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  • St Joseph Church Kansas lawsuit

    April 2, 2016 The Catholic Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph agreed to a settlement on Feb. 22, 2016, with a former church employee who claimed that she was terminated once her same-sex marriage was announced. While the specific amount was not disclosed, Colleen Simon asked for lost wages, benefits, punitive sanctions and compensation for mental […]

  • Muslim worker religious discrimination

    December 7, 2015 A 48-year-old man from Manhattan alleges that he was terminated from his job at Bed Bath & Beyond due to his beard, which is part of his Muslim faith. He has further claimed that co-workers tormented him for months on the job after he admitted that he was growing out his facial […]

  • Debunking gun free-zones and other myths

    November 12, 2015 Gotta give the National Rifle Association credit: they’ll try to explain away any mass U.S. shooting. “Guns don’t kill people…”, “A good guy with a gun…”, “Video games are the problem…”—these lines have been trotted out time and again in the wake of armed carnage. Now there’s a new argument trending with […]

  • Los Angeles SlutWalk

    November 2, 2015 People across the world march for all kinds of noble reasons: AIDS awareness, breast cancer research, Alzheimer’s—the list goes on and on. However, until 2011, no one had taken up the mantle and marched for “sluts.” The word is in quotations because it illustrates the overall point of the march: to raise […]

  • California solitary confinement reforms

    October 14, 2015 After decades of isolating inmates in solitary confinement based solely on gang affiliation, California is on the verge of ending the practice as talks between state’s attorneys and prisoner representatives moved toward a resolution in the class-action lawsuit. Although court records show that no agreement from that discussion has yet been filed, […]

  • Kentucky marriage clerk Kim Davis

    October 7, 2015 All of us who openly worship God try to avoid doing things in our lives that go against “God’s Law.” However, Christians are flawed human beings like everyone else. If you take a quick look at our lives, you may see behaviors and actions that do not speak well of the way […]

  • Undocumented immigrant lawyer

    August 24, 2015 With controversy swirling over holding Mexican nationals who have illegally crossed the border into the U.S., officials have requested that a federal immigration judge delay their immediate release and change her ruling. Despite the challenges, the government claims that they are in compliance with a ban on securing juveniles in immigrant holding […]

  • California prisoner sexual reassignment

    Public attitudes towards LGBT rights have changed dramatically in just a few years. The pinnacle of this cultural shift came in the form of the Supreme Court’s July 2015 ruling that gay marriage is legal across the United States. Following such a historic verdict, other marginalized members of society felt emboldened to come forward. The […]

  • Future of Obamacare

    Although Obamacare won a strong victory when the U. S. Supreme Court issued its opinion in the King v. Burwell case, recent congressional activity indicates that challenges will continue. In fact, the New York Times editorial “The Fight for Healthcare Isn’t Over” clearly indicates that all government healthcare programs are facing repeated attempts to dismantle […]

  • Supreme Court refuse prisoner gender reassignment

    May 15, 2015 Ensuring access to gender reassignment surgery for prisoners has emerged as a hot topic in the transgender rights movement amid recent developments in court cases filed on behalf of inmates. On May 4, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court released their decision against hearing a lawsuit for a transgendered inmate who was prescribed […]

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