America is more secular than ever before, that’s a fact. America is ALSO less free than ever before. Is there a correlation? How would you react if there was? Dennis has his thoughts.
Someone seriously has to explain to me how a biological MALE who used a mensroom for over a decade without any mental distress and now self identifies as a Female is distressed when folks don’t want HIM in a female’s restroom? Especially when the company goes out of it’s way to accommodate the employee. Sorry folks but this is simply illogical never mind an unbiblical attack on religious freedom by the courts.
A state court has ordered the Christian-owned craft store chain Hobby Lobby to pay over $200,000 in fines for refusing to allow one of its trans-identified employees to use the women’s bathroom.
A three-judge Illinois appellate court panel unanimously ruled Friday that Hobby Lobby violated the Illinois Human Rights Act by declining to allow one of its employees to use the bathroom that corresponds with the person’s gender identity instead of biological sex…
SOURCE: Hobby Lobby ordered to pay…
Mom Says School Board Threatened to Sue Her for Seeking Public Information on Critical Race Theory in Curriculum A Rhode Island mother of two began filing records requests when she learned that teachers were incorporating critical race theory and gender ideology in the curriculum.
Teachers Unions Push Critical Race Theory in Schools, Urge Defiance of State Laws Against It The American Federation of Teachers and other teachers unions have been explicit about trying to inject critical race theory into K-12 curriculums and teacher trainings
2 Educators Fight for Their Jobs After Suggesting Commonsense Transgender Policies for School A school board in Oregon will decide whether to fire two educators at a middle school who produced a video proposing that schools recognize a student’s biological sex, not gender identity.
Public education in America has all-too-often become a tool of those who wish to produce anti-citizens: those who wish to tear down the systems in the name of some higher or lower purpose. No society can survive this in the long term…
“We oppose attempts to ban critical race theory and/or The 1619 Project,” the National Education Association (NEA) said in a resolution late last week. At its 2021 annual meeting, America’s largest teachers’ union — and largest union of any kind — passed a slew of pro-CRT resolutions. They also approved “an already-created, in-depth study that critiques white supremacy, anti-Blackness, anti-Indigeneity, racism, patriarchy … capitalism … and other forms of power and oppression.” The resolutions amounted to a declaration of war on parent organizations that have sprouted up as sentinels against encroaching wokeness…
Source: A Fight for the History Books
“The absurdity of the report speaks for itself”.
In the name of “diversity, equity, and inclusion,” the National Archives’ task force has recommended drastic changes to how our founding documents and the Founding Fathers are presented to the public...
“The idea that, you know, everything is … power dynamics and oppressor/oppressed,” says pastor and author Voddie Baucham Jr. “That’s Marxism. That’s not Scripture.”…
Does “inclusive” history have to be sanitized history?
What do we do when great people do bad things, hold bad beliefs, or support bad causes? (Cancel them?) Across America, communities are arguing over what to do with statues of and memorials to great figures in American history, whose actions or belief…
Source: Cancelling Stonewall Jackson
Ty Smith — a black man who has two sons, 17 and 19 — absolutely annihilated critical race theory during his comments to an Illinois school board earlier this month, saying it will teach children of different races to “hate each other” and will reverse Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream that all people may be judged by the content of their char …
If Wednesday morning you had said to me that an unabashed display of Patriotism was going to break out in Uniondale, NY that evening I probably would have given you odds (only kidding) against it. Seriously with NY being one of the bastions of liberalism in the US patriotism does not seem high on the list of priorities. Yet as this article relates it certainly did and it is great to see that the NHL at least has not been overtaken by WOKEISM like other professional sports.
Hockey fans during Wednesday night’s NHL playoff game between the New York Islanders and the Boston Bruins delivered an unforgettable rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
Singer-songwriter Nicole Raviv, who regularly delivers the national anthem before Islanders games at Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York, led the performance.
According to the New York Post, the coliseum held a sellout crowd of 13,917 during the Wednesday night game.
What are the details?
During Wednesday night’s Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, thousands of fans in attendance hopped in and sang along with Raviv.
At one point, a grinning Raviv pointed the microphone toward the massive audience, emboldening them to sing even prouder and louder.
The Islanders beat the Bruins 6-2 and will move on to the semifinals.
Following the performance, Raviv took to Twitter, writing, “My heart is full. The coliseum will forever have the best backup singers in the #NHL.”
The 27-year-old performer, who moved to New York from Canada in 2012, later shared additional footage of the performance and added, “#isles fans are heroes. This is more anthem footage from the most memorable performance. Gonna miss this barn[.]”
The New York Post reported that Raviv said that the experience was “magical.”
“It was very unique. Not everyone can experience something like that,” Raviv said. “Last year, I started to sing not in front of fans. So, it was as if we were back to normal. It was really special. It was magical.”
She added, “I have sang the anthem for many sporting events. This one was unique and I never felt a crowd like that. It was an amazing moment for me and everyone who was there.”
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