The Virginia Supreme Court affirmed a lower court’s decision on Monday to reinstate Loudoun County Public Schools teacher Tanner Cross.
In American society, Pride is no longer a cardinal sin — the root of all sins. In 2021, it’s an industry. Step aside, gay parade: June is now the month to celebrate this new complex.
Bowing to left-wing pressure, the Department of Justice will not even commit to defending religious colleges from a lawsuit that would force them to act contrary to their beliefs about sex and gender.
To the Loudouners, this is about more than just children being taught a certain terminology. It’s about two fundamentally different visions of America.
Those pushing back against gender lies aren’t just backed up by their faith, but the informed support of some of the world’s leading scientists.
In a victory for free speech and academic freedom, a judge just ruled that Loudoun County teacher Byron “Tanner” Cross must be reinstated to his job.
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