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California: Judge Delivers Huge Win To Christian Bakers Being Forced To ‘Bake The Cake’

  Judge Rules Bakeshop Owner Doesn’t Have To Bake Wedding Cake For Gay Couple Grace Carr Reporter A California judge ruled Monday the state couldn’t force a cake shop owner to bake a cake for a gay couple’s wedding, ruling that doing so would constitute a violation of free speech. Superior Court Judge David Lampe denied the State of California’s request for a preliminary injunction that sought to force bakeshop owner Cathy Miller to design a wedding cake for a gay couple. “For this court to force such compliance wouldRead More

Columbus Day Is Now Indigenous Peoples’ Day In San Francisco

  Columbus Day Now Indigenous Peoples’ Day In San Francisco David Krayden Ottawa Bureau Chief San Francisco is the latest city to turn its back on explorer Christopher Columbus. As Fox News reports, the city’s board of supervisors voted 10-1 on Tuesday to rename Columbus Day as Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Proponents of the change argue that Columbus did not discover America because native peoples were already living on the continent. Board member Malia Cohen spearheaded the proposal that passed by a 10-1 margin. The only voice of dissent came fromRead More

Anti-Political Correctness Professor Suing New York University Speaks Out [VIDEO]

  EXCLUSIVE: Anti-PC Professor Suing NYU Speaks Out Patrick Granger Contributor Michael Rectenwald — the PC-bashing, “deplorable” New York University professor behind the Twitter handle @antipcnyuprof — is suing NYU and four of his colleagues for defamation, alleging that he was subjected to a campaign of ostracism and harassment when he criticized campus political correctness. Rectenwald’s suit, filed in Manhattan Supreme Court on Friday, alleges that current and former NYU faculty members used official email distribution lists to defame him in May of 2017, calling him a “right-wing misogynist,” anRead More

California Man Facing Criminal Charges Over Five Facebook Comments

California Prosecutes Man For Posting Anti-Muslim Messages On Facebook Anders Hagstrom Justice Reporter California has leveled misdemeanor charges against 41-year-old Mark Feigin after he sent five anti-Muslim posts to the Islamic Center of Southern California’s (ICSC) Facebook page in 2016. The California Attorney General’s office argues that his comments constituted “repeated contact by means of an electronic communication device” with “intent to annoy or harass,” a misdemeanor under California law, Reason.com reported Friday. California courts are scheduled to begin the trial Jan. 2, according to court records. Feigin admitted inRead More

Tucker’s List Of The Left’s 100 ‘Racist’ Things Will Have You Rolling On The Floor Laughing

  Tucker Carlson Shares Hilarious List Of 100 ‘Racist’ Things Amber Athey Media Reporter Fox News’ Tucker Carlson tweeted out Friday a hilarious list of 100 things people have deemed “racist” this year, and some of the entries are just unbelievable. The Daily Caller founder geared up for the list by telling his followers that “we live in revolutionary times” and that some “wild things” happened in the past year. Carlson gave each “racist” item its own separate tweet, and while the list is worth reading in its entirety, we’veRead More