Reply to: Right-Wing Megadonors Are Financing Media Operations to Promote Their Ideologies
Council on American-Islamic Relations has a pattern of discriminating against and mistreating their own employees, especially #women. There are issues of religious discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, hostile work environment, union busting, financial mismanagement (including losing their 501c3 status and questions around international funding through their Washington Trust Foundation), lack of board oversight, board #incompetence, and other serious issues at CAIR. Donor funds are directly going to pay for attorneys to suppress, silence, and intimidate those who have been treated unjustly. There are many people who have been directly harmed by CAIR. The CAIR Sexism Documentation Project currently has 35 members, mostly women, who share their experiences of facing discrimination, and other abuses, by CAIR. https://www.facebook.com/groups/2228298364100050/ There were several lawsuits in 2019 by former employees/board members. Employment discrimination lawsuit filed
Reply to: Right-Wing PragerU Triples Revenue in Two Years
David Prager is not his brother. It's his son. And that number isn't even true. Do you idiots fact check when you write this nonsense?
Reply to: Australia, your country is burning - dangerous climate change is here with you now
Australia has a long history of droughts . Some of the worst were before the Europeons arrived according to research . The data reveals that despite the severity of the Millennium Drought, the five worst single years of drought happened before 1900. But 2011 was the wettest year in a 513-year record.
Reply to: Gerrymandering, Elections, School Privatization, and More on the Agenda as ALEC meets in Arizona
One of the most slanted, tainted so-called "news articles" I've ever read....
Reply to: ALEC to Host “Free Speech Dinner” with Anti-LGBT Group in Arizona
We actually have 10 state chairs and many more awaiting confirmation. We tend to agree with the first Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court John Jay, ""Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers, and it is the duty, as well as the privilege and interest of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers." (source: http://www.cnn.com/2010/OPINION/08/28/knight.beck.bunch/index.html) Sen. Jason Rapert, President www.christianlawmakers.com