Here’s What FOX’s Todd Starnes Didn’t Tell You About a Christian Student Expelled For Discrimination

How do you know if Todd Starnes is having his way with the facts again?

His keyboard is clicking.


In his latest FOX News column, Starnes asks,

Should Christians who oppose same-sex marriage based on religious beliefs be allowed to obtain degrees in counseling?

That’s one way of putting it, I guess.

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Tow Truck Driver Says God Told Him To Leave a Disabled Woman Stranded Due to Her Bumper Sticker

When Ken Shupe of Shupee Max Towing in South Carolina came upon the customer who had arranged to have him tow her stranded car, he suddenly felt the presence of God. And lo, God told him to leave the scene without helping the woman, because, Shupe says, her car sported a Bernie Sanders sticker.

“Something came over me, I think the Lord came to me, and He just said get in the truck and leave,” said Ken Shupe of Shupee Max Towing in Traveler’s Rest, S.C.. “And when I got in my truck, you know, I was so proud, because I felt like I finally drew a line in the sand and stood up for what I believed.”


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Having a Child By Your Rapist Is “a Silver Lining” Provided By the Lord, Says Missouri GOP Politician

It can occasionally be hard to tell whether someone is trolling and attempting to make a reasonable argument. Such was the case in the Missouri legislature the other day, when this exchange occurred during a debate on a bill that would outlaw all abortions in the state.


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Four Orthodox Churches Burn In Three Countries, and Believers See an International Conspiracy

It’s Satan. It’s an international gang of arsonists. It’s coincidence.

I know which one I’d pick if we apply Occam’s Razor. But Orthodox Christians are afraid that there’s something sinister afoot, following four blazes that gutted as many Orthodox churches in three different countries.


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Kamel Daoud: Islam-Inspired Racism in Algeria and Elsewhere Is “Unprecedented In Its Violence”

It’s a smug truism in Islam that racism has never gotten much of a toehold within the Muslim faith. In fact, racism is often considered to exist only in the West.

Recently, Allah’s purported anti-discrimination message hasn’t exactly resonated in the Maghreb and Arab countries, though, writes the Algerian novelist and essayist Kamel Daoud (below, at right) in the New York Times. He sees pervasive racism, and “a wave of xenophobia” that is “unprecedented in its violence.”


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