Social Justice

Pope Forbids Priests and Nuns from Porn

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The Pope has said even priests and nuns give into temptation and watch online pornography. Francis, responding to a question in the Vatican, said: “It is a vice that has so many people, so many lay people, so many lay women and also priests and nuns. The devil enters from […]

Social Justice

Iran’s Women Continue Protests

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The death of a young Iranian woman in police custody sparked what activists are now calling an “uprising,” against which Iranian authorities are using methods of abuse perfected over the past four decades to silence dissent. The women of Iran have emerged as the dominant force in the protests, and […]

Politics , Social Justice

Judge Rules in Same-Sex Wedding Cake Case

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A California judge has ruled in favor of a bakery owner who refused to make wedding cakes for a same-sex couple because it violated her Christian beliefs. The state Department of Fair Housing and Employment had sued Tastries Bakery in Bakersfield, arguing owner Cathy Miller intentionally discriminated against the couple […]

Social Justice

Elderly Civil Rights Icon Stabbed While Walking Dog

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A 91-year-old civil rights and education activist was stabbed multiple times while walking her dog in Boston’s Franklin Park on Tuesday night. Emergency crews responding to Playstead Road within the park around 8:30 p.m. found the elderly woman suffering from apparent stab wounds, according to the Boston Police Department. The […]

Social Justice

Voters Decide if Hotels Must House the Homeless

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Los Angeles voters will cast their ballot on a proposal that could force hotels to house the homeless, a policy that has many hotel owners concerned about how it will impact public safety.  President of the Northeast Los Angeles Hotel Owners Association Ray Patel joined “Fox & Friends Weekend,” Sunday, […]