Alleging that the name of our fourth president “contributes to a hostile school culture,” a high school senior wants the moniker “James Madison” excised from James Madison Memorial High School. The school is located in — wait for it — Madison, Wisconsin.
It is interesting that the city authorities decided to mount this campaign in the subways, where a Muslima named Yasmin Seweid falsely claimed that she had been brutalized by Trump supporters for wearing hijabs. Actual incidents of harassment of hijab-wearing women are harder to come by.
One of our readers sent me this item from the U.S. embassy in Macedonia. The Rainbow flag was posted just below the American flag. "We’re flying the rainbow flag today to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia," the embassy announced on its Facebook and Twitter pages.
Hamtramck High School in Michigan is holding an all-girls prom to accommodate students who cannot attend the traditional co-ed prom because of cultural reasons. In other words, the 'Princess Prom' was created to accommodate Muslim girls.
Abedi was part of an Arabic-speaking “clique” during his time at the school. He is believed to have been part of a group of teens that became upset when one of their teachers brought up the topic of suicide attacks.
The teacher “asked what they thought of someone who would strap on a bomb and blow people up”, according to a source quoted by the paper.
The complaint of a single resident of a planned community of hundreds of homes in California prompted the homeowners association board to banish four Christian groups that had been meeting in a common building, some for nearly a decade.
But board members Karyl Ralles, Tom Burch, Jim Griffin, Kay Marks and Steve Steiber now face the possibility of a huge liability for what Christian group members describe as a violation of their civil rights.
The Center for Medical Progress has released a new video from its undercover investigation at a National Abortion Federation conference where an abortionist says she agrees with pro-lifers that the procedure is "violent" and the "killing" of a "person."
Seth Clark, 13, was mighty proud of his graduation speech. He referenced God and quoted from the Bible and even mentioned his Christian faith. So you can understand the concern among townsfolk when this salutatorian at Akin Grade School was told he could not deliver his graduation speech because it was too religious.
So you can understand the concern among townsfolk when the salutatorian at Akin Grade School was told he could not deliver his graduation speech because it was too religious.
Barack Obama's National Security Agency conducted illegal searches of hundreds of users' Internet data after the former president relaxed the rules on government snooping. The Obama administration also upped the number of Americans it had unmasked in intelligence reports, Circa reported, renewing concerns among civil liberty groups that Americans' Fourth Amendment rights were routinely violated.
Residents in a Georgia neighborhood are outraged after their homeowners association said they can only display American flags outside their homes 23 days out of the year. Tom Wilder is a U.S. Navy veteran who proudly flies a flag outside his home in the Village at Towne Lake in Cherokee County. "You don't mess with my flag," Wilder said.
President Donald Trump has revoked an Obama-era executive order that banned federal contracts from being awarded to companies and nonprofit organizations that do not have sexual orientation and gender identity anti-discrimination policies.
One-hundred percent of Christians in 21 countries around the world experience persecution for their faith in Christ as over 215 million Christians faced "high levels" of persecution in the last year, a leading human rights watchdog group reports.
The newspaper USA Today ran an article on Monday claiming that Donald Trump’s election last November has led to the hijab, commonly known as a symbol of oppression in the Muslim world, becoming a “symbol of resistance and feminism.”
In an astoundingly false study of women in Islam, a federally funded study program offered to public schools teaches students that “Muslim women have had some rights for centuries that American women did not have until the 19th and 20th centuries.”