You may recall that in October of last year, we told you that we were supporting a lawsuit on behalf of Niko and Aleks Kozic, two Creighton University students (and brothers) who were kicked out of the Catholic university after they voiced their opposition, as devout Catholics, to the use of aborted fetal tissue in the development of the covid shots, and refused to comply with the university’s shot mandate.  (Ironic, isn’t it?)  Today we are pleased to announce that after nearly a year of litigation, Creighton has finally backed down and abandoned its policy against allowing religious exemptions to its covid shot mandate.  Niko has been granted a religious exemption and is back at Creighton, set to complete his degree there, while Aleks (who was an incoming freshman at the time he was kicked out), has understandably decided to pursue his education elsewhere.

Although it is frustrating that it took almost a year to get this result, we are grateful to God and to you, our supporters, that we are able to announce this victory.  Unbelievably, despite the fact that even the CDC has admitted that getting the jab does not provide you with greater protection against covid, these mandates persist, and we continue to be bombarded with requests for help from students and employees who are suffering discrimination for refusing to bow to the needle.  Please help us help them.  Without your support, we couldn’t have won this victory for Niko and Aleks.  Without your continued support, we will not be able to continue to help others like them.  Thank you in advance for your generosity, and God bless you.