In May, the Obama administration reached an agreement with the University of Montana after the Department of Justice investigated it for improperly handling “sexual harassment” cases. Yet it appears the measures put forward in the agreement may make matters worse instead of better.
In addition to pushing to redefine marriage in different states around the country, homosexual activists have spent the last year or two pushing for censorship of free speech under the guise of “anti-bullying” campaigns.
The timing of the National Day of Prayer with the events of this week couldn’t be more appropriate if one would have planned it that way.
You may have been surprised to learn about the 10 East Texas churches burned down by arsonists since the beginning of the year. In fact, maybe this is the first you’ve heard of it. That’s almost two per week, and the mainstream media was largely silent on the whole matter—not giving it much coverage until two men were arrested.
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