Women will once again be objectified in Super Bowl ads this year, although not nearly as much as usual, and one company famous for doing so decided to go another route this year but still can’t seem to avoid offending consumers and has been forced to pull the ad.
A battle is brewing in a northern California high school where parents discovered that an employee of a porn shop and a so-called “pleasure activist” are teaching sex ed at the school.
The country of France decided to show its appreciation for a young man responsible for saving dozens of lives during a hostage standoff by Muslim terrorists at a kosher grocery store earlier this month by rewarding him with citizenship.
A Ukranian immigrant to the U.S. with a successful wedding planning business in Florida is standing up to the politically correct crowd – including the local media – who are attacking her for refusing to plan a lesbian wedding that she has a right to her beliefs and has no intention of backing down.
In the middle of the night on January 12, 2015, police raided the Arkansas home of Hal and Michelle Stanley and removed their seven children – all because they had a mineral supplement in their home that was not approved by the federal government. Thus far, the children still have not been returned and families across America are crying foul.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear four new cases on same-sex marriage this term, a ruling which will determine if states have the power to ban same-sex marriage and refuse to recognize marriages performed in another state.
Even though it has always been known for its irreverent treatment of cultural taboos, the co-founder of the satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, which lost eight staff members in last week’s deadly terrorist attack in Paris, says the paper’s editor was “pig-headed” about satirizing Islam and blamed him for the deaths of his colleagues.
The nation’s leading organization dedicated to opposing pornography is citing serious concerns about the “R” rating which was given to the movie, Fifty Shades of Grey, by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) because it undermines the violent themes in the film and does not adequately inform parents and patrons of the film’s content.