#148527
What happens to children of unmarried mothers
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#148529
Those of us following the Memories Pizza story won't have trouble remembering it as the years go by, thanks only partially to the Walkerton, Indiana store's fairly unusual name for a pizzeria. What will also easy to recall are the "memories" of the unhinged and threatening leftist behavior that accompanied its owner's simple statement that, if the request ever arose, they would have to turn down catering a same-sex "marriage" because participating in or supporting such a ceremony violates their firm Christian religious beliefs — and the press's attempts to cover up what their journalistic malfeasance unleashed.
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On his “sports” talk show Thursday, ESPN’s Keith Olbermann made clear that he thinks Indiana’s amendment to its controversial religious freedom act doesn’t go far enough, saying that while it obviously will not happen, he still wants the Final Four out of Indianapolis as punishment for Indiana lawmakers’ attempt to discriminate against the LGBT community by protecting the religious liberty of the state’s citizens.
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#148531
A small town, family-owned pizzeria has become the latest target of an angry mob of modern-day fascists -- hell-bent on silencing anyone who opposes gay marriage.
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#148532
Are any of you "social justice warriors" planning to explain yourselves to the hard-working innocent employees you're trying to send to the unemployment line, all because of something the owner of the restaurant said - not even something the business did?
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#148533
The story of Anthony Stokes was supposed to have a happy ending. Instead it ended Tuesday, police say, with the teen heart transplant recipient carjacking someone, burglarizing a home, shooting at ...
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#148534
Dem Rep: Iran Already Renouncing Deal, Won't Publicly Agree to 4 Pages
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#148535

NCAA President Threatens Indiana

Submitted 4 years ago by ActRight Community

On Thursday, NCAA president Mark Emmert openly threatened the state of Indiana, swaggering that he would recommend the NCAA, whose headquarters are in Indianapolis, move from any area "that didn't prohibit discrimination." Emmert has been fulminating against the state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana signed last week.
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#148536
Republican Politicians Need a Spinal Transplant, and Four Other Lessons from the Battle of Indiana -
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#148537
J.C. Watts, one of the few black Republicans to have served in Congress, is said to admire Rand Paul’s approach toward growing the party’s base.
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Frank Luntz points out from a Washington Post article that recent polling shows Ted Cruz has jumped over nearly the whole crowd of potential candidates, landing him in second place right now: Ted C...
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#148539
Lawrence B. Jones -- the creator of the massively successful GoFundMe campaign for the beleaguered Memories Pizza -- went on with CNN’s Brooke Baldwin to discuss the family that will ...
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#148540
As the BBC’s flagship car show speeds away from the Jeremy Clarkson years, Alexei Sayle sets out his stall to be the new presenter
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#148541
by Gina Cassini | Top Right News With the white-hot attack of the nation's media and leftist activists on Christian business owners who object to making products that endorse same-sex marriage, one party has been curiously absent from the national discussion: Muslims.
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#148542
#TheRefinery crewd discusses statements made by Laurie Cumbo, a New York City councilwoman, who suggested “There could be some benefit to housing people by c...
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#148543
It's the latest sign of income inequality in the country
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#148544
J.C. Watts, one of the few black Republicans to have served in Congress, is said to admire Rand Paul’s approach toward growing the party’s base.
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#148545
For investors, the March jobs report means that the Federal Reserve's first interest-rate hike could be slowly receding in the distance.
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Recently, a representative from the Hillary Clinton camp delivered a message to Martin O'Malley, the former Maryland governor preparing to challenge Clinton for the 2016 Democratic nomination. I have some good news and some bad news, the messenger said. What's the good news? asked O'Malley. The good news is we're taking you seriously, the messenger answered. And the bad news is … we're taking you seriously. RELATED: Martin O'Malley to make presidential decision in spring, blasts Hillary The undertone of threat was unmistakable, but anyone who takes on Clintonworld has to expect that. And indeed, pro-O'Malley Democrats — there are some — are not at all surprised by the tone. They are the most petty, vengeful people out there, says one Democrat of the Clinton organization. They hold a grudge for decades. I don't think he [O'Malley] expected them to welcome him with a fruit basket.
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#148547
The Arizona Republic reports on Sen. John McCain's problems with national conservatives.
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#148548
Jewish news outlet Haaretz reports that an insurance company has denied coverage for a Jewish kindergarten in the capital of Belgium due to the high risk of anti-Semitic attacks.  An insurance company has refused to renew the policy of a Jewish kindergarten in Brussels, claiming that the risk of doing so is too high, given the clear threat of anti-Semitic attacks. [...]
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#148549
It turns out that Senator Tom Coburn is a big supporter of Mark Levin's new book The Liberty Amendments. When asked last night about this new 1000 plus page spending bill and the fact that the Sena...
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PENN JILLETTE, LIBERTARIAN COMMENTATOR, MAGICIAN: I don't want to misrepresent myself as an expert, but there is more to gay sex than cake and flowers. These people are not being asked to engage in gay sex or even endorse gay sex, they're being asked to sell flowers and cake to people, and that is hypothetical. And I'm a libertarian and an atheist so I am fighting myself on this, and I don't like the government involved in telling the people what to do and I certainly want the people to have religious freedom, because the only way that people who don't have religion and have freedom is for people who do have religion have freedom. But all in the same way, we have to make sure that we don't get too crazy in the hypotheticals, and we are not talking about forcing people to engage in gay sex or even endorse gay sex. We are asking them that maybe they can treat people the same as other people, and that does not seem unreasonable. It is okay, I suppose, although goofy to be against gays, but it is not okay to be against people who simply want to use your services as a business. I mean the free market should take care of this faster than anything.
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