A man stood in protest near Hillsboro High School Monday morning holding a neon green poster board emblazoned with the words, “Girls right’s matter” [sic].
He was part of a 150-person walkout organized to object to a transgender student using the girl’s locker room, according to the Washington Post.
When a sheep doesn’t have someone to shear his wool, the wool keeps growing. When a sheep runs away from his flock and spends five or six years on the lam, he looks like this. More
He’s called “Britain’s worst boxer.” And when you lose 52 in a row, yeah, you probably deserve that title. More
I love my mom, but she’s incredibly needy. She still lives in the town I grew up in, in Connecticut, and I live a few hundred miles away, but sometimes she calls me multiple times a day. If I don’t pick up a couple times in a row, she lays a guilt trip on me. We were talking the other day, and she said she was thinking about moving closer to me. Honestly, the only thing that keeps our relationship intact is the sanity that those few hundred miles of distance gives me. What do I tell her? I’m not sure how serious she is about this “plan,” but even the thought of it is giving me heart palpitations.
Kim Davis, the Rowan County, Kentucky clerk who is refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses, will appear in court Thursday while a judge decides whether to hold her in contempt, a charge that could mean a fine and prison time.
While many have called out Davis since a video of her refusing to issue a marriage license to Rowan County residents David Moore and David Ermold went viral in July, relationship columnist and gay activist Dan Savage went a step further on MSNBC Tuesday night, saying that “this is about someone hypocritcally looking to cash in”. He added: “And she is a hypocrite.” More
Finishing a good book is bittersweet. And sometimes the bitter part can really bum you out.
Just ask this baby, who cries whenever his favorite book ends.
Fox and Friends host Elisabeth Hasselbeck has had enough of the Black Lives Matter movement.
A Monday morning Fox and Friends segment covered Black Lives Matter protesters chanting, “Fry ’em like bacon, pigs in a blanket,” at the Minnesota State Fair shortly after the shooting death of Texas Deputy Darren Goforth. During the segment, Hasselbeck asked guest Kevin Jackson why the movement hasn’t been labeled a hate group. More