Saturday, April 20, 2019

Show-Me Senator Josh Hawley Threatening To Cut Yale Funding Over Faith-Based Feud

Far, far away from the vast majority of his broke-ass constituents . . . On the topic of religious freedom and alleged discrimination against Christians at one of the most prestigious schools in the nation, the freshman Senator from Missouri shakes his fist at Ivy League colleagues. Take a look:

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) called for Yale’s federal funding to be yanked.

Hawley said the policy as Yale first announced it “targets religious students for special disfavor,” leaving students who are burdened with debt unable to use the school’s loan repayment program if they choose to work for some faith-based organizations. “Depriving a student of resources available to everybody else because of her religion isn’t just wrong,” Hawley said. “For schools receiving federal funds, it’s illegal.”

Hawley said Yale had suggested it may drop or change the policy. “If it does not, the federal government should strip funding from Yale under appropriate statutes and review Yale’s tax-exempt status,” the senator from Missouri said.

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A Yale Law School policy was meant to protect LGBTQ students. Other saw anti-Christian bias. Controversy ensued.

April 19 at 12:00 PM A Yale Law School policy has sparked a heated controversy, with some condemning the rule as discriminating against Christian groups while others praise it for protecting the school's gay and transgender students.

12 comments:

Protect Tax Dollar Spending said...

Federal funding to all colleges should be stopped.

Anonymous said...


Give me a break Yale Harvard and yes our little piss college UMKC are all against Christianity! Funding needs to be stopped, they are indoctrinating students with their crap and half of those students don't even know simple history, it's pathetic. I worked with one UMKC student who couldn't even count change back to a customer.

Anonymous said...

Homosexuals think they are entitled. They need to undergo conversion therapy to become normal. Faggotry is a sin.

Anonymous said...

So is shaving if you follow every instruction of the Old Testament.
There's also something in there about "Judge Not, Lest Ye Be Judged".

Byron Funkhouser said...

So if you support gay students' right not be beaten up, you are anti-Christian?

This anti-gay agenda that some Christians are adopting only shows that their religion is immoral.

Anonymous said...

^^Shut Up you idiot. You Socalists Nazi's are some of the worlds worst people.

Traffic LIght said...

The LGBTQ-BLT-BBQ-ROTFLMAO-OMG-LOL complain about everything as well a demanding everything. Perfect example of a special interest group that has gone wild. A new TV show needs to be made which should be named, "LGBTQ-BLT-BBQ-ROTFLMAO-OMG-LOL gone wild."

Anonymous said...

Ok, I’m immoral. But not as immoral as a faggot that’s sucks cock and gets buttfucked every day. Besides, you’re a retard, Byron. What you think and spout off about is irrelevant.

Anonymous said...

How 'bout every other day? Would that work for ya?

Anonymous said...

"Give me a break Yale Harvard and yes our little piss college UMKC are all against Christianity! Funding needs to be stopped, they are indoctrinating students with their crap and half of those students don't even know simple history, it's pathetic."

They're probably more in favor of looking at Christianity and other religions from an objective historical perspective. I doubt they indoctrinate students. That's what we have churches for.

Anonymous said...

until Rachel McKinnon knocks it off, i can not take this seriously.

Anonymous said...

Transgender athletes have been allowed to compete in the Olympics since 2004 but under the requirement they had undergone gender confirmation surgery and been on hormone therapy for two years.

In 2015, these rules were relaxed to remove the need for surgery and the athletes must have a testosterone level below a certain limit for at least 12 months prior to their first competition.

ALL OF IT RIDICULOUS