Only days after a group of deeply religious university students were charged with engaging in a criminal conspiracy to disrupt a speech by a foreign diplomat, a controversy has erupted at another university over a school policy statement which designates a major religion as guilty of “institutionalized oppression.” The way in which these two incidents is being addressed (or ignored) by the mainstream media reflects the way in which the represented religions are viewed through the lenses of political correctness.
More than 650 people showed up at the State House in Concord Thursday for a public hearing on bills to repeal New Hampshire's same-sex marriage law, passed in 2009. The vast majority was opposed to repeal, according to the New Hampshire Union Leader, and even supporters of the legislation were in favor of putting off consideration until next year so that lawmakers can focus this year on the state's fiscal and economic problems.
Following revelations that a Pennsylvania physician had murdered at least one woman and hundreds of viable fully delivered babies in his “House of Horrors” abortion clinic, Governor Tom Corbett announced sweeping changes to clamp down on his state’s under-supervised abortion industry.
Abby Johnson, the ex-director of the Planned Parenthood abortuary in Bryan, Texas, has joined the Live Action pro-life organization, Live Action announced this week. Live Action is the group that recently released videotapes of a Planned Parenthood staff member advising undercover Live Action operatives how to procure abortions and contraception for fictitious underage, illegal-alien prostitutes.