DOJ Defunds Young Marines, Lawmakers Angered

    A Louisiana sheriff, whose department sponsors a national chapter of a youth military organization, is receiving bipartisan state and congressional support in his fight against the Department of Justice after it denied funding because the program’s oath placed “special emphasis on the love of God and fidelity to our country.” The group, Young Marines, describes itself as a private service program for boys and girls. | Read More »

    Facebook Censors Fox News Host

    I got banned from Facebook. They blocked me for 12 hours and removed a message I had posted invoking the National Rifle Association, Jesus and Paula Deen. “I’m about as politically incorrect as you can get. I’m wearing an NRA ball cap, eating a Chick-fil-A sandwich, reading a Paula Deen cookbook and sipping a 20-ounce sweet tea while sitting in my Cracker Barrel rocking chair with | Read More »

    Ernie & Bert Celebrate Gay Marriage…Together

    The New Yorker marked the Supreme Court ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act with a cover painting of two beloved Sesame Street characters getting unusually affectionate. Next week’s cover is a painting of Bert and Ernie cuddling on a couch while watching the nine Supreme Court justices on television. The artwork is titled, “Moment of Joy.” “It’s amazing to witness how attitudes on gay | Read More »

    Obama ‘Strongly Objects’ to Religious Liberty Amendment

    The Obama Administration “strongly objects” to a proposed amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act that would have protected the religious rights of soldiers – including evangelical Christian service members who are facing growing hostility towards their religion. The amendment was authored by Rep. John Fleming, R-La. It would have “required the Armed Forces to accommodate ‘actions and speech’ reflecting the conscience, moral, principles or | Read More »

    Huelskamp Moves to Protect Conservative Christian Soldier

    A Midwestern lawmaker is calling on his colleagues in Congress to offer cover to an Army soldier under fire for his conservative political views and religious faith, and accusing the Obama administration of “creating a tyrannical culture of political correctness in the military.” Rep. Tim Huelskamp, R-Kan.,  is introducing an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act that would prevent the Army from conducting a | Read More »

    Air Force Removes Video that Mentions God

    CLICK HERE TO JOIN TODD’S FACEBOOK FAN PAGE! The U.S. Air Force directed a military base to remove a video tribute to First Sergeants because it mentioned the word ‘God’ and might be offensive to atheists or Muslims, Fox News has learned. The tribute was created by a chaplain at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. The chaplain wrote a poem titled, “God Created A First Sergeant.” It | Read More »

    Boy Suspended for Saying ‘Gun’

    An 11-year-old boy who hopes to become a Navy SEAL was suspended from a Maryland school after he used the word ‘gun’ in a conversation on board a school bus. The sixth-grader at Northern Middle School in Owings was talking with a group of friends about the Sandy Hook Elementary school massacre when the bus driver overheard the conversation. “He said, ‘I wish I had | Read More »

    Artist Accuses Pentagon of Censoring Christians

    The artist whose inspirational painting was removed from an Air Force dining hall because it violated military standards is accusing the Pentagon of censoring Christian art. “On its face, this seems like nothing short of a clear anti-Christian agenda,” said Grant DiCianni, president of Tapestry Productions. His father, Ron, painted the artwork. “It appears that the Air Force and the Pentagon have undertaken a dangerous war to | Read More »

    Restaurant Tells Woman Offended by Cross-Dresser to Use Men’s Room

    A Nashville woman who found herself face-to-face with a “big, burly” cross-dresser in the ladies room of a family restaurant felt her horror turn to anger after a restaurant manager suggested she try the men’s room. Transgendered people in several states have been fighting for the right to use public restrooms that correspond with whatever sex they consider themselves, with lawmakers in California and Massachusetts | Read More »

    Air Force Removes “Inspirational” Painting

    An inspirational painting that referenced a Bible verse has been removed from a dining hall at Mountain Home Air Force Base after an anti-religion group filed a complaint. The painting featured a medieval crusader and referenced Matthew 5:9, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” The Military Religious Freedom Foundation called the painting “repugnant” and an “overt display of Christian | Read More »