In April, Pride London Festival announced officers would be barred from the parade, unless they chose to ditch the uniforms and marked cruisers. The decision was made in order to ensure members of the Indigenous community and people of colour would feel at ease during the parade.
People who don’t feel ‘at ease’ around the police are usually criminals.
Carter was interviewed Saturday by HuffPost Live. He has recently released a book titled, “A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety.”
A Court of Queen’s Bench judge in the city of Medicine Hat is hearing 25 faith-based schools and others’ case against Bill 24, The Canadian Press reports. The plaintiffs want enforcement of the law delayed until its constitutionality is decided.
Last year, Alberta education minister David Eggen led the effort to pass Bill 24, which forbids schools from telling parents if their children have joined GSAs without the child’s consent, even children as young as kindergarten.
At the state level, Texas has been fairly reliable in terms of cooperation between immigration enforcement and state or local police. The passage of SB4 went a long way in ensuring that ICE would have the traditional levels of cooperation from police when it comes to identifying and detaining illegal aliens who wind up being arrested for other crimes. But the Lone Star State isn’t homogeneous in that regard, with pockets of resistance popping up here and there. One of those places is Austin, which this month decided that simply being a sanctuary city wasn’t good enough for them. No, they’re now declaring themselves to be a “freedom city.”
Toronto police have issued a Canada-wide warrant on charges of inciting hatred for a Christian who handed out flyers at the 2016 Toronto Pride Parade warning of the spiritual and biological dangers of sodomy.
The new rules imposed include, no looking at anyone for longer than five seconds, no lingering hugs, no flirting and no asking for a colleague’s phone number.
The nation isn’t even halfway through Pride Month which seems to coincide with the virtue signaling Olympics.
Sweden is yet another one in a string of countries to set its heart on battling sexist advertisements, thus busting what campaigners bill as “upsetting” beauty stereotypes.
As if you needed one more reason to avoid Target after they decided men can use their women’s bathrooms and changing areas, they’ve doubled down on the feel-good virtue-signaling cause du jour that is Pride Month. Yes, it’s that wonderful time of year when your Main Street is overrun with floating dildos and guys wearing half-pants and walking other men on leashes to prove that the gay community is
just like us proud of themselves or something.
In a pair of 7-2 rulings (here and here), the court ruled that it was “proportionate and reasonable” for the law societies of British Columbia and Ontario to refuse accreditation to future Trinity Western University students because the proposed Christian law school’s “community covenant” would discriminate against LGBTQ people.
Law societies refused to accredit school over ‘discriminatory’ covenant barring same-sex relations.
One of the world’s leading tech developers, Google, says it will no longer develop artificial intelligence programmes for the military once the current contract expires. This comes on the heels of internal resignations over military work along with a protest letter from other employees.
Nothing in life is free, including cultural Marxism.
Who said liberal celebrities don’t have valid opinions? Well, actually actress Jody Foster did and then proceeded to say she would like to see a world where humans are disarmed and robots have all of the guns. I don’t think anyone in Hollywood has a good take on the 2nd Amendment, but this is easily the worst. If our Founding Fathers could not have imagined modern weaponry, as liberals claim, then they sure as hell weren’t thinking about the possibility of killer robots.
“It gives people an opportunity to have this added digital layer to the world around them,” said project lead Jason Harley, an associate professor of educational psychology, as he sat near the gazebo in Dr. Wilbert McIntyre Park on Saturday.