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NC Chief Justice Race Too Close to Call!

As the results of last week’s election continue to be calculated, one North Carolina race remains far too close to call. At the time READ

SCOTUS Hears Foster Care Case

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments last week in a case that will affect whether a foster care provider can continue operating based READ

Election FAQs: Where Do We Go from Here?

This article originally appeared on Family Research Council’s website and is being republished here with FRC’s permission. The media may be acting like Joe READ

VIDEO: NC Election Results So Far

Yesterday was Election Day, and while the polls are now closed, much remains uncertain. NC Family President John Rustin shares what we know so READ

5 Things You Need to Know Before Election Day

What is likely to be the most important election of our lifetimes is just five days away, on Tuesday, November 3! North Carolina is READ

Amy Coney Barrett Confirmed as U.S. Supreme Court Justice

The U.S. Senate has just voted to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett as the newest justice on the United States Supreme Court. North Carolina READ

Early Voting Starts Today!

One-Stop Early Voting in North Carolina begins today and ends Saturday, October 31. During this period, you can register and vote on the same READ

Resource: Biblical Principles for Political Engagement

We live in a time of intense political polarization. The toxic tone and extreme partisanship can discourage many Christians not only from getting involved, READ

Who Is Amy Coney Barrett?

Last Saturday, President Trump nominated U.S. Circuit Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the seat held by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg READ

Presidential Executive Order Protects Babies “Born Alive”

President Trump issued an Executive Order on Friday, September 25 directing the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to ensure that every infant READ

Victory for First Amendment Rights on Campus

The U.S. Department of Education recently announced a new rule that aims to protect the First Amendment rights of students, teachers, and student organizations READ

Attention Attorneys! Urgent Action Needed on N.C. State Bar Proposal!

The North Carolina State Bar is once again considering an amendment to the Preamble of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys READ

Fourth Circuit Activist Opinion Reads Like A “Transgender Manifesto”

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit ruled last week that a Virginia county school board violated federal law by not allowing READ

NCGA Back in Session This Week

North Carolina legislators will be reconvening in Raleigh this Wednesday, September 2, for what is intended to be a brief session to address a READ

POV: China Targets Muslim Uyghurs in “Demographic Genocide”

Earlier this year, a disturbing video started to make the rounds on social media. It showed what appeared to be hundreds of prisoners, shaved, READ

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