Another Defeat of the First Amendment in Court

A baker lost his case that he had a First Amendment right not to support a same-sex “marriage.” We have judges in this country who are completely committed to emptying the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. We get to see another instance of this in the ruling, yesterday, against Jack C. Phillips, the owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in suburban Denver. A three-judge panel claimed that he was guilty of discrimination for refusing to make a wedding cake for two men. What makes this ruling extra Read more […]

Same Sex “Marriage” Is the Dismissing of the Old Civil Rights

A judge with a long civil rights record is being attacked by homosexuals for not complying with their demands. When it comes to homosexuals, pretentiousness is a constant aggressive strategy. Awhile back we were treated to media tributes to Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, pretending to be an oppressed minority as a male homosexual and claiming to have deep understanding into other minorities. What do you think happens when someone from a real minority with a long history in the civil rights movement Read more […]

Only Christians Can Discriminate; Others are Free

The Colorado Civil Rights Commission has ruled that homosexual bakers are free to refuse service; only Christians can discriminate according to the law. From Yahoo Politics: “Azucar Bakery did not discriminate by refusing to make anti-gay cakes: Colorado.” The American Civil Liberties Union stepped in to represent the gay couple after they filed a discrimination complaint with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, which concluded that Craig and Mullins had in fact suffered discrimination. Read more […]

Eric Holder Wishes He Could Punish More Victims of False Allegations

While Eric Holder wishes it were easier to prosecute civil rights cases, he throws out his own imaginary accusations to show where that would lead. Everything you need to know about Eric Holder and his failed ideology is contained in the headline and sub-head of this Politico article: Eric Holder’s parting shot: It’s too hard to bring civil rights cases In an exit interview, the attorney general says his critics may be partly driven by race. Mr. Holder, the reality is that it must be hard Read more […]

DOJ to Recommend Officer Not Be Charged in Ferguson Shooting

It’s not a totally done deal yet, but the New York Times reports (with indignity) that the Department of Justice is preparing a report that will recommend Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson not be charged with federal civil rights violations in the shooting of black teenage thug Michael Brown. The FBI investigation into the incident that sparked months of rioting funded by left-wing extremist groups found that there was no — repeat, NO — evidence to support civil rights charges, despite months Read more […]

Police, Racism, and a Happy New Year

As we think about police, racism, and related issues, we need to consider the message of Martin Luther King, Jr. Events in Ferguson, Missouri, this year have definitely put this city in the center of public awareness.  But these events, which followed in the aftermath of a shooting death of a man by a police officer, have also led to protests in other cities including Dallas, Boston, LA, and New York. Modern day so called “civil rights leaders” like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, have Read more […]

Islam and Homosexuality Under our Current Liberal Regime

Why are Islam and Homosexuality given completely different treatment? Consider this from the Daily Signal: “They Lost Their Bakery, Now Face Bankruptcy: Government’s ‘Discrimination’ Fine Brings Baker to Tears.” A bakery owner in Oregon broke down in tears while discussing the fallout of her and her husband’s decision not to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple on the basis of their Christian beliefs. Earlier this year, the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries found Read more […]

Reality or Make-Believe? “Civil Rights” In Ferguson

If your home is like my home, you have a kitchen where you, among other things, prepare and maybe also eat your meals. Again, if you are like me, you, of course, stand and walk around on the floor of the kitchen and you don’t try to walk on the ceiling or on any of the walls.  And you don’t try to place, say, a bowl of soup on the wall because it would immediately spill to the floor. The very idea of trying to operate your kitchen (or for that matter, any other room in your home) in Read more […]

Colorado Government Civil Rights Fascists Hunt Bear

This is kind of a putrid story, but it needs to be told. There are, among homo- or bisexuals, a group often dubbed “bears.” There is a picture here that gives you an idea. It is safe for work but I still find it too disgusting to want to reproduce on this blog. Even G-rated pictures of “comic book” male homosexuals make me vomit in my mouth. These are men who hate effeminacy in men or in women (depending on what degree they range from bi- to homosexual, I would guess). Naturally, there Read more […]

The Queens’ Censors: The End of Art & the Pansex Regime

Is homosexuality and “human rights” going to bring about the end of art in the United States? Robert Gagnon the notoriously straightforward Bible scholar recently pointed to this editorial from the Alliance Defending Freedom. It’s been nearly a decade since Jon and Elaine Huguenin left home and family to make their life in the West. They moved to Albuquerque and opened a photography business, specializing in weddings. Jon handled the finances; Elaine was the artist—and was good enough Read more […]

Civil Rights or God-Given Rights?

Fifty years ago, when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. addressed a crowd of 250,000 people gathered in Washington, DC, he called on the people of the various states, and the government of these united States to live up to the principles espoused in the Declaration of Independence. But it was not, as many have falsely claimed, a call for “civil” rights. In fact, in my view, Dr. King was not a champion of “civil” rights. He was a champion of God-given rights. Dr. King made clear in his Read more […]

The False Claim of Civil Rights

It was only a little over seventeen minutes in length but it is said to be the most remembered and the most memorized speech in American History. Fifty years ago, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. addressed a crowd of 250,000 people gathered in Washington, DC. He called on the people of the various states, and the government of these united States to live up to the principles espoused in the Declaration of Independence. But it was not, as many have falsely claimed, a call for “civil” rights. Read more […]