“This is for those that possess the Warrior Spirit. The weak or timid need not apply … Trump has our back for the next 8 years. The timing couldn’t be better.”
Since January 2017 a number of undemocratic bills that if enacted into law, threatens one of the United States’ constitutional pillars: free speech.
Republicans are terrified of the people they are elected to serve; not intimidate or threaten them with arrest for calling or visiting their senator’s office.
Fascism was what Trump was selling throughout the presidential campaign and is implementing now according his plan to “make America great.”
Freedom of religion isn’t just about the right to practice religion. It’s about the right to have your own views about religion including being agnostic and atheistic.
A preacher who has spent years spewing hate speech at students and at public events learned there are physical consequences for hate speech.
When a member of a Satanic temple signed up to deliver the opening prayer on February 17 to provide the Phoenix city council, members banned all invocations and provided a moment of silence instead
Kentucky taxpayers are being “compelled” to spend at least $18 million to build and support the Answers in Genesis Noah’s Ark theme park
Tomorrow, House Republicans are slated to pass “filibuster-proof” legislation founded on religion to defund Planned Parenthood and Obamacare
In February of this year, a seven-year-old 2nd grade student in Indiana was “banished” from having any contact with other students because his teacher, a playground supervisor, and a school administrator concluded that the child’s “bad ideas” persecuted (offended) another student.
Walker’s attempt to abolish unions and ordering the arrest of protestors exercising their Constitutionally-protected freedom to assemble peaceably to seek redress of their grievance against a Koch puppet acting like Hitler actions that have already cost Wisconsin taxpayers $45,000 with another $1 million on the near horizon.
Today, more so than at any time in the nation’s history, evangelical Republicans are on a crusade to base the nation’s laws on the Christian religion to discriminate against Americans who do not fall into the mold of a religious Republican.
Republicans in state after state spent the past year hastily passing legislation abolishing other Americans’ 14th Amendment rights
Ohio Governor John Kasich made that “religious extremist duty” mandatory in Ohio. Kasich issued a statement through a spokesman informing Ohio schools that if they fail to align with Christian organizations, they will lose funding.
The Trojan Horse in the Hobby Lobby ruling is a term, closely held corporation, that created an opening for nearly all businesses to use the new corporate religious freedom exemption with impunity.
In Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Inc. the Supreme Court ended its flirtation with unanimity and ruled 5-4 in favor of corporate theocracy.
What MSNBC accomplished by not supporting Bashir’s 1st Amendment right was to muzzle and pre-censor the rest of the network’s on-air talent. They also positioned themselves as just another conservative media outlet.
Finally law enforcement has acted and arrested an American citizen who faces felony charges for making terrorist threats, but the suspect is a wannabe teenage rapper, not Ted Nugent.
There are those who say the mood of the nation toward gays and women’s rights are changing for the better, yet the far right is forging ahead to restrict their rights.