Saturday, September 12, 2015

News Tidbits

KATC 3: Louisiana: New "In God We Trust" Bumper Stickers For Iberia Parish Deputy Vehicles

USA Today: Lawmakers fear Islamic 'indoctrination' in Tennessee schools

The Guardian: Planned Parenthood not invited to congressional hearing on organization

On Top Magazine: 26% Of Voters Say Elected Officials Can Ignore Court Rulings For Religious Reasons

Talking Points Memo: Second Oregon Judge Stops Performing Weddings After Gay Marriage Ruling

Reuters: Oregon judge who refused gay marriages says freedom of religion violated

WKRN-TV: East Tennessee store owner sells out of anti-gay merchandise

WOWK TV: Parents angry over transgender student's bathroom choice

Pew Research Center: Relatively few U.S. Catholics skipped annulment because of cost or complications

Washington Post: Pope to declare Spanish priest a saint, but Native Americans beg to differ

Associated Press: Brazil Pentecostal church welcomes gays spurned elsewhere


  1. I saw that article in The Guardian about Planned Parenthood not being invited to the congressional hearing. That pretty much tells you everything we need to know about what kind of "hearing" it's going to be, doesn't it?

    1. Agi Tater -- Yep. This whole witch hunt against Planned Parenthood is getting tiresome. Investigations in several states found no illegal activity. They need to leave the organization alone.

  2. Looks like Kim Davis has a couple of like minded judges in Oregon- huh?

    1. Heather -- Disheartening, isn't it?


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