Ashers to Take Gay Cake Discrimination Case to UK Supreme Court

Ashers Bakery has confirmed it is to take the gay cake discrimination case to the Supreme Court.

Pastor Forced to Move After Receiving Threats for Opposing Facebook’s Rainbow Flag Emoji

A West Virginia pastor who has received threats for voicing opposition to Facebook's rainbow flag emoji has had to move his family out of their home.
NFL rejects veterans group's Super Bowl ad urging people to stand for the anthem

NFL rejects veterans group’s Super Bowl ad urging people to stand for the anthem

The National Football League has rejected a Super Bowl advertisement from American Veterans urging people to stand for the national anthem.

Facebook Gives No Reason for Blocking Dozens of Catholic Pages With Millions of Followers

Social media giant Facebook has blocked nearly two dozen Roman Catholic pages, some with millions of followers, with no explanation why.

Philosophy Professor: Students Too Fearful To Debate Controversial Topics

UT Austin professor says political correctness killed his moral ethics course.

UK officials call for Franklin Graham to be barred from entering the UK —...

Franklin Graham, son of evangelist Billy Graham, won’t be allowed to enter the UK for an event next year if several UK govt officials have their way.

Social Justice Warriorism as the New Communism

Even if equality of opportunity is fully achieved, all that has happened is that each of us starts off on the same rung of the ladder.

USDA Threatens To Shut Down Farm For Conservative Article In Break Room

Obama-era rules empower meat inspectors to become speech inspectors, and that’s created a crazy situation at one farm in Michigan.

‘Activist Mommy’ Banned From Twitter After Sharing Story About Trans Suicide

Twitter has banned her for calling out the LGBT community for encouraging trans 'identity' instead of encouraging them to get psychological help.

Washington Supreme Court rules against florist who refused service for gay couple’s wedding

In a hotly anticipated decision, the Washington Supreme Court ruled against a florist who was fined for not providing services for a gay couple's wedding.