Fox News contributor Marc Thiessen has claimed "anti-Catholic bigotry" is afoot, after a recent photo of Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Samuel Alito posing with a hate group leader sparked calls for the pair to recuse themselves in upcoming LGBT court cases.
Pastor Barry Baker of Gracewood Baptist Church told the couple their "unbiblical lifestyle" was against "God's original design."
Editorial choices by the Daily Mississippian, the campus paper at the University of Mississippi, suggest a bias against Christians and toward leftist views. That's not right.
"As long as bigotry influences the President's policies, I will continue to seek his impeachment," Rep. Al Green tweeted.
Democrats should express "maladjustment" toward bigotry in their own party—specifically the rising anti-Semitism and anti-Catholicism.
A meteorologist from an Ohio ABC affiliate station resigned from an LGBTQ journalist organization after referring to members of a California conference as "things and its."
It should be for each individual to choose whom to include and whom to exclude from his own voluntary relations.
"If isolating and boycotting Israel and embracing Putin's Russia is not bigotry, then the word has no meaning."
They want the government to "maintain and strengthen" the Office to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism and create a new office for domestic issues.
Conservatives are stuck not saying what they believe for fear of people understanding their bitter prejudices.