Candace Maxymowich (below) is a 20-year-old Canadian conservative who wants to become a public school board trustee in Winnipeg. But even before she’s an official candidate — she can’t file until September 10 for the October election — she’s giving voters every reason not to support her.
20-Year-Old School Division Trustee Wannabe from Winnipeg Supports Teaching Creationism in Science Class
Every year at San Diego Comic-Con, there are Christians who picket the event because, you know, all the heathens are walking around with smiles on their faces.
If you think that atheism is simply the absence of a belief in gods, Robert P. George reckons he can teach you a thing or two. Literally.
George (below), a law professor who is professionally affiliated with Princeton, Harvard, and Stanford universities, just penned a piece for First Things, a publication that bills itself as “America’s Most Influential Journal of Religion and Public Life.” It’s a doozy. You see, George has discovered that there are actually three atheist creeds.
Michelle Duggar Claims Non-Discrimination Ordinance Protecting Transgender People Would Enable Sexual Predators
Michelle Duggar, the conservative Christian mom known for the 19 kids (and counting?) she brought into the world, has taken up a new mission. She’s out to warn her fellow Arkansans about trans people.
Duggar is the voice behind a robocall that went out to voters in Fayetteville, Arkansas this week about a proposed LGBT non-discrimination ordinance. Like hundreds of others in place throughout the country, the measure would protect LGBT citizens from discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations. Yes, this means bathrooms, too.
Here’s her message: