Instagram removes Babylon Bee founder’s cartoon comparing abortion and slavery, calling it ‘hate speech’
The founder of the popular Christian satire site Babylon Bee recently had a post to Instagram comparing abortion to slavery removed by the social media website over claims that it was “hate speech.”
PragerU announced on Wednesday that YouTube has placed another of its videos in “restricted mode,” meaning that not everyone who visits the video-sharing website will be able to watch it.
Conservative commentator and former candidate for Mayor of Toronto Faith Goldy has been banned by Airbnb.
Susie Green and Caroline Farrow previously met on ITV's Good Morning Britain on a debate about transgender girls in Guiding.
A Canadian human rights tribunal has ruled that a Christian activist discriminated against a man who claims to be "female" by distributing flyers that referred to the man, who was running for political office at the time, as a "biological male."
LifeSiteNews.com, a Christian pro-life news outlet, was allegedly blacklisted by its web host and given just 12 hours to find another host the website, or risk being offline.
Facebook analytics reveal that posts by PragerU on the social media platform have been completely invisible to its more than 3 million followers.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that a former Marquette University professor shouldn’t have lost his job because of what he published.
Toronto man Bill Whatcott has been charged with a "hate crime" for distributing leaflets saying that Jesus can save gay people if they repent.