State Sues: Fed Rule against Felon Hiring Ban Endangers Public

At least one state has gone to court to fight the Obama administration’s preposterous new regulation limiting employers’ rights to ban hiring felons because it discriminates against minorities. It’s been an ongoing battle between a number of companies and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency that enforces the nation’s workplace discrimination, for […]

Walker signs bill barring workers from collecting damages for employment discrimination

ShareThis Walker signs bill barring workers from collecting damages for employment discrimination 06 Apr 2012 Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that prohibits workers from collecting damages in employment discrimination cases. Under current state law, employees who prevail in discrimination lawsuits can collect between $ 50,000 and $ 300,000 in compensatory and punitive […]

Marchers Protest Michigan Emergency Managers at Governor’s Home

ShareThis Marchers Protest Michigan Emergency Managers at Governor’s Home 16 Jan 2012 Timed to coincide with Martin Luther King Jr. Day, protesters in Michigan gathered Sunday to march against Republican Gov. Rick Snyder’s emergency managers dictators. Today, they targeted the governor’s home in Ann Arbor, calling the emergency manager law “racial discrimination,” WWJ Detroit reported. […]

Black Pastor Sues Obama & Democratic Party for Racism

I recently interviewed a man who is suing the Obama administration for racial discrimination–against white people. Normally I wouldn’t describe anyone by their skin color, but it’s interesting to note in this instance that the man filing the lawsuit is Black. Reverend Wayne Perryman began the lawsuit (case C11-1503) because he was fed up with […]

7th Day Adventists blocked from building church on own property

A Seventh-day Adventist group has filed a federal lawsuit against Prince George’s County for thwarting the congregation’s plans to move forward once again with building a church on its property. Reaching Hearts International Inc. has tangled with the county for eight years, winning a $3.7 million discrimination verdict in 2008, after the county first denied […]