Earth Day is a big deal “for the Left,” reports Twitchy, the social-media monitoring site. So that’s why there are so many comments Monday about the environment. So the next step isn’t hard to guess. “You knew they were coming: Here are the 10 dumbest Earth Day tweets for your entertainment:”
Concordia Publishing House has been in business since 1869 as the official publishing arm of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod denomination. But apparently the Christian content of its website, particularly an ad for an upcoming Vacation Bible School, is too much for Google AdWords, the online advertising service.
Americans took God out of public schools. And universities, mostly. And, over the years, government. And social issues. And holiday references. And there even have been attempts to banish God, or belief in Him, from business, including in the fight over abortion funding in Obamacare.
A national religious freedom law group has come to the aid of Baptist United States Army Chaplain Scott Squires, who faces possible career-threatening consequences for following Southern Baptist Convention guidelines on marriage.
A federal judge has dismissed complaints from four Muslim inmates at the Cass County Jail in Fargo, ND, who contended they were fed pork, in violation of their religious beliefs, and sought millions of dollars in damages.
A university professor in California has sparked a social media uproar after calling former first lady Barbara Bush an “amazing racist” who raised a “war criminal,” and saying she’s “happy the witch is dead.”
California bill AB 2756 requires fire marshals to perform in-home inspections of home-schoolers every year, implying that somehow home-educators are less fire-safe than other individuals. This is, of course, egregiously discriminatory on its face. But wait. The second one is even worse!
An Illinois public school district has "taken steps to ensure" that a middle school principal will no longer send parents emails inviting them to participate in a prayer gathering at the school's flagpole.
Parents are furious after a California elementary school posted a bulletin board that addressed issues like sexual identity and encouraged children as young as four-years-old to break out of gender stereotypes.
An American woman whose husband died fighting for ISIS has spoken about life in the 'caliphate capital' in Syria for the first time. She reveals she found herself living with their children in Raqqa, along with two Yazidi girls her husband kept as slaves in their home, which he 'repeatedly raped'.
A federal judge ruled on Friday against President Donald Trump's latest attempts to ban transgender troops from serving in the U.S. military, arguing that they are a protected class that has faced oppression in America.
Susana Asberry has been a full-time instructor at the University of Washington since 2006. She teaches English as a second language. On Monday, she shared exclusively with us how she has been put on probation for daring to mention God in direct response to a question from a student.
University of California Riverside’s LGBT Resource Center is set to host its fifth annual BlaqOUT conference later this month on the school’s campus. The conference is open only to those who are black and gay, according to the event’s Facebook page.