The Right to Be Wrong

Jul 8, 2014 by

By Ryan T Anderson, Public Discourse: The right to religious freedom is for everyone, not just those with the “right” beliefs. One of the hallmarks of religious liberty protections is that they protect people of all faiths, even if their beliefs seem unfounded, flawed, implausible, or downright silly. Recognition of a right to religious freedom does not, however, depend on religious skepticism, relativism, or indifferentism. Rather, it rests on the intelligible value of the religious quest—the...

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Christian Legal Centre in High Court

Jun 30, 2014 by

Today, we are in the High Court to seek justice over Boris Johnson’s decision to censor Core Issues Trust’s adverts (“Not Gay, Ex Gay, Post Gay and Proud. Get over it!”) and allow Stonewall’s (“Some people are gay. Get over it!”) to run.This is an issue about freedom of speech; about the suppression of a viewpoint by the political class. What makes it more poignant and important is that Mrs Justice Lang at the first hearing stated that both adverts should not run...

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LGBT Movement is a Civil Rights Fraud: March to Take Back Our Movement!

Jun 9, 2014 by

The black community in America has a long history of being under attack.  Unfortunately, history demonstrates the dark role that racism played in separating and destroying the black family, beginning with slavery.  That inequality created an open wound which till this day has still not healed.

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Gay Obama-appointed judge strikes down Oregon’s marriage amendment

May 20, 2014 by

By Ben Johnson, LifeSite News: An openly gay U.S. district judge, who was appointed by Barack Obama, has struck down Oregon’s constitutional marriage protection amendment, ruling that it violates the U.S. Constitution’s equal protection clause. U.S. District Judge Michael McShane ruled that “Oregon’s marriage laws discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation without a rational relationship to any legitimate government interest”; violate the “Equal Protection Clause of the...

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Mozilla's Gay-Marriage Litmus Test Violates Liberal Values

Apr 27, 2014 by

By Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic A half-dozen years ago, Brendan Eich donated $1,000 to the campaign for Proposition 8, the California ballot initiative that set out to ban same-sex marriage. It passed with 52 percent of the vote, but was later overturned by the courts. I hated and opposed that ballot initiative. That same year, in fact, I spent more time arguing in favor of gay marriage than any other issue. In private, I tried to persuade various family members and acquaintances that they...

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US pro-family activist detained by Canadian customs for alleged violation of ‘hate’ law

Apr 13, 2014 by

By Patrick B Craine, LifeSite News A prominent U.S. pro-family activist was detained by the Canadian Border Services Agency Thursday for alleged violations of Canada’s “hate propaganda” law. Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth about Homosexuality, had flown into Regina International Airport to speak at the Saskatchewan Pro-Life Association provincial conference this weekend. LaBarbera had been targeted by a makeshift group known as “Intolerance Free...

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