Is there a connection to our high taxes, political corruption, pension debt, radical abortion expansion, LGBT indoctrination and many other foolish policies? We believe there is, and a recent abortion-related law may be partly to blame.
A three-person panel of commissioners from the 13-member Illinois Human Rights Commission (IHRC) has decided not to review the egregious decision of IHRC administrative law judge Michael Robinson in the discrimination complaint filed by homosexuals Todd and Mark Wathen against Christian bed and breakfast owner Jim Walder.
Posted in Illinois Politics, Religious Liberty, Sexuality
Tagged Bruce Rauner, Duke Alden, Illinois Human Rights Commission, Jason Craddock, Jesse White, Jim Walder, Mark Wathen, Michael Bakalis, Michael Robinson, Patricia Bakalis Yadgir, Terry Cosgrove, Timber Creek Bed & Breakfast, Todd and Mark Wathen, Todd Wathen
How did they vote?
The Illinois Senate moved quickly this afternoon to confirm Governor Patrick Quinn’s appointment of homosexual, anti-life activist Terry Cosgrove. By a vote of 30-25 with two voting present and two not voting, Cosgrove received the bare minimum number of votes to be confirmed to the Human Rights Commission.
To learn more, please make sure you read IFI’s Laurie Higgins’ article on this unbelievable controversy: Quinn Nominates Morally Bankrupt Activist to the Human Rights Commission
Take ACTION: Send an email or a fax to Governor Quinn to tell him how deeply offensive it is to know …
Imagine this: A 58-year-old man who has made deviant sexuality the cornerstone of his identity and who has dedicated his professional life to making sure that every woman is permitted by law to have her preborn baby killed has been nominated by Governor Quinn to sit on the “Human Rights Commission.”
After receiving thousands of dollars for his election campaign from openly homosexual, anti-life activist Terry Cosgrove, Quinn has nominated him to sit on the Illinois Human Rights Commission from which Cosgrove can promote even more cultural evil. In addition, many of the lawmakers who are voting on Cosgrove’s …