Category Archives: Freedom of Religion

Freedom From Religion?


I found a blogger commenting on the Christian baker case, and found this perspective odd: We Have Freedom FROM Religion Too Posted on December 5, 2017 The Supreme Court is arguing a case concerning whether or not a baker, licensed to perform … Continue reading

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The Slippery Slope is Covered in Frosting


The Daily Signal reports on the Supreme Court arguments Colorado case of the Christian baker who refused to make a cake for a gay wedding: Finally, the oral arguments revealed the scope of how far the state of Colorado is … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day


The National Review: It has been said that America is less of a place than an idea, and if it is an idea, and I believe that to be true, it is an idea that has been deep in the … Continue reading

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Avatar Being Replayed in the Northwest


Dr. Grace Augustine: Those trees were sacred to the Omaticaya in a way you can’t imagine. Parker Selfridge: Oh, you know what? You throw a stick in the air around here it’s gonna land on some sacred fern, for Christ Sake! … Continue reading

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A 92-Year Old War Memorial is Unconstitutional — Because it is Big


The Family Research Council: In a 33-page opinion, the majority insists that the 40-foot monument “aggrandizes the Latin cross… the core symbol of Christianity.” But amazingly, it’s not the symbol that bothers them — but its size. “Here it is … Continue reading

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