When baker Jack Phillips won his Supreme Court case this year, it was hugely important to religious liberty -- and, it turns out, a whole lot more.

Standing by his convictions wasn't always easy for Jack. He lost a big chunk of business and years of his life to the lawsuit brought by a same-sex couple. "And then there was the hate mail, nasty phone calls, and death threats pouring in," Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) points out. While the real-life drama played out in courtrooms across Colorado and D.C., the entire country watched -- including Jack's nephew, Sean.

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23% Increase Over 2018: Taxpayers are Funding Abortion on Demand Even if Their State Opts Out

WASHINGTON -- Today Family Research Council (FRC) and Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI), the research arm of Susan B. Anthony List, announced the results of their fifth annual comprehensive review of elective abortion coverage in Individual and Family health insurance plans offered on healthcare.gov and state-based exchanges under the Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare"). Open enrollment began on November 1 and continues until December 15.

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Air Force Veteran Tony Dunn enjoying a free ride given to veterans by the Great Smokey Mountain Railroad.

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Chronic heartburn may indicate a more serious disorder

Spartanburg, SC--We’ve all been guilty of overindulging at one time or another – particularly during the holiday season – and have suffered the discomfort that often follows. Sometimes the pain after eating too much is more severe than the typical gas, bloating, or indigestion or it happens more frequently and is hard to control with the usual over-the-counter remedies. And sometimes heartburn just happens and has nothing to do with what we’ve eaten.

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Don Koonce spoke at Greenville County Square Veterans Day Ceremony about the "Old Hickory" 30th Division who was trained at Camp Severe in Greenville, SC. The "Old Hickory" 30th Division was sent to France and broke through the impregnable Hindenburg line bring an end to World War 1.

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Memorial Dedication WWI 2220

On November 10, 2018, a Veterans Day Ceremony and Wolrd War 1 Monument Dedication was held at Victor Memorial Veterans Park in Greer, South Carolina. The dedication was made possible by City of Greer, American Legion Post 115, Clayton's Monuments, Daughters of the American Revolution and Disabled American Veterans.

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At The Greenville County Square Veterans Day Ceremony  being son patriotic, even this six month boy gets into the spirit.

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