Ahead of a hearing tomorrow on a bill (HB-1073) that would protect free speech rights on South Dakota’s public campuses, it’s been revealed why the University of South Dakota blocked the screening of a film in 2015 that documents brutality against Muslim women: It wasn’t balanced.
The New Jersey city of Bayonne has agreed to a $400,000 settlement with a local Muslim group that will allow a planned mosque to proceed, ending a lawsuit that accused officials of illegally rejecting the zoning application.
The evidence already is overwhelming that homosexual activists don’t just want their rights protected, they want Christians’ rights removed. After all, in lawsuits brought against Christian bakers, photographers and other service providers, the same services were available from others.
“Mustafa…said she is deeply disturbed by Parrish’s comments, saying they demonstrate a lack of understanding about Islam. She said Muslims in America have demonstrated a respect for both the U.S. Constitution and their religion and his comments are unfair to the Muslim men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces.”
Critics of Trump have already begun to express displeasure with his actions in the days leading up to the speech, leading some to wonder whether this opposition is substantive, or rooted in a distaste of Trump as a person.
An Islamic art exhibit is currently on display at Texas A&M University. The goal is to show the Islamic “mission” “to spread peace and love, and to bring people together as a community. That is also the intention of this exhibit.”
After insisting for more than three decades that human activity was driving the earth’s temperatures to dangerous levels, climate scientists and activists now contend that same activity is keeping the planet artificially cool and that cleaning up the atmosphere will leave us feeling the heat.
The Thomas More Law Center ("TMLC"), a national nonprofit public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, filed a federal lawsuit yesterday evening in the New Jersey District Court against several officials and teachers of the Chatham Middle School and the School District of the Chathams, located in New Jersey.
After the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority refused to run Catholic ads on its buses and trains that depicted photos of shepherds and the website FindThePerfectGift.org in November, the Archdiocese of Washington sued – but a federal judge appointed by President Obama upheld the Metro’s Catholic ad ban.
For the past six years a Texas school district has been waging legal warfare against a group of high school cheerleaders who wrote Bible verses on football run-through banners. In October the Texas Ninth Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the Kountze Independent School District cheerleaders – declaring the “cheerleaders’ speech expressed on the run-through banners is best characterized as the pure private speech of the students.”