You know the Christian bakers who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay marriage? That was back in 2013, but it sparked a growing outrage against people exercising their religious liberty to disapprove of gay marriage. Last Friday an Oregon labor panel ruled on their case. The husband and wife who ran the bakery were found guilty of discrimination. They were fined $135,000, which is to go to the lesbian couple for their pain and suffering.
A crowd sourcing site raised $109,000 towards the fine in less than 8 hours, but protesters pressured the site to shut down the fundraising effort. No one will be allowed to help the offenders, who must bear their own punishment and somehow come up with the money themselves. [Read more...]