Gay teacher fired by Catholic school claims discrimination

Apr 23, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: World Magazine

Carla Hale, 59, a lesbian P.E. teacher, has filed a grievance against the diocese of the Ohio Catholic school where she worked for 19 years until administrators fired her for "violating moral law." According to The Columbus Dispatch , Hale's sexual orientation became public when an obituary for her late mother published Hale's name along with the ... (more)

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The very definition of a marriage is centered on the couple's "distinction of sex."
Not in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Iowa, Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, Maine, Maryland, Washington, and the District of Columbia.

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You seem to be suffering from the delusion that the law does not change. It does and it should. Slavery was once legal. Are you angry that the law was changed?
Slavery was changed to embrace an eternal truth.
Homosexuals wish to change marriage so as to pervert an eternal truth.
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I see somebody has been enjoying themselves with my name.

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Exemptions for religious institutions are not unlimited. Churches can't murder people (well, maybe that was a poor example....). If an organization accepts federal funds, generally the law provides that the organization must adhere to the federal law.
Criminal law and civil law are different.
And where does Watterson receive federal funds?

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Exemptions for religious institutions are not unlimited. Churches can't murder people (well, maybe that was a poor example....). If an organization accepts federal funds, generally the law provides that the organization must adhere to the federal law.
Federal law is not even applicable in this case.
Ms. Hale's legal challenge relates to a municipal code.
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Duke has officially won in his struggle to show what desperate demagogues you are. You can't take him on itellectually, so you have reduced yourselves to this. Such a small, weak mind you have, Karl.
It was merely a matter of time.

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Slavery was changed to embrace an eternal truth.
Homosexuals wish to change marriage so as to pervert an eternal truth.
Save it for church. This is reality we're discussing.

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Not in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Iowa, Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, Maine, Maryland, Washington, and the District of Columbia.
Only 3 states [ME, MD, WA] have passed such laws via popular referendum.
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And where does Watterson receive federal funds?
No property taxes. No income taxes. Faith based initiatives. The list goes on.
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Federal law is not even applicable in this case.
Ms. Hale's legal challenge relates to a municipal code.
Federal labor laws supercede state and local laws. YOu do know why we have a constitution, right?

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No property taxes. No income taxes. Faith based initiatives. The list goes on.
Go to bed.

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Only 3 states [ME, MD, WA] have passed such laws via popular referendum.
Regardless, it was the government that decided on the definition, not the church.

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Federal labor laws supercede state and local laws. YOu do know why we have a constitution, right?
Funny how the Second Amendment is circumvented in states like Massachusetts, but you insist that the US Constitution prevents states from getting around labor law.

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Federal labor laws supercede state and local laws. YOu do know why we have a constitution, right?
You're embarrassing yourself.
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Go to bed.
OK. Go to your cave.

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Regardless, it was the government that decided on the definition, not the church.
Careful what you wish for, libertarian.
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<quoted text>Funny how the Second Amendment is circumvented in states like Massachusetts, but you insist that the US Constitution prevents states from getting around labor law.
Actually the 2nd amendment is interpreted many ways. Only recently did SCOTUS actually rule that homeowners had the same rights as a militia. And SCOTUS didn't provide a list of accepted weapons for a militia or a homeowner, leaving the debate alive. And what I said is that federal law trumps state law. That doesn't prevent states from enacting laws until they are challenged by the feds.

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Same thing on a balance sheet moron. So you failed second grade math and basic economics. Sorry.
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Mid-50s, like your IQ.
What kind of idiot treats an exemption like income for a non-profit? Your leftist business sense explains why so many of you fail.

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Actually the 2nd amendment is interpreted many ways. Only recently did SCOTUS actually rule that homeowners had the same rights as a militia. And SCOTUS didn't provide a list of accepted weapons for a militia or a homeowner, leaving the debate alive. And what I said is that federal law trumps state law. That doesn't prevent states from enacting laws until they are challenged by the feds.
Please cite the federal LGBTQIABCDEF anti-discrimination law.

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Actually the 2nd amendment is interpreted many ways. Only recently did SCOTUS actually rule that homeowners had the same rights as a militia. And SCOTUS didn't provide a list of accepted weapons for a militia or a homeowner, leaving the debate alive. And what I said is that federal law trumps state law. That doesn't prevent states from enacting laws until they are challenged by the feds.
The question of possession is what I'm talking about. In Massachusetts it's almost impossible for an average citizen to possess a handgun even in his own home.
What part of "shall not be infringed" eludes you?

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