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Tuesday, May 3, 2016


"OPPOSING VIEWS"
COVERS MRFF/MIKEY

Monday, May 2, 2016

Christian Evangelism Alleged
At Army Sex Assault Program

Tajuan McCarty reportedly told about 300 soldiers and civilian employees on April 27 at the Army's Redstone Arsenal in Madison County, Alabama, that "the only way to truly overcome the horrors of rape and sex trafficking is to have Jesus as your King."[...]

"We've tried to reach out through informal means to talk with [the command]," Mikey Weinstein, head of the MRFF, told Military.com. "[Some civilian employees] want an apology and to make sure this situation is corrected."

Weinstein wants the Army to investigate the event and reprimand whoever was responsible for booking McCarty. [...]

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"LIBERAL AMERICA"
COVERS MRFF/MIKEY

Sunday, May 1, 2016

This Woman Thinks
The Only Therapy For Abuse Is To
Get Saved (WITH VIDEO)

Not long after the meeting, this employee and 26 others who attended the meeting alerted the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, an organization that fights against religious intimidation in the military. MRFF president Mikey Weinstein says that the great majority of the complaints come from Christians who objected to McCarty using her speech to push her faith. [...]

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"PATHEOS"
COVERS MRFF/MIKEY

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Army Tells Soldiers
Only Jesus Can Heal Rape Victims

Another appalling story uncovered by the Military Religious Freedom Foundation. Every year the Army does mandatory meetings about rape and sex trafficking, but this year they invited a speaker at one of their events who told the soldiers that only Jesus can heal them if they’ve been raped.[...]

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"THE DAILY CALLER"
COVERS MRFF/MIKEY

Monday, May 2, 2016

Ted Cruz Joins Lawmakers
Asking VA Sec To Explain
Clinic Bible Removals

The Bibles were yanked after objections from the Military Religious Freedom Foundation on behalf of mostly Christian clients at the facilities. MRFF president Mikey Weinstein contended that their display violated the Establishment Clause plus military and VA regulations.[...]

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