As the bumptious Vox Day is known to say, public schooling is akin to parental malpractice.
A leading gay legal advocacy group is intervening against strong religious liberty claims in suits that have nothing to do with gay rights.
The FRC shooter . . . bought Chick-fil-A sandwiches to rub on the mouths of the people he intended to kill. He admitted in his guilty plea that he used the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “hate map” to target his victims, and police said in his pocket was a list of other anti-gay-marriage organizations he planned to attack after FRC.
A Maryland university official has been suspended for signing a petition to allow the voters to decide whether to restore traditional marriage. (more…)
The First Circuit has struck down DOMA because of Constitutional law dating back to 1973.
English judges have recognized that English law, in its impartial majesty, forbids Christians and atheists alike from espousing Christian moral views.