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University hit with lawsuit after ordering campus religious group to get permit

A Christian student group is suing North Carolina State University over a policy they say requires members to get a permit to talk to their classmates about Jesus. Grace Christian Life, a religious student group long recognized by the 35,000-student school in Raleigh, claimed in a federal suit that school officials barred members last September

Want to talk about Jesus? You’ll need a permit for that at NC State

Todd Starnes, A permit is required before students can talk about Jesus at North Carolina State University, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court. Grace Christian Life, a registered student group at NC State, filed suit over a policy requiring a permit for any kind of student speech or communication anywhere on campus –

Did Professor Advocate Censorship of Conservative Student Newspaper?

Todd Starnes  University of Minnesota at Morris biology professor Dr. Paul Zachary Myers doesn’t like young Republicans. In fact, he called them “a**holes.” “That’s what they are,” Myers told me in a telephone interview on Friday. “I think they’ve amply demonstrated it is accurate.” And he also doesn’t like The Morris North Star, a conservative

What Would the Framers Think of Evicting Churches from NYC Schools?

Jerry Newcombe A new court ruling has determined that churches can no longer rent public school facilities. Writing for Facts & Trends (4/3/14), Bob Smietana observes, “The 2-1 ruling from the Second Circuit Court is the latest twist in a long-running legal battle between the Bronx Household of Faith and the Board of Education of

Large die-off of Alaska seabirds from disease never found before in state history

Official: It’s super, super common… except it’s first time — Hundreds dead per km²; Continued to wash ashore — ‘Relatively’ natural; Witness: Head flopped backward, appeared to have seizure, then dropped dead (AUDIO) Anchorage Daily News: Hundreds of dead sea birds found on the beaches of St. Lawrence Island were the victims of Alaska’s first