Posts tagged: 1964 Civil Rights Act

The Switch

Written by Chistine Misner

Switching Party Histories and Whatever Else it Takes to Make History Convenient

Have you heard the news? America’s two main political parties have switched. The Party of Lincoln is now the party of slavery and oppression, while the Party of FDR is the party of free speech and people’s rights. Are you surprised? Having earned degrees in and relating to history and political science, it surprised me.

I first learned about the “switch” theory while reading the usual culprits —) Facebook and Twitter.… Continue Reading

SPOTLIGHT: ‘Sex’ Refdefined by SCOTUS

Written by David E. Smith

In a shocking 6-3 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that, based on “sexual orientation,” LGBT individuals are entitled to protection against workplace discrimination under the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Joining Monte Larrick for a jam-packed discussion of this ruling and its ramifications is Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth and The Center for Morality.

Monte and Peter explore the possible changes Illinoisans can expect as a result of the court’s misguided decision and they specifically address how private sector businesses, churches, Christian schools, and faith-based organizations could be impacted.… Continue Reading

If Joe Biden Becomes President, He Will Declare War On Your Religious Freedoms

Written by Dr. Michael L. Brown

In order to make his policy proposals perfectly clear, presidential candidate Joe Biden has announced, “The Biden Plan to Advance Lgbtq+ Equality in America and Around the World.” He should have titled it, “The Biden Plan to Restrict Religious Freedoms in America and Around the World.” Or, “The Biden Plan to Undo the Freedoms Secured Under President Trump.” The cat is out of the bag.

To be sure, there are some praiseworthy elements of the Biden Plan, emphasizing compassionate care for hurting people.… Continue Reading

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