“I’m offended!”: America’s Struggle with Political Correctness

“I’m offended.” “You’ve hurt my feelings.” vs. “America is a nation of cry babies.” “Everyone is too politically correct.” These phrases are familiar to all of us in America in modern times. We seem to be fighting a war over what should be the limit of respecting other people’s feelings. There are many facets to this … More “I’m offended!”: America’s Struggle with Political Correctness

“Contempt”: KY Clerk Ordered To Jail for Denying Homosexuals Marriage Licenses

Often times, religion and law collide in the messiest of ways. Values begin to be weighted against each other in order to prioritize them. Is personal religious freedom more important than having a religiously impartial government? Can the two exist together? At what point can the government be considered as limiting the religious freedom of … More “Contempt”: KY Clerk Ordered To Jail for Denying Homosexuals Marriage Licenses