I’m not ‘forcing my morality on you’ — you’re forcing your immorality on me

Sep 20, 2017 by

by Matt Walsh, The Blaze: […]   Speaking of force, it strikes me that those who desire only to raise their families and run their businesses according to their personal belief systems are the ones so often accused of “forcing their morality” on the world. When I was discussing this case on...

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Brazilian judge approves ‘gay conversion therapy’, sparking national outrage

Sep 20, 2017 by

by Dom Phillips, Guardian: A Brazilian judge has approved gay “conversion therapy” in a ruling which prompted widespread outrage and raised fears of a conservative backlash. Waldemar de Carvalho, a federal judge in the capital of Brasília, overruled a 1999 decision by the Federal Council of...

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Shotgun wedding? Forcing religious vendors to participate in wedding ceremonies

Sep 19, 2017 by

by Hannah Smith and Eric Rassbach, MercatorNet: Counsels for a case in the US Supreme Court outline their argument. Weddings are kind of a big deal. What some have called the “wedding-industrial complex” seems to grow larger every year, and by some accounts, the average American wedding now costs...

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I’m a T-Shirt Maker With Gay Customers and Gay Employees. Still I Was Sued

Sep 19, 2017 by

by Blaine Adamson, The Stream: In 2012, my promotional printing company, Hands on Originals, was approached by a customer to print a message that conflicted with my conscience. When I said no, they sued me. Hi, my name is Blaine Adamson. I got into the T-shirt printing business because I wanted to...

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Churches Will Be Trashed When Marriage is Trashed

Sep 16, 2017 by

by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: Reality always triumphs over ideology. When homosexual marriage proponents try to tell you that churches, faith-based institutions, and religious individuals of all stripes will not be impacted by the redefinition of marriage, they are telling you porkies – and...

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We were blacklisted by the National Trust, say couple who resigned after being forced to wear gay pride badges

Sep 15, 2017 by

by Andrew Levy, Mailonline: A couple claim they were blacklisted by the National Trust after they resigned from a property where volunteers were ordered to wear gay pride badges. Bob and Linda Gates worked for 14 years at Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk until the furore over the rainbow-coloured lanyards...

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