Tag: law

The Christian law school that wasn’t: Canadian Supreme Court rules against Trinity Western University

Today the Supreme Court of Canada ruled against Trinity Western University, a Christian liberal arts college which has been trying to establish a law school. From the legal brief: The Law Societies of British Columbia […]

Why we shouldn’t celebrate vigilante justice

Warning: the video contains graphic language.

Randall Margraves is the father of two daughters who were sexually assaulted by Larry Nassar, the convicted former U.S.A gymnastics doctor.

At his sentencing hearing this morning, Margraves asked the judge to speak. He then asked if he could have five minutes alone with Nassar. The judge said, “No sir,  I can’t do that.” He asked for one minute and the judge said, “You know I can’t do that, that’s not how our legal system…”

Man files complaint over restaurant offering discount to people with church bulletins. Have we lost our mind?

I heard about this story on the Mark Levin radio show.

A Pennsylvania man has filed a complaint against, Prudhomme’s Lost Cajun Kitchen a restaurant in Columbia, PA on the grounds that they discriminated against him when he noticed on the restaurant’s website that they offer a discount on Sundays to people who present a church bulletin.

According to the York Daily Record, John Wolff, who is a retired electrical engineer stated: “I did this not out of spite, but out of a feeling against the prevailing self-righteousness that stems from religion, particularly in Lancaster County.”