Seattle: A coffee-shop owner denied service to a Christian group and ordered them out of his cafe, claiming they were intolerant of gay people. In August, 2015, a Christian baker was ordered by the Colorado Civil Rights Commission to provide a wedding cake for a gay couple against his will. The case is going to the Supreme Court this Fall. All eyes are on the Christians who were denied service to see if the law will be applied equally if they sue. [We are asked to think about whether or not the law should be applied equally, not about whether the law should be repealed. Wouldn’t it be refreshing if news sources would remind their readers that there is a third option: Get the government out of this issue completely, because it has no right to force anyone to sell anything to someone they don’t want to – and it makes no difference what their motives are. If we can be forced to sell something, we don’t own it. That’s inherent in the right to private property. If we grant government the power to force us to sell our property against our will, then there is lo limit to what we can be forced to do with it – or not to do with it. What we think about Christians or gays should have nothing to do with it.] -GEG
A Christian pro-life group that was recently ejected from a Seattle coffee shop over its local activism is attracting hundreds of thousands of Facebook views after footage of the encounter was posted online.
Members of Abolish Human Abortion recently decided to order drinks in Seattle’s Bedlam coffee shop after posting and distributing pro-life pamphlets in the local community. Activists who joined Caleb Head and Caytie Davis on Oct. 1 were soon berated and told the leave when they were identified.
“Are you going to tolerate it? Answer my f-ing question! No, you’re going to sit right here and f-ing watch it! […] Well then I don’t have to f-ing tolerate this! Leave! All of you. Tell all your f-ing friends, don’t f-ing come here.
A request by the activists to turn to Jesus was met with the response, “Yeah, I like a—. I’m not going to be saved by anything. I’d f- Christ in the a—. OK? He’s hot.”
The incident comes as the U.S. Supreme Court gears up to take the case of Jack Philliips, the Christian baker who was ordered by the the Colorado Civil Rights Commission to serve wedding cake to LGBT couples — or none at all.
Non-citizens can vote in San Francisco’s Board of Education elections after the city’s Department of Elections ruled to do away with citizenship requirements. Non-citizens seeking to vote in San Francisco’s Board of Education elections must be at least 18 years old and residents of the city, and must also be parents, caregivers or legal guardians of children under 19 years old who reside in the city. School boards determine property tax rates. Illegal immigrants can obtain driver’s licenses, state-paid medical insurance, receive in-state college tuition, and may practice law in California. […]
There were violent protests over the weekend in Chicago after police shot and killed a black man, Harith Augustus, 37, a barber who goes by the name ‘Snoop’, after he fled when they accused him of selling loose cigarettes. […]
During the Strzok hearing, it was revealed that former Inspector General Chuck McCullough discovered that nearly all of Hillary Clinton’s 30,000 emails on her homebrew server went to a foreign entity that isn’t Russia. Strzok ignored the revelation from McCullogh’s office. Four separate attempts were also made to notify DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz to brief him on the massive security breach, however Horowitz “never returned the call.” […]
The company is forecast to hit sales of $258.2 billion by the end of 2018, a roughly 30% increase from the previous year. Many people, including President Trump, object to Amazon’s advantages from tax loopholes, its special deal with the US Postal Service and hiring foreign workers instead of Americans to save money on labor. […]
There is more crime, especially murders, and people are getting away with those murders. Drug dealers now rule the streets. In 2014 there were 211 homicides, which rose in 2015 to 344 homicides, in 2016 there were 318, and last year there were 342 killings, which may suggest a correlation between the decrease in proactive policing and an an increase in homicides. […]
Alejandro Alvarez Villegas, who had been deported 11 times from the US, attacked his wife with a chainsaw in front of their three children. Villegas’ wife is suffering from serious injuries to her chest, and their children have been placed in protective custody. Villegas has a criminal history in the US that includes possession of a controlled substance and drunk driving. […]
Rosenstein’s indictment confirms that there were no Americans involved in either the hacking or the dissemination of the Democrats’ emails. The DNC has refused to allow an inspection of its servers. The timing of the announcement has led critics to believe that the deep state is trying to sabotage President Trump’s upcoming meeting with Russian President Putin. […]
Writer Veit Lindner advocates for replacing German people with foreigners to stop populism. The writer’s views are not that different from some German globalist politicians who promote ethnic Germans becoming a minority. […]
Zimbabwe purged whites from the land and then the farms died, creating mass starvation among the population. Recently, MP Joseph Tshuma was reported to have commented that his country cannot prosper without the involvement of the whites in its affairs and that no other country was capable of developing without the whites. […]
According to reports, an illegal alien, Israel Gonzalez Palomino, believed to be tied to the Sinaloa drug cartel gang, is accused of murdering a grandmother in front of her 13-year-old grandchild, who was then taken into the woods and her head was sawed off with a knife by the man’s cohort, Yoni Martinez Aguilar, 26, who was the live-in boyfriend of the grandmother, and also an illegal alien. […]
Nigel Farage, former head of the pro-Brexit UK Independent Party, said that Trump dropped a bombshell by criticizing UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s soft Brexit plan, stating that “this was not the Brexit that the people voted for.” Theresa May’s plan would make the UK subject to European court, lack of control over their own borders and it would make a trade deal between the UK and US virtually impossible. May faces being removed from office. […]
Strzok admitted that Bruce Ohr, a high-level DOJ official, married to Nellie Ohr who worked for Fusion GPS, served as a conduit between Fusion GPS, an opposition research firm, and the FBI. Fusion GPS had been hired and paid by the Hillary Clinton campaign. […]
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The court ruling was made on the basis of unequal treatment by the civil-rights commission, not on whether or not the state has the right to force someone to labor for another person if they choose not to do so. Based on the narrow wording of the court decision, it is likely that the next time there is a challenge of this kind, freedom-of-choice will not be defended. […]