New Netflix Film Sexualizes Children
- By Tony Perkins - Family Research Council
Video streaming giant Netflix is drawing criticism once again, this time for hosting and promoting the film "Cuties," which sexualizes 11-year-old girls. Having failed to learn its lesson after the trailer generated outrage last month, Netflix has gone ahead and made the movie available on its platform, despite many critics describing it as "child pornography."
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American Heritage Girls to Honor 25 Year Legacy for National Day of Service
- By American Heritage Girls
Non-Profit Ministry to Celebrate Its Birthday by Giving to Others
CINCINNATI, Ohio -- Service to others is a cornerstone of the American Heritage Girls (AHG) Program which turns 25-years-old this month. The organization's creation was recently chronicled in its Founder's release of the book "Why Curse the Darkness When You Can Light a Candle?" The faith-based scout-like ministry has historically celebrated its birthday with Troops across the country joining together to live out the AHG Oath in their communities by giving the gift of service in lieu of receiving traditional birthday "gifts" on National Day of Service (NDS) -- this year is no different.
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Case of Woman Who Died After Leaving an Alabama Abortion Facility is Under Criminal Investigation
- By Operation Rescue
TUSCALOOSA, Ala.-- It has been confirmed that the death of a woman who visited the West Alabama Women's Center abortion facility in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, on May 7, 2020, is under criminal investigation.
A coalition of pro-life groups, including CEC for Life, Life Legal Defense, Operation Rescue, and other Alabama organizations sought the autopsy report for a woman who reportedly died at Druid City Hospital, soon after leaving the Tuscaloosa abortion facility.
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Man Arrested as Captain America During Burglary Turns Hero
- By Good Landing Recovery
ATLANTA -- A Mississippi man who was arrested after dressing up as Captain America to commit a break-in has turned real-life hero.
What a difference one year has made for David Hobbs. His very public arrest in Sept. 2019 for burglarizing the shed of an armed former Marine in Clarksdale, Miss.--while comically dressed up in a Captain America costume with padded chest and fairy wings—captured the attention of Newsweek, Los Angeles Times, New York Post and other media, while going viral on social media.
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Who Can Quiet the Riot?
- By Tony Perkins - Family Research Council
"It can get out of hand in a blink of an eye," Shelby Talcott said. And she ought to know. The Daily Caller reporter has been in a half a dozen riot-ravaged cities over the last few months -- and the things she's seen are tough to shake. "This is far more organized than I think people realize," she warned. There are the loads of bricks and frozen water bottles trucked in to use as weapons. Rocks, glass, and firecrackers. Then, there's the money trail -- a seemingly endless cash flow that's bankrolling plane tickets, hotel rooms, even clothes. "They're becoming more coordinated," she warned. But unfortunately for them, so is Homeland Security.
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Thank President Trump for Upholding the Rule of Law!
- By Eagle Forum
This summer, our cities have been flooded with rioters. Violent protestors have beaten innocent people and destroyed businesses. Their blatant disregard for the well-being of our country has been appalling.
Thankfully, President Trump and Attorney General Barr are standing up against this mob rule to defend our safety and our history. In late June, President Trump issued an executive order that reinforced full prosecution of criminals who deface monuments and incite violence. A week later, Attorney General Barr launched Operation Legend named after 4-year-old LeGend Taliferro who was murdered in Kansas City, Missouri. This year, Kansas City has seen a massive 40% increase in crime. The White House took notice.
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Adventure Group Aims to Inspire Boys to Become Next 'Greatest Generation'
- By Christian Newswire
As fall campaign launches amid COVID-19 challenge, great outdoors is 'healthiest place to be' says Trail Life USA
GREENVILLE, S.C. -- America's leading faith-based adventure group for boys has launched a new campaign to get young people out into the "great outdoors" -- and inspire them to become the next "Greatest Generation."
Trail Life USA (www.TrailLifeUSA.com) -- a boys adventure organization with 30,000 members in troops across all 50 states -- aims to help boys rise above challenges like COVID-19, with locally-held special events across the country this fall.
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