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.
An article in The New Yorker magazine scorns the popularity of Chick-fil-A, the fast food chicken chain with Christian values, in New York City, calling it "creepy pervasive Christian traditionalism." The author says its presence is "awash with cash, Christ, and evangelizing Cows."
The city of New York has announced a settlement in lawsuit that accused police of improperly spying on Muslims. The suit, filed back in 2012, focused on the NYPD's use of informants in mosques and the gathering of information from Muslim student groups. In the settlement, the city agreed to pay $75,000 in damages to the plaintiffs, as well as picking up their nearly $1 million in legal fees.
According to numerous news reports, 36-year-old Hanane Mouhib has been charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing and decapitation of her seven-year-old son, Abraham Cardenas, inside their home near Rochester, New York, on April 6. Law enforcement authorities are saying there are "zero indicators of anything religious, zero indicators of anything cultural" related to motive. But ...
An artistic mural has been installed at the University of Southern California that declares “dismantle whiteness” in big, black and white capital letters, one part of a larger display designed to spark conversations regarding “racism, sexism and xenophobia,” according to its creators.
To the horror of many people whose views span the political spectrum, Women's March is lamenting the dismantling of Backpage.com, a website known for facilitating the trafficking of women and children for sex.
Two anti-Trump organizations filed a lawsuit Monday arguing that a government report earlier this year linking immigrants to most of the country’s terrorism cases since 2001 is so misleading that it violates federal law.
In a brazen assault on our most fundamental freedoms, California legislators are considering a bill that would make it illegal for anyone to receive professional help to resolve unwanted same-sex attractions or gender confusion. This would apply to people of all ages. People of all religious and moral convictions. It is an absolute outrage, and it must be opposed vigorously.