Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Boy George: I’d Still Play in Indiana

Openly gay pop singer Boy George stopped by Ora TV’s Larry King Now Wednesday, where he admitted that if given the opportunity, he would play a show in Indiana, despite calls to boycott the state over the newly adopted Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

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Rand Defends Indiana RFRA

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) defended Indiana’s RFRA law during an interview broadcast on Tuesday’s “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel. “I think what’s amazing to me is that it’s [RFRA] necessary…I think our Founders would be aghast that anyone would


‘Weekend Update’ Jokes About Hillary, Indiana

NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” made fun of Hillary Clinton and Indiana’s RFRA law during their “Weekend Update” segment. Cast member and “Update” co-host Colin Jost quipped that “even more alarming” than reports that Hillary Clinton used multiple devices for email


Memories Pizza Owners: We’ve Never Catered Any Weddings

Memories Pizza owners Kevin and Crystal O’Connor claimed their business has never catered a single wedding for anyone, gay or straight, on Thursday’s “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel. Both were asked if they’ve ever catered a wedding, to which both


Memories Pizzeria Co-Owner: ‘We Will Re-Open’

Crystal O’Connor, whose family owns Memories Pizzeria, in Walkerton, IN, vowed that the store will re-open despite the backlash it has faced on Thursday’s “Cavuto” on the Fox Business Network. “We have decided that we will re-open again” O’Connor declared, although


Hillary Clinton Opposes Religious Freedom Act Her Husband Signed

Though President Bill Clinton signed the nation’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) into law, his wife has denounced similar laws put forward in states such as Indiana and Arkansas, preferring instead to create an image of faith as subservient to the institutional left’s militant LGBT agenda.

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15 ‘Tolerant’ Celebrity Responses to Indiana Religious Freedom Law

Celebrities have flocked to Twitter to make their displeasure about Indiana’s new religious freedom law known. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed Senate Bill 101 into law last week, a law which prohibits state and federal government from limiting a person’s ability to exercise their religion. Critics on the left have argued that the bill is anti-gay.

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