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North Carolina Introducing RFRA Laws

North Carolina Introducing RFRA Laws

Following in the footsteps of Indiana, North Carolina has chosen to introduce their own version of the Religious Freedoms Reformation Act (RFRA) laws. This is not the first state to choose to continue forward with the passing of this bill, as Arkansas has also decided to move forward with a version of the law that […]

‘The Cross, The Celebration and The Controversy’ This Easter at Wave Church

‘The Cross, The Celebration and The Controversy’ This Easter at Wave Church

On Easter Sunday Christians across the globe join in celebration of the resurrection Jesus Christ. Many churches choose to refer to the holiday as Resurrection Day because of its commercialization, but it is typically the most attended Sunday service of the year for Christian churches. Wave Church, located in Virginia Beach, is preparing for Easter […]

Super Typhoon Maysak Is Now Category Five

Super Typhoon Maysak Is Now Category Five

The Super Typhoon Maysak has now reached a Category Five, with sustained winds at over 150 miles per hour, setting to hit the small island of Yap in the Caroline Islands Tuesday afternoon. This is the third instance of a typhoon in Micronesia this year, setting a record for typhoons in the Western Pacific Ocean […]

Tim Cook, the Technology Industry and Discrimination Laws

Tim Cook, the Technology Industry and Discrimination Laws

Tim Cook, CEO of technology giant, Apple, Inc. is concerned about Indiana’s new law that could allow for the discrimination of the LGBT community. Indiana calls this “religious freedom.” The law says actions taken by the state or local government cannot significantly compound one’s freedom of religion. This law is called the Religious Freedom Restoration […]

Boycott on Indiana Extends to More Cities and States

Boycott on Indiana Extends to More Cities and States

The boycott on Indiana extended even further on Monday, as more cities and even states have chosen to ban taxpayer funded travel to the state. In the state of Washington, Governor Jay Inslee has issued an administration wide ban on travel paid for by the state to Indiana. Nearby in Portland, Oregon, Mayor Charlie Hales, […]

Connecticut Governor Bans State Funded Travel to Indiana

Connecticut Governor Bans State Funded Travel to Indiana

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy, is the latest politician to step into the fray of the Religious Freedoms Restoration Act (RFRA) controversy, and has now banned state funded travel to Indiana. In a move that follows in the footsteps of the mayors of both San Francisco and Seattle, Malloy has announced that he is signing an […]

Harry Reid Conspiracy Theory: Exercise Equipment or Mobsters

Harry Reid Conspiracy Theory: Exercise Equipment or Mobsters

Nevada, Senate Minority Leader (D), Harry Reid, has been injured. He says that he hurt himself with a piece of exercise equipment, but there are people who believe this is just a cover story. Blogger John Hinderaker said that one of his friends was in Las Vegas and several people had said Reid had been […]

Term Limits Versus Life Tenure

Term Limits Versus Life Tenure

Last week, two announcements were made in relation to term limits in government. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid announced his retirement in 2016, and on Saturday, prospective presidential candidate Mike Huckabee commented that he believed that the founding fathers never intended Supreme Court Justices to retain their positions for a lifetime. Designated as the source of […]

Ted Kennedy Honored at Senate Institute

Ted Kennedy Honored at Senate Institute

Ted Kennedy is to be honored Monday at the opening of a Senate Institute. Those in attendance will include President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren, Republican Senator John McCain and others. The official name of the educational center is the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate. The […]

Berkeley Student Goes Missing

Berkeley Student Goes Missing

On Saturday morning, at a USC frat party, college freshman and soccer player Eloi Vasquez went missing. The Berkeley student told friends he was going for a walk around 1:30 A.M. and failed to return; his friends calling the police for a missing person alert the following morning. He left his wallet at the frat […]

Florida Spring Break Shooting 7 Injured

Florida Spring Break Shooting 7 Injured

Florida beaches draw many college students this time of year to celebrate Spring Break. However, when 20 somethings are partying, drinking, and dancing on the sunny sandy Florida beaches, they are not aware of their surroundings and trust that they are going to have fun and be safe. This was not the case for Anesia […]

Indiana Governor Defends Law, Refuses to Add Protections for LGBT People

Indiana Governor Defends Law, Refuses to Add Protections for LGBT People

Indiana Governor Mike Pence, sat down with the media to discuss the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) and his reactions to the outcry against his state, after the controversial signing of the bill on Thursday. Pence seemed to be shocked by the response his signing the bill into law has received. In an interview with […]

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