If you visit the National Portrait Gallery in the Smithsonian, you’ll come across this bust of Margaret Sanger, the birth control activist who founded the group that is now known as Planned Parenthood:
Sanger has always been a lightning rod for controversy. But following the release of the anti-Planned Parenthood videos, a group of African-American pastors associated with Staying True to America’s National Destiny (STAND) sent a letter Friday to the director of the National Portrait Gallery asking for the removal of Sanger from all exhibits:
The other day, I posted about how Randall Rogers, a Smith County (Texas) judge, issued a strange punishment to 20-year-old Josten Bundy for punching out his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend.
Rogers told him he had to marry his 19-year-old girlfriend, write down Bible verses, and get counseling. (Two of these things are not like the other…) If Bundy doesn’t follow those instructions, he could see jail time.