The so-called Alliance Defending Freedom (i.e., discrimination) has struck again with another frivolous appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. This time, they’ve picked a terrible case. They’re arguing that judges should have the right to express their religious views publicly. In October 2014, the Wyoming Supreme Court declared that Wyoming had to issue a marriage […]
This is the first blog in my “All the Words in Red” series where we take a look at what Jesus said and apply that to 21st century problems. When I was a kid growing up in rural South Carolina, we had a saying, “Thank God for Mississippi.” The reason we said this: even […]
Please check out this public service announcement from the non-political Ellen Degeneres. I love her comment that she could buy the governor’s mansion, redo it, flip it and make $7 million.
This November, Missouri voters will be able to pass an amendment that will enshrine in the Missouri Constitution the right to discriminate against same sex couples on the grounds of a sincere religious belief. With a change in their procedural rules, Missouri Republican Senators stopped a thirty-nine-hour filibuster of the anti-gay bill, sending it to […]
Kim Davis popped up at President Obama’s final State of the Union address to “encourage Christians” to discriminate against LGBT people. In his state of the State address, Governor Pence of Indiana has forgotten last year’s debate over his state’s “Religious Freedom” act and stated, “I will not support any bill that diminishes the religious freedom of Hoosiers or […]
This is the first blog in my dictionary series where I help people learn the actual meanings of words they misuse. On Thursday, April 9, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) appeared in Iowa before a forum for people who homeschool their kids (insert eye roll) and railed against the “rainbow jihad” being waged by gays and lesbians right […]