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Faith in Tim Tebow Regarding Tim Tebow's being cut by the New York Jets: Could it be that his lifestyle is a detriment to his being accepted as a football player? Could it be that the powers-that-be are so jealous of his clean-cut image and his stance...
Question: I have been renting an apartment to a man named Michael, who recently asked me to start calling him Michelle because, he says, he now identifies as a woman. He has also started wearing makeup and women's clothing. Both the name change and...
Tags: Rental Service, Rentals, Social Issues, Discrimination
While the broadcast networks are busy announcing new shows featuring the likes of Andy Samberg and Parker Posey, the big star this fall on PBS will be John F. Kennedy. On Thursday, the network announced its fall prime-time lineup for 2013. which will...
Tags: PBS (tv network), Entertainment, Television
At Harvard-Westlake, a private high school in the shadows of the Hollywood Hills, players from the basketball team heaped praise on the alumnus who this week became the first active NBA player to announce that he is gay. "We have a lot of pride in him,"...
Society is only beginning to understand transgender identity. For a young person who feels at odds with the physical gender that he or she sees in the mirror, there are major obstacles to be faced in the world at large, where acceptance is just about...
Is this the year Washington finally tackles immigration reform? The bipartisan "Gang of Eight" senators just released a proposal for "comprehensive immigration reform." But the "comprehensive immigration reform" on offer serves to legally deprive...
WESTMINSTER — A burgeoning relationship between a small Christian college in Costa Mesa and a public university in Iraq could help shape the Middle Eastern country's response to gender-based violence in its northern region. Over the span of 15...
I know a true hero, although he surely wouldn't call himself one. He is the son of a very close friend. He served in Iraq, and is now on duty in Afghanistan. And, like all the other American service people there, he volunteered to put his life on the...
Tags: Fenway Park, Social Issues, Heroism, Same-Sex Marriage, Sports
An Orland Park-based janitorial company accused of discriminating against Hispanic employees will pay a total of $360,000 in the case, according to a settlement filed in federal court. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in a federal...
As we recently celebrated the 45th anniversary of the federal Fair Housing Act, it is significant to note that the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. metropolitan regions are among the most segregated in America. Last month, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil...
Terrorism insurance I respectfully disagree with several points in "Insuring against terror; The law is about to lapse; Congress should let it" (Editorial, April 25). The Terrorism Risk Insurance Program provides much needed economic stability and...
On April 22, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed into law the final piece of that state’s six-year effort in to rewrite their current laws using gender-neutral vocabulary, replacing terms such as "fisherman" and "freshman" with "fisher" and "first-...
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