Rainbow Doritos oppress Christianity (more specifically, the far right flavours thereof). At least, that’s the pronouncement of Pastor Carl Gallups, who has also written a book about how corporations persecute the church by supporting LGBT causes: “One of the ways they do this, Gallups notes, is through partnerships and funding agreements with far left activists. … Continue reading When Nachos Attack!
Today in religious freedom, NC mayoral candidate Eugene Holmes is running on the eradicate LGBT people platform. Because, you know, his conscience tells him to: “In my administration I would do just like Mrs. Davis did in Kentucky,” Holmes said. “If you elect me, I’ll uphold the law of the state of North Carolina. I … Continue reading “… What’s wrong with eradicating homosexuals…?”
Every once in awhile, far right commentators become remarkably candid. Here is David Brody from CBN on what the whole endgame is with the Kim Davis martyrdom: “Look, can we get real for a moment? Liberals, if she ends up back in jail, do you really think that’s a victory for you? Hardly. If she … Continue reading “Look, can we get real for a moment…?”
If you read far right media (which I do, just as much as left-wing media), you’ve probably been hearing some very dire predictions of religious persecution in the U.S. It has only intensified with the arrest of Kentucky clerk Kim Davis. It would seem that the sky is falling. Don’t believe me? Here is a … Continue reading Gimme That End Times Religion: Inventing the Great Tribulation
So inevitably, a blog that’s all about religious freedom would need to comment on the ongoing troubles of Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, and her stand against issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. I didn’t want to rush on that right away, because I wanted to do so thoughtfully, and dig underneath the impulsiveness and spin … Continue reading Conscience, Human Rights, and a Kentucky Clerk
Brian Grasso, a freshman at Duke University, is taking a public stand against reading “Fun Home,” by Alison Bechdel, as part of his course studies. The depictions of lesbian sexuality conflict with his moral conscience: After researching the book’s content and reading a portion of it, I chose to opt out of the assignment. My choice had nothing to … Continue reading The Right Not to Learn
A man wishing to volunteer at a Winnipeg food bank was banned because he didn’t want to sign its pledge that would require him to “respect the relationship of only a man and a woman in marriage.” The New Civil Rights Movement has provided quotes from some of the follow-up video at APTN: The father … Continue reading Conditional Charity