A Christian pro-life group that was recently ejected from a Seattle coffee shop over its local activism is attracting hundreds of thousands of Facebook views after footage of the encounter was posted online.
A museum dedicated to Dr. Seuss in Springfield, Massachusetts, said it would remove a mural depicting a Chinese character featured in one of his books after three authors claimed the image was a “jarring racial stereotype.”
An Indian Islamic leader has issued a fatwa banning plucking, trimming, shaping eyebrows and cutting hair. Darul Iftaa, the fatwa factory of Darul Uloom Deoband, termed the act as ‘un-Islamic’ and has directed Muslim women in the country to stay away from eyebrow plucking and hair-cutting.
Alfred MacDonald left University of Texas at San Antonio after feeling ‘difficult to stay motivated’. He had made the comments during an out-of-class conversation with another graduate student. They had been discussing the ‘religious leanings of philosophy professors.’
While leftists all over the country, from Hollywood to Hillary Clinton, are hyping gun control in the aftermath of the horrific sniper attack on concert-goers in Las Vegas, the District of Columbia is raising the white flag in a court fight over that very issue, apparently hoping to limit what officials there would consider damage from an adverse ruling.
CBS has parted ways with one of the company’s top lawyers after she said she was “not even sympathetic” to victims of the Las Vegas shooting because “country music fans often are Republican,” when discussing the mass shooting that unfolded in Las Vegas late Sunday night.
In what seems to be a parody of his own insane political correctness, Justin Trudeau shared a post about white supremacy and referenced it as a response to the ISIS-inspired terrorist attack in Edmonton.
The first major broadcast domino has fallen. In response to crashing ratings, plummeting ticket sales, and a public backlash fueled by none other than the leader of the free world, Fox Sports has decided to cry Uncle! Becoming the first major NFL broadcast partner to publicly say that they will no longer air the national anthem.
If a Christian graphic designer in Colorado objects to promoting the same-sex marriage of “Stewart” and “Mike” because it violates her religious beliefs, that’s just too bad, a federal judge has ruled.
Hundreds of students, staff and faculty members gathered at Cornell University’s Arts Quad to “take a knee” to address white supremacy, racism and support the recent NFL protests started by Colin Kaepernick.