Tammy on June 4, 2018
This is good news, but they punted in one way– while excoriating the Colorado Civil Rights Commission for their treatment of the baker, they did not ultimately answer the broader issue of religious liberty. So it’s good news in part. Keep in mind, this case is from 2012, so it took 6 years, and the baker lost at every other level of the justice system. That should worry us. Here are the details. Via Fox News. The Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, in one of the most closely watched cases of the term. In a 7-2 decision, the justices set aside a Colorado court...
Shifra on February 25, 2018
So, the traumatized Florida students accusing the NRA of murder, and screaming “Burn her!” at a CNN Town Hall meeting, are like the courageous civil rights Freedon Riders of the early 1960’s, who faced violent white mobs, attack dogs, arrests and sometimes death? Yeah. No. But thanks for the false equivalence, Oprah. Here’s some background on the actual Freedom Rider movement, which was fought to enforce civil rights, not curtain them. Via Breitbart. Oprah Winfrey appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday and said the teen Parkland, Florida shooting survivors at the forefront of a new gun control push are like the Civil Rights Movement activist of the 1960s. “This is a moment. This is exactly what happened during...
Tammy on January 2, 2018
One of the million reasons why the American people do not trust the legacy media. Their judgement is a dumpster fire. His daughter urges the media to consider King’s family before publishing a photo like that. It seems, however, the media doesn’t consider *anyone* before doing whatever they want. In this case, does the drive-by media *want* to cause civil unrest? Via NY Daily News. Newsweek tweeted, then quickly deleted an image of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in an open casket Monday with a link to an article about notable historical anniversaries in 2018. King’s daughter, Bernice King, was among the scores of twitter users who were outraged by its use of the image. “Why, @Newsweek? Wow,” she wrote,...