Now that Sweden has banned referring to God in the masculine, the country's socialist party has announced a proposal to ban all religious schools.According to Catholic News Agency, the Social Democratic Party in Sweden has proposed "banning all religious schools (known as 'confessional schools') in the country, in what the party says is an attempt at better integration of students."The underlying argument put forth by the Social Democrats is that so-called "confessional schools" disrupt educational
**Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.**On the roster: Facebook’s failings start a stampede - I’ll Tell You What: Putin, politics and potty mouths - House GOP gets Trump’s backing on massive spending bill - Embarrassment, anger over leak of Trump’s Putin praise - Gotta catch them all FACEBOOK’S FAILINGS START A STAMPEDE Did you ever hear the Chinese parable about the farmer whose horse got out of the barn? His neighbors expressed
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[WARNING: This Article Contains Strong Language]March 21 is World Down Syndrome Day, which, according to the official website, is a day to “help raise awareness of what Down syndrome is, what it means to have Down syndrome, and how people with Down syndrome play a vital role in our lives and communities.”In August of 1997, actor John C. McGinley and his then-wife Lauren Lambert had a son, Max. The couple had eschewed an amniocentesis —
It's not a popular thing to defend Paul Manafort, the international influence peddler who ran Donald Trump's presidential campaign for a short time in 2016. Just search for "Manafort" and, say, "sleazeball," and see what comes up. But even bad guys have a case sometimes. And Manafort has a case in his lawsuit against Trump-Russia special counsel Robert Mueller.
One week ago, JPMorgan - which at the start of March warned that based on the recent "erratic behavior of
Cole Burston/BloombergAfter the tech sector’s high-flying performance in 2017, and several years of outperforming the S&P 500, there were some
Authored by Robert Bridge, op-ed via RT.com, Western society is flirting with a disturbing trend where people are being denied the
ShutterstockThe St. Louis Public Library in collaboration with the Missouri Humanities Council (MHC), the VA St. Louis Health Care System,
YouTube will begin a new crackdown on videos involving firearms. This week, the video-streaming platform said it will ban videos that
The deadly Uber crash in Arizona, the first known fatality involving an autonomous vehicle in the U.S., is a setback
Ex-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is investing $150 million into a distressed real-estate outfit and becoming its CEO.