Ellen Page Ignores Christians Fired, Fined, and Banned for Not Obeying Homosexual Dogma

Headlines pretend Ellen Page is speaking for the oppressed when she is actually the oppressor. Yeah, Ellen Page is soooo heroic. As CBS News tells us, “Actress Ellen Page takes on Ted Cruz over LGBT rights.” I’ve never heard Ted Cruz calling for LGBT people to lose their First Amendment rights due to their sexual practices, so what is she talking about? If Page is the typical disarmament zealot that Hollywood Leftists tend to be (I don’t know yet), then Ted Cruz is the champion of LGBT Read more […]

Tim Cook Attacks “Discrimination”; Mozilla CEO Unmentioned

According to Tim Cook, Apple CEO, discrimination is bad for business except when it is used against people he doesn’t like. Tim Cook’s Washington Post editorial is amazing. There’s something very dangerous happening in states across the country. A wave of legislation, introduced in more than two dozen states, would allow people to discriminate against their neighbors. Some, such as the bill enacted in Indiana last week that drew a national outcry and one passed in Arkansas, say individuals Read more […]

JPMorgan Chase: What if Your Job Security Depends on Supporting LGBT?

One more reason to have nothing to do with JPMorgan Chase (aside from the fact they’re a wretched bank, that should have failed five or six years ago). From the Mirror of Justice: “Brendan Eich Was Only the Beginning.” I’ve worked at Chase for the past 11 years. Yearly (sometimes skipping a year though) the bank will send out an Employee Survey to gauge how the employees feel about the bank and the management team they report up to. Every year that’s all the questions ever related to: the Read more […]

The Intolerancers Fire Employee for Tweeting About Tolerance, Privacy, & Freedom

The Intolerancers are all around us, it seems. They somehow grew up among us yet preserved a new and alien culture. They are anti-Americans now exercising power against others in America. I am referring to people like the majority of Mozilla employees, who got there CEO fired for contributing to the defense of real marriage years earlier when he held to the same view enunciated by President Barack Obama. I am also referring, it seems, to the leadership of Turtle Rock Studios, a video game production Read more […]

Mozilla Purge: The Hypocrisy of Liberals Increases When They Accuse Conservatives of Hypocrisy

If you want to see how unaware and self-absorbed liberals are, take a look at Mark Joseph Stern’s “The Astonishing Conservative Hypocrisy Over Mozilla And The First Amendment” at Slate. I’ll skip to the heart of the matter first: Oddly, however, I don’t see defenders of Eich also criticizing the Boy Scouts for excluding gay men because the organization disagrees with their conduct and beliefs. Nor do I even see conservatives taking Mozilla’s rights as a private corporation seriously—a Read more […]

A Successful IRS Hit (or Is It the State Government of California?): How the Mozilla Purge Is a First Amendment Issue (Addendum)

[NOTE: in the post below I relied on a source but now I have found one that contradicts it. Allahpundit at the Hot Air blog contradicts the claim that the IRS was involved and provides links about how California discloses all donations of $100 or more. This is still a First Amendment issue but it doesn’t figure into the IRS directly.] I just wrote about Brendan Eich resigning from Mozilla. I mentioned that, even though Mozilla is a private company, it is a First Amendment issue because the law Read more […]

Mozilla CEO Purged For Being A Christian (or Something Too Close to It)

Brendan Eich, the CEO of Mozilla has resigned “for Mozilla and our community” according to this entry on the Mozilla blog. Why was that necessary? It was necessary because Mozilla believes it is right and good to make people who don’t accept homosexual orthodoxy become unemployed. Eich may not be a Christian. I haven’t confirmed or denied it yet. But for the purposes of the illiberal pansexualists, he stands for one. Here’s how the Mozilla blog put it: Mozilla believes both in Read more […]