Author: Corinne Murdock

Japan Court Rules Gay Marriage Not Protected By Constitution, Says Marriage Is For Bearing And Raising Children

Much to the disappointment of LGBTQ+ activists amid Pride Month, a Japanese court ruled this week that Japan’s same-sex marriage ban didn’t violate its constitution. Judge Doi Fumi of the Osaka District Court determined on Monday that Article 24 of Japan’s Constitution didn’t confer protections on gay marriage. The plaintiffs were three same-sex couples, two …

Illegal Immigrant Gets Time Served for 2015 Killing of Kate Steinle

On Monday, the illegal immigrant acquitted for the 2015 murder of 32-year-old Californian Kate Steinle was sentenced to the seven years’ jail time he’d already served. The illegal immigrant, Jose Inez Garcia-Zarate, was found guilty of illegal possession of a firearm. That charge carried a maximum 10-year sentence and three years of supervised release. He will be sent …

Migrant Drowned Attempting To Cross Rio Grande River Into Texas, National Guard Ordered Not To Intervene

A 38-year-old Nicaraguan migrant reportedly drowned while attempting to illegally cross the Rio Grande River along the Texas border on Sunday despite the National Guard being present. Fox News correspondent Bryan Llenas posted video of the drowning on social media on Monday. Migrants on the river bank were shouting at two men in the water: …

Ohio Woman Charged For Stabbing Man at Urinal

An Ohio woman was arrested Friday for allegedly entering a men’s bathroom and stabbing a man using a urinal. According to the report obtained by ABC News affiliate WTVG, the victim, a man in his mid-forties, didn’t recognize the woman.  “[The victim was] attempting to urinate when an unknown female entered the restroom behind him …

Mexican Authorities Witnessed Trying To Stop Migrants In Unusual Sight

In an unprecedented turn of events, Mexican authorities were witnessed this week attempting to prevent migrants from crossing illegally into the United States.  In video footage captured by Fox News, Mexican authorities wearing bright orange vests were chasing, tackling, and grabbing migrants attempting to cross the Rio Grande River into Texas. “Today was the first …

Arizona Bill Would Block Banks From Discriminating Against Firearms Industry

Arizona banks may soon be barred from discriminating against businesses in the firearms industry. Under a new bill, HB2473, banks would be prohibited from receiving government contracts if they don’t pledge to avoid discriminating against those in the firearms industry. The legislation would not impact existing contracts.  “Businesses can do what they like, but these …

‘It Was My Son’: Texas Mom Won’t Be Charged After Aborting Baby Against Father’s Wishes

A Texas mom accused of performing an abortion on herself against the wishes of the child’s father and was reported to authorities when she sought treatment at a hospital won’t face criminal charges. Lizelle Herrera, 26, was arrested in Rio Grande City, Texas, April 7 after the Starr County District Attorney’s Office initially indicted her …

‘Even the Chaplain Was Denied’: Air Force Reserves Refusing Religious Exemptions For COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Over 120 airmen at March Air Reserve Base (MARB), including their chaplain, have been denied religious exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, according to an MARB public information officer. The Air Force recognizes chaplains as one of the most important individuals in determining religious exemptions. Air Education and Training Command Public Affairs Captain Allison Kirk …