Thousands of immigrants who are hoping the president’s controversial new executive order on immigration will allow them to stay in the country may soon have those hopes dashed as a federal judge ruled against the president yesterday, accusing him of making an unconstitutional end-run around Congress in drawing up the new law.
A new rule published by the U.S. Department of Labor which will implement an executive order signed by President Barack Obama this summer will not only forbid discrimination against the same-sex attracted but prohibits an employer’s disapproval of this conduct.
The District of Columbia City Council passed a bill this week that will repeal an exemption to a human rights bill that allowed religious schools to practice their faith as it pertains to homosexuality and will now force them to choose between their God and the government.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
A prominent gay activist, frequent White House visitor, and the co-founder of the radical Human Rights Campaign, was arrested in his Oregon home last week after being charged with sexually molesting a 15 year-old boy.
Members of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, Missouri are coming together in prayer and calls for peace after a Grand Jury decided not to indict the police officer who shot and killed a young black man in Ferguson last August.
The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to try a case involving a young rapper who posted death threats to his ex-wife on Facebook, which he claims was just “venting”, and will determine just how much “free speech” can be protected on social media.
Imagine the surprise of a young mother in Ohio who purchased a toy for her daughter at the local toy store only to discover that hidden in the toy is an image of a young girl with demonic eyes who is in the process of slitting her wrists!