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Are you committing a Civil Rights violation?

By Martin Mawyer

The U.S. Civil Rights Commission has produced a startling report declaring certain religious conduct to be a civil rights violation.

The report states that religious freedom and religious liberty are “code words for discrimination, intolerance, racism, sexism, homophobia, Islamophobia, Christian supremacy ... ”

The September report is obviously directed toward Christian Americans who believe in the fundamental values of the Bible and the teachings of Jesus Christ.

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In our survey, Islamic terrorism/immigration topped all other concerns

By The Christian Action Network

In one of our August mailings, the Christian Action Network sent out a 14-point questionnaire to gauge what our supporters care about most. The possible responses were these:

A) Very Concerned B) Somewhat Concerned C) It’s on my mind D) Not concerned at all

The results paint a worrisome picture: one of people who know what they are most threatened by, but don't see a clear path out of the problem.

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Even in Rio, Islam has trouble playing well with others

By Alec Rooney

The Christian Action Network

Last week, at the Olympics in Rio, an Egyptian judo competitor refused to shake the hand of his Israeli opponent. It’s right there on video for all to see. At a sporting event unrelated to religion, national borders or politics, one man steps back from the offered hand of another, backing away in refusal.

It’s a shocking thing to see — almost embarrassing. That’s one of the weird things about naked, unbridled hate: It elicits a cringe reaction. You feel the shame of someone so wrapped up in his own smallness, so unaware of how he is coming across.
 

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The difference between 'God is Great' and 'God is Love'

By Alec Rooney

The Christian Action Network

Never forget that while Islam declares “God is great” (Allah akbar), Christians declare, quite differently, “God is love.” A recent incident with migrants on a Greek island illustrates these two very different mind-sets, and the contrasting ways that they go about winning new converts.

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BLM: Barack Loses his Mind

By Alec Rooney

The Christian Action Network

The question really wasn’t whether the White House would be receptive to a petition asking that Black Lives Matter be formally recognized as a terrorist organization.

The question was only how long they would wait to dismiss it, and how contemptuous and sneering the dismissal would be. 

We have our answer.

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Take it from a Muslim: Radical Islam is to blame

By Alec Rooney

It takes some serious courage to do what Dr. Zuhdi Jasser of Arizona has been doing. The founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy (AIFD) has become a prominent media figure, speaking against groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Islamic Society of North America. His complaint is that these groups try to portray U.S. Muslims as victims, mix Islamism with politics and try to downplay the obvious connections between Islam and terrorism.

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CAIR: Kissing the pig and lovin’ it

By Martin Mawyer

Eating bacon. My grandkids love it. And, full disclosure, I’m a fan of it too. But some people don’t like it. Too greasy. Too fattening. Too salty. Some even complain the aroma gets into the furniture.

But other people hate bacon for entirely different reasons.

It offends them. It violates them. It can send them directly to hell.

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Many Americans refuse to look at the true face of 'hate'

By Alec Rooney

This is a memo to the social media trolls that accuse your documentary-making pals at the Christian Action Network of "hate."

It's also a reminder to the leftist priesthood at groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center, experts on all things hate, who several years ago labeled CAN as a "hate group."

We don't hate.

Try to think about things a little more deeply, people.

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Martin Mawyer talks Islam and Europe with Romania's Q Magazine

Why is this clash of civilizations happening right now?

The current clash is the natural result of competing – and extremely divergent – worldviews. Though many ideologies compete for the minds, souls and direction of mankind, there are four main combatants: Secular humanism, Islam, Christianity and Judaism.

At the root of the enmity is the core question of whether God exists and man’s secular and religious duties that flow from either belief or nonbelief.

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Of these 2 Muslim teen girls, which suffered the worse evil?

By Alec Rooney

The beginning of this week brought two news stories about two young Muslim women. Each had suffered an injustice. 

The first is Bayan Zehlif, 17, who attends Los Osos High School in California. The second was Ambreen Riasat, also known as Haleema, 16, of Makol, Pakistan. 

The difference between these two stories about victimized young Muslim women is glaring. Yet they have gotten a kind of weird equal treatment.

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CAN announces effort to halt Islamization of U.S. schools

By the Christian Action Network

The Christian Action Network (CAN) has announced its campaign to stop the United States Department of Education (DOE) from pressuring public schools to incorporate Islamic indoctrination into their classrooms.

At a time in our nation when it is forbidden to express Christian faith in any way in a public school, parents across the nation are becoming increasingly outraged and vocal about Islamic curricula and school activities designed to normalize and mainstream Islam.

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In Georgia, Disney’s ‘criminal’ behavior is appalling

By Martin Mawyer

It’s bribery, plain and simple. Perhaps blackmail. Either way, it should be a crime. Corporations are buying votes to squash socially conservative legislation. Why is this legal? Or is it?

Recently, Disney threatened to pull their business ventures out of the state of Georgia if Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law a bill protecting religious freedom ...

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Protesting college kids deserve an 'F' in freedom

By Alec Rooney

Never mind that people were killed and maimed by Islamist suicide bombers in a Brussels airport this week, and that Christians continue to be slaughtered in Syria and Iraq. There was also some real, brutal victimization going on, right here in the United States.

Students at Emory University awoke on Monday to a hideous spectacle: Someone had written the name of a popular presidential candidate on surfaces all over campus ... in chalk.

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Call the mass murder of Christians what it is: genocide

By the Christian Action Network

Christians and other ethnic and religious minorities in the Middle East are currently being targeted by Islamic extremists for harassment, displacement and outright slaughter. One hundred and seventy members of the United States Congress are co-sponsoring legislation to declare the murderous actions of ISIS as “genocide” and a “war crime.” The Christian Action Network has begun a petition to support passage of this resolution by the Senate.

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Don't 'blame the victim' for bad behavior

By Martin Mawyer

Bad behavior. Who is to blame? Who is ultimately at fault?

Nowadays, the blame is increasingly being placed upon the victim of the bad behavior.

Bear with me as I explain, because if you ever wondered how Islam could eventually conquer America, the answer can be found in this discussion.

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Yes, Obama, we are a Christian nation

By Martin Mawyer

Few debates seem to be more contentious – and arouse greater passion – than the argument over this question: Is America a Christian nation?

The question itself is ambiguous. Are we talking about the founding of America? The people of America? The government of America? The morality of America?

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