Friday Five: Transgender lawsuit, Free Gosnell film screening, and more

1. U.S. judge allows first transgender person to sue under disability law.

A judge has allowed a case by a transgender woman against his former employer to move forward, with claims being made under the Americans with Disabilities Act. While the ADA specifically says that transsexuals are not covered by the act, the judge has allowed it by perverting the definition of "sex" to include "transgender". When language no longer has meaning, we are headed down a slippery slope. (Read more)

 

2. VIDEO: Drag Queen Story Hour at Brooklyn public library.

Coming to a public library or school near you, Drag Queen Story Hour? Is this appropriate for little children? Is a public library an appropriate venue? (Read more)

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3. Congressman Mark Meadows continues to be a hero for the pro-life community.

Congressman Mark Meadows is a hero to the pro-life community.  He is making it clear that the Freedom Caucus (of which he is the chair) will not vote for a Senate healthcare reform bill that does not include de-funding Planned Parenthood.  Proactive leadership for the pro-life movement is hard to find! Thank you Congressman Mark Meadows! (Read more)

 

4. Pro-life medical personnel face new ethical dilemmas.

Medical associations and ethicists would like to prohibit conscience objections from medical professionals by requiring them to perform abortions. This is totalitarian! (Read more)

 

5. Free Sneak peek of Gosnell film at NC Civitas' Conservative Leadership Conference

CLC is offering pro-lifers a FREE pre-screening of Ann McElhinney's newest film, Gosnell: America's Biggest Serial Killer.

We want to see as many fellow pro-lifers at this event as possible. It's not only a great opportunity to learn from conservative thought leaders, but also influence conservative fellows on pro-life convictions. Click here to get your FREE screening ticket.

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