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Texas Cheerleaders God Ruling Okays Public Schools Endorsing Religion

Texas Cheerleaders God Ruling Okays Public Schools Endorsing Religion

The Texas cheerleaders God ruling on their Christian banners has the judge saying it’s okay for a publicly funded school to endorse a religion at least when it comes to high school football. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, a temporary Texas cheerleaders God ruling back in October of 2012 granted an injunction to the… Read more »

Minnesota House Passes Gay Marriage Bill

Minnesota House Passes Gay Marriage Bill

The Minnesota House passed a gay marriage bill on Thursday by a vote of 75-59. The vote was seen as a critical step for the bill, which could position the state as the 12th in the country to allow gay marriage — and the first in the Midwest. The bill would allow same-sex weddings starting… Read more »

Rape Comment Means End Of The Line For Another Republican

Rape Comment Spells Doom For Republican Celeste Greig

“Rape” and “Republican” have been two terms that have been mixed together with an uncomfortable frequency since the 2012 presidential election season. The first time came via Missouri Rep. Todd Akin, who blew a good chance at a US Senate seat when he “misspoke” about mixing the sex crime with pregnancy. In an August 2012… Read more »

Delaware Passes Gay Marriage Law

Delaware Gay Marriage Legal

Delaware passed a bill on Tuesday that paves the way for the state to become the 11th to allow gay marriage. The bill’s approval came after a lengthy debate in the state Senate, along with the surprise votes of two lawmakers. Governor Jack Markell signed the bill on the main stairs in the lobby of… Read more »