Here’s a sample of what was presented on this week’s edition of the ‘Round-up’:
–Massive tornadoes sweep through Alabama with Samaritan’s Purse one of the organizations providing help with relief efforts.
–The Madison County (Alabama) Probate Court rules that an aborted baby is a person with rights.
–A committee in New Mexico passed a bill legalizing abortions up to birth.
–The Tennessee House just passed a bill to ban abortion of babies with beating hearts.
–California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and a group of 20 states announced separate lawsuits against the Trump administration’s ‘Protect Life’ rule which will partially defund Planned Parenthood along with other abortion providers due to requirements that federal Title X family planning funds cannot go to abortion facilities.
–The Church of Norway is apologizing for their previous pro-life stance.
–A new member of the California state assembly is trying hard to reward Planned Parenthood for an endorsement in a $4,400 campaign contribution he received last year.
–Jim played audio from Gianna Jessen, who was born alive during an abortion, giving her testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.
–The transgender cake case against Jack Phillips is being dropped.
–Brendan Johnston of the Classical Academy in Colorado stuck to his principles and decided to forfeit matches against two female wrestlers which ended his high school wrestling career.
–The last injunction blocking President Trump’s transgender military ban from taking effect was lifted by a federal judge yesterday moving the administration closer to being enabled to enforce their policy.
–A judge in British Columbia ruled that a father cannot stop doctors giving his troubled 14 year old daughter testosterone shots against his wishes.
–1,500 transgender troops are costing taxpayers almost 8 million dollars since 2016.
–To commemorate a day set aside by pro-LGBT lobbyists in the nation’s largest teachers union to promote gender fluidity, 2 Democrat congresswomen read the transgender children’s book, ‘I Am Jazz’ on the floor of the House of Representatives.
–The United Methodist Church made history when it voted against a plan that would have paved the way for gay marriage and clergy. At their general conference in St. Louis, delegates from around the world defeated the plan 438-384.
–The National Education Association (NEA) has partnered with the nation’s leading LGBT organization to teach children about same-sex attraction and gender dysphoria.
–A group at Williams College recently called for the campus community to stop using the terms ‘Mr.’ and ‘Mrs.’
–A New Jersey university is opposing having Chick-fil-A as a campus restaurant despite overwhelming student support.
–Complaints from a civil rights group have forced a removal of a WWII Bible from a veterans hospital display although the group says the new location is just as problematic.
–A conservative group that filed a complaint alleging that Representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez’s campaign may have illegally funneled thousands of dollars to her boyfriend through an allied PAC, lodged a fresh complaint with the Office of Congressional Ethics.