The Bremerton (WA) School District suspended, and later fired, Coach Kennedy over his silent, 15-second prayer. First Liberty Institute filed a lawsuit against the school district, Kennedy v. Bremerton School District. A federal district court upheld Coach Kennedy’s termination.
Those on the left actually fear conservatives and Donald Trump more than they do armed, crazed Islamic terrorists.
When Ohio State played Utah at the Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day, 87,842 people packed into that stadium to watch the game.
Tomorrow is the first anniversary of President Joe Biden’s inauguration. You know it’s a special occasion by the fact that Biden will hold an actual press conference — something he almost never does — this afternoon.
Being cautious about assigning motive seems to apply only to certain politically inconvenient acts. Source: Texas Synagogue Hostage Crisis: Case Study in Downplaying Antisemitism | National Review
By Ryan Sanders – dallasnews.com – Jan 9, 2022 One year ago, a political mob invaded the U.S. Capitol by force, interrupted the functions of government, injured police and chanted its intent to lynch the vice president. In the months since, America has sought to make sense of that event. We have asked ourselves what could possibly have driven people to…
As America moves out of the Trump era, I’ve got to confess that I did not expect the years of debates over Trump’s nationalism—and the difference between nationalism and patriotism—to coalesce so quickly and completely around a conversation about Christian nationalism.
So what kind of a story can we tell to explain how the loving God of Christianity might allow the degree of suffering and evil that we see in this world? The details vary, but most Christians who offer a defense agree that human freedom must feature heavily in any such story—that is, most defenses are versions of the free…
Here’s what is on 46 agenda today: 8:25pm The President arrives at the White House Two minutes of hate: Some person did some thing this weekend at a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas.
By: David Harsanyi – nationalreview.com – January 17, 2022 Being cautious about assigning motive seems to apply only to certain politically inconvenient acts. Watching the Congregation Beth Israel hostage situation unfold this weekend, one might have been under the impression that a 44-year-old British Islamist named Malik Faisal Akram had traveled 5,000 miles and then merely wandered into a temple in a Dallas suburb by…