A General Social Survey poll finds that today’s college students are far less tolerant of controversial speech than they were four decades ago.
There certainly have to be some intermediate steps between birth and your son's “gender-reassignment surgery,” and the United Nations is on the case. It has teamed up with a new company to push dolls for boys so your child can get in touch with his “feminine side.”
In an unusual move that comes amid intensifying efforts across America to provide what critics call “medicine at gun point,” dozens of schoolchildren were banned from attending class in Rochester, Minnesota, for not proving they received a dizzying array of government-mandated vaccines. The reported number of students removed from school began at around 80, declining to about 60 soon afterward.
What next? A Brokeback Mountain version of Old Yeller? A transgendered Mickey Mouse? Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner starring in the father role in a remake of Swiss Family Robinson? Don’t laugh, the above absurdities — and worse — are no doubt percolating on the diversity/perversity menu at the Magick Queendom.
Ron Reagan, son of the late President Ronald Reagan, has been featured in a televised commercial proclaiming his atheist views. The commercial was recently rejected by the late president’s older son, Michael Reagan.
Christopher Columbus, the man who brought Christianity to the Western Hemisphere, is now being trashed by the president of a Christian college with a conservative reputation.
In this age where “coming out” as homosexual is cheered and turning straight jeered, Hollywood has long been at the forefront of pushing the pink front. Thus is the recently released film I Am Michael an eyebrow-raising anomaly, portraying the true story of a homosexuality activist who left his former ways, married, and became a Christian minister.
Much like The John Birch Society, 40 Days for Life supporters are increasingly having a positive impact on the culture. By Bob Adelmann
The most prominent figure at this year’s Oscar Awards Sunday night was not even there and was not nominated for anything. The consistent center of attention — all of it negative — at the awards ceremony was President Donald Trump. But considering the animosity the liberal establishment in Hollywood has shown for the president, that is not surprising. In fact, the 2017 Oscars could best be desribed as a Trump roast that was occasioanlly interupted by actors, producers, and directors receiving awards.