Last week, the chairman of the San Diego Chargers Dean Spanos announced that his team will be relocating to Los Angeles. The unapologetic Spanos gave the following statement to ESPN during a phone interview: “I spent half my life [in San Diego]. I leave behind a lot of friends and lot of great memories, but life goes on. There are always a lot of changes in life, and we know this is not going to be easy. But we made a decision, we’re committed to it, and our family is 100 percent behind it. What’s happened has happened.” The...Read More
Author: Jake Goldberg
Earlier this week, Kentucky State Rep. Wesley Morgan introduced two very important bills before his state’s legislature. The first bill seeks to protect the due process rights of college students who are in campus disciplinary proceedings. The second bill seeks to preserve free speech rights for all college students on their campuses. At a time when these two civil liberties are slowly eroding on college campuses, the passage of these two bills would go a long way toward defending student rights within at least one of America’s states. Kentucky House Bill 126 Kentucky HB 126, also known as the Student and...Read More
Yesterday, all across America, individuals celebrated the Christmas holiday with gifts, relatives, and festive family meals. However, sadly, not all Christians had the luxury of enjoying their holiday in the same way American Christians can. All around the world Christians are being persecuted. A Merry Christmas Around the World? In Germany, Christian shoppers at an outdoor Christmas market in Berlin were attacked by a 24-year-old Tunisian migrant. In Pakistan, Christians face violent attacks. In France, the Netherlands, and Canada, churches are being publicly targeted by ISIS sympathizers. In a letter to churches around the world, the Archbishop of Canterbury wrote the following statement in his Christmas...Read More
When Donald Trump assumes the presidency in January, Congress will have a lot on its to-do list. Confirmations for positions within Executive Agencies will take place. Voting on Supreme Court nominations will take place. Most importantly, the Senate will vote on H.R. 4919 (Kevin and Avonte’s Law). Earlier this year, Representative Christopher Smith (R., N.J.) introduced this bill. Several weeks later, the House passed the bill. H.R. 4919 tallies at only 21 pages, but one should not let its small size diminish its possible massive impact. Kevin and Avonte’s Law: History As Ali Meyer reports in the Washington Free Beacon, “in 2008, Kevin...Read More
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