The adjunct professor and LDS member says the Mormon university objected to a pro-queer Facebook post.
Just 18 months after “The Force Awakens.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been edited out of at least two forthcoming Kremlin-themed spy thrillers, over fears of possible hacking in retaliation.
Democrats like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., often decry Republican policy proposals as “unfair” or as catering exclusively to the… Read More
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The Supreme Court gave the Trump administration a partial victory on Wednesday, permitting it to enforce the temporary refugee ban announced in Executive Order 13780.
Fox News, by Brooke Singman Posted By: KarenJ1- Wed, 19 56 2017 07:56:27 GMT The United States Postal Service violated federal law by letting employees do union’funded work for Hillary Clinton´s campaign and other Democratic candidates while on leave from the agency, according to an Office of Special Counsel report obtained by Fox News. The OSC determined the USPS “engaged in systemic violations” of the Hatch Act, a federal law that limits certain political activities of federal employees. While employees are allowed to do some political work on leave, the report said the Postal Service showed a “bias” favoring the union´s 2016 campaign operation. The investigation was launched months ago after Senate Committee on
PJ Media, by Bridget Johnson Posted By: Lalo- Wed, 19 02 2017 08:02:40 GMT WASHINGTON ” After declaring Tuesday that the Senate Republican healthcare bill, which couldn´t muster enough support from within the party to advance to the floor, was kaput and Obamacare should just be left to wither and die, President Trump this morning promised a better healthcare bill “by lunchtime.” Trump, who celebrated with House Republicans in the Rose Garden after the lower chamber passed its version of repeal’and’replace, hosted dinner for several Senate Republicans at the White House on Monday evening when Sens. Mike Lee (R’Utah) and Jerry Moran (R’Kan.), who did not attend the dinner, announced their opposition to the