White heterosexual males face discrimination everywhere, man says after winning employment tribunal

Feb 24, 2019 by

by Colin Drury, Independent: A potential police recruit who was rejected from a force because he is white, male and heterosexual has said he believes many other men may have been similarly discriminated against. An employment tribunal found Cheshire Police was guilty of discrimination against Matthew Furlong on the grounds of sexual orientation, race and sex after his application to join was unsuccessful. The 25-year-old particle physics graduate – who applied to be a constable in 2017 –...

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Religious Freedom as Freedom to Discriminate?

Aug 10, 2018 by

by  Michael F Bird, Public Discourse: Removing religious exemptions will not promote tolerance or inclusiveness. It will forcibly strip religious organizations of their ability to operate as religious organizations. Houses of worship and religious organizations need the freedom to undertake their religious mission as it relates to worship, education, and other charitable activities. The ideal way to ensure such freedom is with a robust account of religious freedom that respects the religious...

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Christian Conservatives Warn of ‘Dangerous’ Hate After Trump Press Secretary Booted From Restaurant

Jun 26, 2018 by

by Brendan Showalter, Christian Post: The decision of a restaurant to boot President Donald Trump’s Press Secretary Sarah Sanders from its premises has elicited responses from Christian leaders, writers, and pundits who warn this will only yield further discord and violence. Sanders posted on her Twitter page Saturday that the Red Hen in Lexington, Virginia had asked her to leave the night before due to her affiliation with the president of the United States. President Trump also weighed...

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Two kinds of discrimination

Jun 24, 2018 by

by Andrew Lilico, Conservative Home: Contrast the following two questions: “Should I sell an alcoholic a newspaper?” “Should I sell an alcoholic a bottle of whisky?” In the first case, the moral question turns on issues such as whether it is appropriate for me to express my disapproval of this individual’s lifestyle, or signal to that individual that she needs to seek help, by refusing to trade with her in the way I might trade with others.  The second case is importantly different.  In that...

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Lawyering Up: More Than 60 Women Mull Class-Action Sexism Lawsuit Against Google

Aug 10, 2017 by

by Joseph Curl, Daily Wire: And as these things usually go, it’s time to bring in the lawyers. The Google brouhaha has just gotten worse as at least 60 women, current and former employees at the tech giant, have banded together to weigh the merits of suing the company for sexism and discrimination. The women claim they are being paid less than men despite having the same qualifications. San Francisco civil rights attorney James Finberg said he is working on the possible class-action suit...

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Religious Freedom and Discrimination: Why the Debate Continues

Jun 29, 2017 by

by Albert Mohler, The Gospel Coalition: This is a first for me—writing a book review while flying over the northern reaches of the Atlantic Ocean. I’m returning to the United States after responsibilities in the United Kingdom, speaking mostly to pastors and other Christian leaders. Everywhere I went, from central London to rural Kent, the same urgent question was asked: “Can religious liberty survive the LGBTQ moral revolution?” Winston Churchill famously believed in the basic cultural unity...

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