Bobby Jindal takes up the cause of religious liberty

    Bobby Jindal takes up the cause of religious liberty

    Despite Mike Pence and Asa Hutchinson folding like cheap suits, not everyone has given up on the cause of religious freedom. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is hitting the problem head on. A bill called the Marriage and Conscience Act is now working its way through the Louisiana legislature and Jindal has said he will sign it. This bill is a significant and welcome departure from | Read More »

    @AsaHutchinson assumes fetal position

    @AsaHutchinson assumes fetal position

    I posted earlier today about the Arkansas legislature voting overwhelmingly for a state version of the RFRA, a law that would permit people of faith to live their faith publicly. Governor Asa Hutchinson (@AsaHutchinson) has said he won’t sign the current bill. Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Wednesday he would not sign the Religious Freedom Restoration Act passed by the Republican legislature Tuesday as it’s | Read More »

    Arkansas passes a state RFRA

    Arkansas passes a state RFRA

    Mike Pence is a happy man this morning. He can stop backing and filling in the hopes of placating the militant homosexual lobby and their pathetic fanbois in the media and let Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson take some heat. Arkansas passed a religious freedom bill on Tuesday that is similar to an Indiana law that has faced national backlash for legalizing discrimination against lesbian, gay, | Read More »

    Arkansas hands Western Civilization a small victory

    Arkansas hands Western Civilization a small victory

    As Erick has documented over and over in his chronicling of the “you will be made to care” trend in American culture, homosexual activists have successfully pressed their case for special rights in a number of jurisdictions. They have succeed in making their sexual proclivity a legally protected class, something that is awarded to no other behavior in America.Everywhere these bizarre little laws are put | Read More »