that is not Donald Trump and that does not define his ability to lead. In fact those characteristics would have made him a great general officer in the military. – Mike

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In one of his first actions as president, Trump reinstated and expanded the Mexico City Policy, which blocks funding for international organizations that perform or promote abortions. He promoted the nuclear family by signing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act into law. And his administration has taken a special interest in protecting religious liberty on both the home and international fronts. President Trump has shown consistent concern for protecting life, the natural family, and religious liberty and has taken steps to advance our shared values unlike any other modern president.

Check out this extensive list of the Trump administration’s accomplishments. Then, share this list with your friends, family, and community to let them know why the 2020 election is so important to continuing these policies.

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‘Theology’ of angry, foul-mouthed Lutheran far from biblical

A self-proclaimed “public theologian” is being taken to task for a profane tweet targeting a Christian businessman whose religious freedoms have been upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court.


Trump paving the way – GOP must follow up with
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Republicans have already got black voters on board with them regarding the importance of religion, faith and morality. But they’ve got a big job to change black attitudes about reliance on big government.


Ted Baehr: The Hollywood elite need Jesus

Hollywood turned out to honor its own last weekend – and as usual, the glitterati got political.

 


Heritage finds good and bad in Trump budget

The proposed $4.8 trillion budget proposal from President Donald Trump is being praised for tackling national debt, and for attacking waste and fraud, but a conservative think tank is raising concerns about the proper role of government.


Who gets to make immigration policy?

Immigration enforcement activists support the Trump administration’s lawsuits against two sanctuary entities at opposite ends of the country.


 

Government appeals ruling on refugee resettlement

Cuomo to propose compromise on Global Entry ban

Fall in new cases raises hope in virus outbreak in China

Explosive growth in time spent streaming TV

Senegal leader defends homosexuality law

Liberal Scrooge Drivers Turn on Gorsuch

This article is not just about a Supreme Court justice, it is about the ongoing attack on anything “Christian” by an ever increasing far left. – Mike

Liberal Scrooge Drivers Turn on Gorsuch

When Democrats get done impeaching Donald Trump, maybe they’ll move on to Neil Gorsuch. After all, the Supreme Court justice probably met their definition of “high crimes and misdemeanors” just by saying “Merry Christmas!” Judging by the hysterical reaction to his transcript this week, it won’t be long until the subpoenas start flowing. How dare a public official invoke the real reason schools, governments, and businesses close their doors on December 25. Doesn’t he know it’s supposed to be a merry non-religious specific day off in winter?