Today, The Indianapolis Star led with a front-page editorial calling for Indiana Governor Mike Pence to not only repeal the discriminatory Religious Reformation Act, but to also pass a law for full LGBT non-discrimination protection...
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act was adopted to protect vulnerable religious minorities, but it has been transformed, critics say, into a law that allows some groups to discriminate.
Indiana: Discrimination Hiding Behind Religious Faith By Jason Stanford Where is Leslie Knope when we need her? Indiana’s “Religious Freedom Restoration Act,” which purports to protect Christians from being forced to apply the Golden Rule to gays and lesbians at work, resists sober interpretation. The only way to understand it is as government-sponsored fan fiction [...]Show More Summary
• Is Indiana protecting discrimination? Judge Andrew Napolitano will explain why the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 2015 is both legally and politically troublesome. • Former corrections officer Gary Heyward will take us into the world of sex and drugs inside one of America’s most infamous jails.
The Supreme Court has confirmed in a ruling that if the government places a GPS tracker on someone's person or their belongings, the act counts as a search—something that remains protected by the Fourth Amendment. Read more...
Food industry employees have been using the whistleblower protections provided under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) ever since it was signed into law, according to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Show More Summary
The bill stipulates that quality standards used by Medicare, Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act should not be used to show negligence by a doctor or a hospital.
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act was adopted in 1993 to protect members of vulnerable religious minorities, but it has been transformed, critics say, into a law that allows some religious groups to undermine the rights of women, gays and lesbians, or other groups.
There may be some, shall we say, unintended consequences from Indiana's recently-passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which supporters say protects religious liberty while dissenters contend the law allows for discrimination against LGBT individuals.
Photo by Jeanette D. Moses This new bill could put an end to street photography in the state Arkansas Senate has been working to pass bill SB-79, named the Personal Rights Protection Act, which claims to protect citizens privacy rights when in public. Show More Summary
A cat’s brave act to protect a baby has gone viral! Apparently, the cat thought the defenseless baby was being hit by the father, so the heroic feline decided to step in. According to Mirror Online, the father filmed himself to show the cat’s response. Show More Summary
On Thursday, March 26 Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Act into law, aimed at protecting private businesses from government infringement on their religious beliefs. Ever since, the “Big Three” (ABC, CBS, and NBC) networks have done their best to promote the bill’s opponents, who insist that the bill will lead to discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Today HRC endorsed the “The Fairness for All Hoosiers Act” as a solution to stop the damage caused by the new Indiana anti-LGBT religious discrimination law signed in to law by Governor Pence.
The body's immune system fights disease, infections and even cancer, acting like foot soldiers to protect against invaders and dissenters. But it turns out the immune system has traitors amongst their ranks. Dr. Karin de Visser and her...Show More Summary
Pat Bagley / Salt Lake Tribune By Jason Stanford Where is Leslie Knope when we need her? Indiana’s “Religious Freedom Restoration Act,” which purports to protect Christians from being forced to apply the Golden Rule to gays and lesbians at work, resists sober interpretation. Show More Summary
NC Values Coalition Supports SB 604 (N.C. Political News) – The N.C. Values Coalition applauded Sens. Randleman, Krawiec, and Daniel for their introduction of The Women and Children’s Protection Act (SB 604). According to the release,...Show More Summary
Born of the Organized Crime Control Act of 1970, and the brainchild of longtime Department of Justice attorney, Gerald Shur, the U.S. Marshall Service Witness Security Program (WITSEC) has successfully protected more than 18,000 people since it first began operations in 1971. Read more...
When it comes to terrorism, the left tends to define it in tendentious ways that protect favored actors, which is why most mainstream media refer to terrorists variously as militants, gunmen, or fighters, and their acts those of resistance as desperation or workplace violence.
Charles Munger Jr. isn't waiting around idly for the U.S. Supreme Court to act on congressional redistricting. He's hoping for the best but planning for bad news.
The next case in a seemingly never ending list of bills aimed at limiting photographers’ rights is SB-79 which was passed by the Arkansas Senate on Tuesday. The bill aims to “Enact the Personal Rights Protection Act: and to Protect the Property Rights of an Individual to the Use of the Individual’s Name, Voice, Signature, [...]Show More Summary