Reports about divorce case filed by rapper Maurice Williams to alleged wife pop artist Iggy Azalea pointed out to the couple's past visit at a medical clinic.
According to a report from TMZ, a doctor recalls that during Azalea's visit to the clinic, the Australian rap artist referred to her companion Williams as her husband.
"Hefe Wine a.k.a Maurice Williams filed a declaration from a doctor in their 'divorce' in which the doc says in 2008 he saw Iggy and Hefe in his clinic and says they left an impression on him because 'she was a white Australian female and he was a taller black man,'" the media outlet revealed. more >>
In a strange case, a judge has issued a no-contact order against NASCAR driver Kurt Busch, who believes that his ex-girlfriend is a trained killer. In an incident last year during the over Racing weekend Busch allegedly injured his ex-girlfriend leading to a police investigation and the no-contact order. Further details will be released this week.
This incident has grown larger than life in the wake of the NFL's mishandling of the Ray Rice incident and the wild allegations made in court by Busch and his attorneys.
"Good until 2016, says Busch has to stay 100 yards away from Driscoll, her home and workplace," Jayski.com reported. "At NASCAR races he has to maintain the maximum 'practicable' distance from her and not attempt to contact her." more >>
A traditional marriage group has called upon Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to recuse herself from a case regarding the constitutionality of state-level gay marriage bans.
The National Organization for Marriage demanded that Ginsburg recuse herself from Obergefell vs. Hodges due to recent comments that appeared to indicate she had already decided how she would rule even though the Court has not heard the arguments from either side.
After his recent parental custody hearing was postponed for an additional six weeks, the devout Christian father of seven Arkansas homeschool students, who were removed from their home by state and local authorities last month, is claiming that his family is a victim of "Christian persecution."
Although Hal and Michelle Stanley were under the impression that their seven children would be returned home after a Feb. 12 court hearing, they were frustrated to learn that their hearing was postponed until March 23.
Even though the children have already been in state custody for over a month, 73-year-old Hal Stanley told The Christian Post that he was not given any reason for why their court date was pushed back. more >>
The unthinkable may be near at hand: homosexuality as a "civil right." It's a complete lie, but the signs point to the U.S. Supreme Court granting constitutional-rights status to same-sex "marriage," and if that happens, homosexual behavior is likely then to become a civil right under U.S. law.
Will our elected representatives prevent this next step from taking place?
Here's how this may occur. Assuming the states' rights instructions of the Constitution don't stop the liberal majority on the high court, and they move on to the equal protection question, their thinking is likely to go like this: that the "person" being equally protected under the law in the 14th Amendment can encompass homosexual behavior. more >>
1) Murder is illegal.
The only thing preventing abortion from being included in the definition of murder is that it's currently not "unlawful." But basic science proves that an unborn child is a "human being." No mention of "personhood" is necessary for basic murder definitions. Killing a "human being" or a "fellow creature," even, is enough. more >>