No Jab, No Food: Hessen, Germany, says grocery stores can discriminate against the unvaccinated

The first federal state in Germany has announced that it sees nothing wrong with the idea of supermarkets barring the unvaccinated from shopping there. Hessen (also called Hesse), which is home to Frankfurt, says that all retailers, including supermarkets, can now decide … Continue reading No Jab, No Food: Hessen, Germany, says grocery stores can discriminate against the unvaccinated

Iowa man sentenced to 16 years in prison for stealing and burning an LGBTQ flag

A 30-year-old man from Iowa has been sentenced to 16 years in prison after he was convicted of committing a “hate crime” by stealing an LGBTQ “rainbow” flag from a local “church” and burning it in front of a strip … Continue reading Iowa man sentenced to 16 years in prison for stealing and burning an LGBTQ flag

30 year military vet with service dog told to leave Chicago restaurant

(NaturalNews) A Colorado military veteran with more than 30 years of service in the U.S. Army who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder was recently asked to leave a Chicago restaurant because he came in with his service dog. As reported by the Washington Times, Maj. Diggs Brown’s service dog, Arthur, has been a close friend and assistant for more than two years. During his mid-September visit to Chicago for a weekend, he tried to sit down to eat breakfast at Cochon Volant restaurant with his dog and was met with a surprising reaction. “When my service dog and I walked in, … Continue reading 30 year military vet with service dog told to leave Chicago restaurant

Dublin teacher who called Obama ‘anti-Christian’ removed from class

A Dublin, Ga., middle school teacher who in March told her students that President Barack Obama isn’t a Christian has been removed from the classroom to pave the way for her retirement at the end of the school year. Dublin … Continue reading Dublin teacher who called Obama ‘anti-Christian’ removed from class

AXED FOR HIS CHRISTIANITY, FIRE CHIEF FIGHTS BACK

‘The city fired him for nothing other than his faith’ Kelvin Cochran Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed erupted on Facebook against his fire chief’s personally published book several weeks ago, declaring Kelvin Cochran’s writings “deeply disturbed” him. Reed threatened he would not “tolerate discrimination of any kind” and suspended Cochran. An investigation cleared Cochran of the discrimination charges, but when his suspension was over, Reed fired him. Now, one of the nation’s most influential teams of attorneys defending individual and religious rights, the Alliance Defending Freedom, says it is taking up Reed’s case. “The city fired him for nothing other than his faith, … Continue reading AXED FOR HIS CHRISTIANITY, FIRE CHIEF FIGHTS BACK

BAKE THIS! ‘GAY’ CAKEMAKERS STICK IT TO CHRISTIANS

The demand by homosexual activists that Christian business owners provide pro-”gay” services in violation of their faith is reaching epidemic proportions, with even the New York Times taking notice with a headline, “Can’t have your cake, gays are told, and a rights battle rises.” The story describes the various lawsuits against Christian business owners and operators who decline to support “same-sex weddings” through photography, cake decorating and other services. But what do “gay” business owners say when a Christian comes asking to produce a product bearing a message supportive of traditional marriage? Go away. We won’t serve you. And much worse. That’s … Continue reading BAKE THIS! ‘GAY’ CAKEMAKERS STICK IT TO CHRISTIANS

CHURCH WINS DISCRIMINATION SUIT AGAINST CITY

City ‘abused its zoning power’ A worship service at Church of Our Savior in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. The church has now been cleared by a court to build a bigger facility near the rented chapel pictured above. A north Florida city twice denied a permit for a church to build on a main boulevard but the church took the city to court and prevailed at trial. The city of Jacksonville Beach denied Church of Our Savior a conditional-use permit because city officials preferred that the church property be used for some other purpose and had zoned it accordingly. But the … Continue reading CHURCH WINS DISCRIMINATION SUIT AGAINST CITY

New Muslim Only Businesses In AMERICA Kicks All Others Out

The growth of the Muslim population in America has brought about new business opportunities to cater to their beliefs, designed exclusively for Muslims. The latest of which is a hair salon in Cambridge, Mass., which is for Islamic women and advertises a “hijab-friendly” environment. Zaynah Qutubuddin, Left Muslim women must be fully cloaked in the traditional hijab which completely covers them from  head to toe, as required by their Islamic faith. The specific rules are heavily restrictive on women that prohibits them from removing the headscarf around any males other than their husbands or immediate family members. This rule presents a problem … Continue reading New Muslim Only Businesses In AMERICA Kicks All Others Out

GEORGIA VOTERS TOLD TO REMOVE ‘OFFENSIVE’ NRA HATS BEFORE VOTING

When Douglasville, Georgia’s  Bundy Cobb went to the polls for early voting he was asked to remove his “NRA Instructor” hat before casting his vote. He complied, but says his “right to express himself” was “infringed.”  Cobb is the second voter inside a week who was asked to remove a NRA hat. Another man was asked to remove his hat because another voter was “offended” by it. Written by AWR HAWKINS Read more at Breitbart Continue reading GEORGIA VOTERS TOLD TO REMOVE ‘OFFENSIVE’ NRA HATS BEFORE VOTING

Will InterVarsity Losing Cal State Standoff Be Tipping Point for Campus Ministries Nationwide?

Despite a year’s worth of persuasion and a New York Times article that sparked widespread support this summer, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship has lost campus access in America’s largest university system because it requires student leaders to affirm Christian doctrines. California State University has told the campus ministry that “no exemption can be made” to a new non-discrimination policy that requires leadership positions be open to all students, InterVarsity announced in a monthly prayer letter. Now 23 student chapters are no longer recognized by their universities as official student groups, losing free access to rooms for meetings and student activities fairs … Continue reading Will InterVarsity Losing Cal State Standoff Be Tipping Point for Campus Ministries Nationwide?