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Nov 16 2023
Freedom to express one’s religion has increasingly become a hot-button issue in America as the nation backslides in its general belief in God. Tattnall County High School in Georgia relieved Isaac Ferrell of his duties as head football coach. The coach’s faith expression is in question after he was dismissed from his position — weeks after holding a baptism for his players. The school’sOutKick
Nov 17 2023
A high school football coach in Georgia was fired after hosting an outdoor baptism ceremony for 20 players. Isaac Ferrell, who still teaches in the district, was fired as the head coach from the Tattnall County High School after the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) complained about the Christian ceremony. A viral video celebrating the Oct. 23 event shows Gary Few, a pastor, baptizingNewsmax (News)
Nov 12 2023
‘There is a better way to manage the challenges of existence than either Islam or unbelief’ Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a global women’s rights activist and outspoken critic of Islam, is now openly professing her faith in Christianity. Hirsi Ali, who at one point in her life considered herself a member of the Muslim Brotherhood and also suffered female genital mutilation and a forced marriage at theThe College Fix
Nov 13 2023
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WLUC) - U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Michigan Mark Totten announced Monday that Seann Pietila, 19, of Pickford, Mich., plead guilty to a federal charge for violent threats he made online. According to a press release from U.S. Attorney Trotten, Pietila admitted sending multiple messages on Instagram about planning to commit a mass shooting targeting JewishUpper Michigans Source
Nov 07 2023
Lawsuit filed against The Lord’s Ranch youth facility in central Arkansas, claiming staff member sexually abused its children
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Attorneys in Little Rock and Chicago have filed a lawsuit against a former Arkansas facility for troubled children, claiming one of its then-staff members sexually abused its children. Romanucci & Blandin and Gillispie Law Firm filed the lawsuit against The Lord’s Ranch in federal court Monday, naming Emmett A Presley as its prime defendant. “These were the perfectKARK
Dec 07 2023
This is a perspective from authors with a Lean Right bias, Center bias, and Left bias.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the most polarizing and complex geopolitical issues since the Second World War.
There have been protests for both sides in almost every major country, resulting in many altercations between pro-Palestinian and pro-Israeli protestors. AsMultiple Writers - Mixed
Dec 07 2023
Should school boards and states implement voucher programs for education?
Explore all perspectives, stances, and arguments for and against voucher programs with AllStances by AllSides.
States Should Implement Education Vouchers
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Oct 16 2023
Wadea Al-Fayoume and his mother were living thousands of miles away from the latest violence raging through the Middle East, but authorities said they still paid the price because of their ethnicity and religion. It didn’t matter that Wadea was only 6. Joseph Czuba allegedly found the Palestinian American boy so threatening, he stabbed him 26 times. Wadea’s mother survived Saturday’s attack inChicago Sun-Times
Oct 15 2023
Esmée Silverman, 21, is a junior at Reed College in Portland, Ore., studying religion “to help bridge the divide between the trans community and religious communities.” They run a nonprofit called Queer Youth Assemble in their free time to foster community with other queer youth. Silverman, who attended high school in Massachusetts, shared their coming-out story and how important communityEducation Week
Oct 15 2023
PLAINFIELD TOWNSHIP, IL — A 6-year-old boy was killed after the child and a woman were stabbed dozens of times when their landlord attacked them because of their religion, according to police. Joseph M. Czuba, 71, of Plainfield, is charged with first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, two counts of committing a hate crime and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon in connectionPatch.com