Just over a year after Jane Marie Georgia's Christian parents allowed her to start living life as a boy named Jay Griffin, the troubled 13-year-old girl who was in therapy for depression, anxiety and identity issues killed herself inside her home in Trussville, Alabama, last Thursday.
A Muslim teacher who died from injuries sustained while defending Christians from al-Shabaab militants during a terrorist attack last December in Kenya has been honored posthumously with one of the country's most prestigious awards.
A New York school district has launched an investigation into a student art show that included profane references to President Trump. “Burn in Hell, Trump,” wrote one person. Another person scrawled the word, “a**wipe.”
This year city officials told the devout Catholic family that their blueberries and sweet corn were not welcome at the farmer’s market – and neither were they, because they do not permit same-sex marriages on the farm because of the family’s Catholic belief that marriage is a sacramental union between one man and one woman.
Planned Parenthood has finally released its much anticipated annual report which shows that not only has the nation's largest abortion provider increased its abortion output and profit in the last year but also performed fewer health services while accepting more federal funding than ever before.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Minnesota mother who accused school officials, health care providers and doctors of violating her parental rights for letting her daughter undergo a sex change without her permission.
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.