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Satanists gathered to insist the Arkansas government either takes down the Ten Commandments monument—which they say violates their freedom of religion—or displays their Baphomet statue to ensure equality amongst religions. The Satanic Temple said it plans to sue the state for religious discrimination.
“The Democratic Party cannot be seen as the party of Nancy Pelosi and win in November,” they write.
“I think there would be lots of challenges if we would do the whole square. It is a thoroughfare for cars, vehicles and commercial deliveries going through London,” he said. “So it’s possible to have a designed solution … in keeping our buildings and people as safe as we can do. And also not losing what is so wonderful about our city that is a vibrant democracy, people can walk around safely.”
“I’m virtually certain if it was a Donald Trump-related question you’d get like 10 percent that would be like ‘Donald Trump has the power to do whatever he wants—like kill my grandparents,'” Heilemann asserted.
Gender-neutral restrooms are making their way into elementary schools.
“We launched an extensive web search that took us at least a few minutes and we could only find one photo in all the land of Trump with a dog.” Williams said.
According to Hildebrand, Ness of Social Distortion begins yelling at him, and then “takes his guitar off, jumps off the stage and proceeds to punch me multiple times in the head.”
Phillips, along with the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), are suing the Colorado Civil Rights Commission (CCRC) for what they claim is a continued attack on his religious beliefs, even after he won the famous Masterpiece v. Colorado ruling from the Supreme Court.
"It is not a disconnected fact – to address this t-shirt of 1973 – that American women entering the labor force from 1973 to 2009 added three and a half trillion dollars to our economy,” she claimed.
When CBS asked 2,000+ women if they identify as feminist, only 46 percent of women age 18-35 said yes. The perception of feminism is even worse amongst the older crowd, with 34 percent of women over 35 identifying with the label.