A former scientist at California State University-Northridge (CSUN) is suing the school for firing him after he made a discovery that appeared to prove a triceratops fossil was only thousands of years old, rather than the 65 million years the university's scientific community insisted.
A newspaper editor in Iowa who was fired for his private blog criticism of a homosexual-themed “Bible” has filed a religious discrimination complaint against his former employer.
The Internal Revenue Service continues to extend its already vast overreach, this time by agreeing to monitor church sermons as part of an agreement the government made on July 17 with the aggressively atheistic Freedom From Religion Foundation.
The editorial board of the New York Times, which generally favors the imposition of "liberal" or "progressive" reforms at the national level, has come out in favor of states' rights on the legalization of marijuana.
In an apparent effort to defend its gruesome (and failing) business interests in the state, abortion giant Planned Parenthood announced that it will spend $3 million to try to buy the Texas governorship and other key offices for pro-abortion Democrat candidates in the 2014 elections.
After the Supreme Court's favorable ruling in the Hobby Lobby case, Democrats initially retaliated by announcing plans to circumvent the finding of the high court; however, there are indications that the White House may back down on the ObamaCare contraception mandate.
Christian leaders and pro-family organizations are sounding off over President Obama's July 21 executive order that requires all entities contracting with the federal government to extend workplace protections to LGBT individuals.
JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for July 21 - 27, 2014.
President Obama will sign an executive order on Monday forbidding both federal agencies and companies that contract with the federal government from discriminating against employees on the basis of sexual orientation or “gender identity,” White House officials told reporters Friday.
A federal appeals court ruled on July 18 that Oklahoma's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.