“Transgender” ideology has apparently become not just prevalent, but ascendent, in some public-school systems.

Alabama lawmakers have a plan to protect religious liberty and freedom of conscience from the escalating LGBT onslaught. Last week, the Alabama Senate voted unanimously for SB69 to abolish marriage licenses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The San Antonio city council voted to exclude Chick-fil-A from the city’s airport because the company donates to Christian organizations.

Call it divinity degrees to dollars, a little mammon thrown in with the religion. But black seminary students in Princeton, New Jersey, are now asking their university to offer reparations for slavery. 

Democrats in Congress are pushing “equality” legislation that critics say would criminalize Christianity, Islam, and Judaism by forcing virtually every institution in society — including churches — to hire, serve, and promote homosexuals and individuals confused about their gender. A number of analysts have warned that by enshrining “sexual orientation” in the statute, even pedophilia and pederasty could be protected. In the House of Representatives, Democrats already have more than enough co-sponsors to pass the bill. And in the Senate, they are getting very close. But a massive coalition of critics from across the political spectrum and a broad array of religious traditions is rising up to stop it before it is too late.

Among other changes, the so-called Equality Act, also known as H.R. 5 in the House and S. 788 in the Senate, purports to “prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation.”

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