Under H.B. 1557, only the most conservative parents will decide what everybody else’s kids will learn about sexual orientation or gender identity.
Plus: Supreme Court to rule on Catholic foster agencies, tech associations sue over social media law in Florida, and more…
Plus: Appeals court considers whether nonstop surveillance violate due process, Utah governor signs porn filter bill into law, and more...
Want the Government To 'Defend Families' From Porn? Child Protective Services Should Be a Cautionary Tale.
The new right naively thinks a government more empowered to "protect children" would be good for families. Nope.
The Fight Conservatives Are Having Over Theocracy and Classical Liberalism Obscures How Beaten Their Movement Is
The postwar era has been an endless series of rebukes to social conservatives—and a win for libertarians.
Neither feminists nor social conservatives have the right understanding
'Family Values' Republican Accused of Paying for Sex Also Voted to Raise Penalties for Paying for Sex
Last year, Utah's Jon E. Stanard voted to raise the penalty for soliciting prostitution to $2,500. And this year...
The paper says loosening rules "runs counter to the Trump administration's less-is-more credo about government meddling."
Flush this claim in the nearest men's, women's, or family restroom - along with stories of pervs being drawn to Target like flies shit.
The retailer is doing exactly what supporters of N.C.'s HB2 said they should do. Why are folks upset?
A closer look at the participants suggests a little more.
Cruz, Trump vie for anti-marriage vote in Iowa.
Cruz and Rubio rise as they focus on social conservatives.
There's a pretty bright line between being a fraud and being trans. Unless you're a conservative pundit.
Maggie Gallagher's Refusal to Attend Gay Weddings Shows Why Government Shouldn't Compel Service-Providers to Work Them
When you debate with words instead of government force, acceptance of gay marriage will win
The growing state, after all—not the atheist—is religion's biggest rival.
"In December 1955, Rosa Parks took a stand against an unjust societal persecution of black people, and in December 2013, Robertson took a stand against persecution of Christians"
Doesn't think it threatens moderate votes
Only one senator actually spoke against it
There's no good reason to be upset about people's efforts to control their sense of identity
Enough with the culture war