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Supreme Court to Consider: Can Boston Prohibit the Christian Flag while Flying 284 Other Ones?

The case began in 2017 when the Christian organization requested that the Christian flag be allowed to fly on a city hall flagpole that is open to the public. The city’s unique policy encourages groups to fly their flags, temporarily, on the pole in order to “foster diversity and build and strengthen connections among Boston’s many communities." The request was denied.

Kamala Harris Encourages Student Who Accuses Israel of ‘Ethnic Genocide’: Speak ‘Your Truth’

The vice president’s comments came during a question-and-answer session with students at George Mason University. One of the students raised the issue of American funding for Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system, and said the money could be better spent on health care and affordable housing in the U.S.

Vaccine Exemptions Must Be Based on 'Bona Fide' Religious Objections, Not Politics, ADF Says

Alliance Defending Freedom, one of the nation’s most prominent faith-based legal groups, asserted in a new document that Christians requesting an exemption to COVID-19 vaccine mandates should base their objections on a “sincerely held religious belief” and not medical or political concerns.