The bill would offer important protections for religious and conscientious objectors in the workplace.
A strong and unwavering Marco Rubio confirmed his decision yesterday that "marriage should continue to be defined as one man and one woman." However, just yesterday he acknowledged that he is against any constitutional amendment that will try to ban the decision in the future. "It is what it is, and that's what we'll live under."
Does the First Amendment go too far? According to a new survey, most Americans say it doesn't. Americans in the year 2015 are more pro-free speech, pro-religious liberty, and anti-government spying than they have been in recent years.
The key upshot from this SCOTUS decision is clear: when push comes to shove, the free exercise of religion must give way to the new sexual orthodoxy now enshrined in law.
Goodbye, First Amendment.
"This ruling will strength all of our communities."
Lots of opinions.
The Thought Police strike again.
WDBJ Manager: Vester Flanagan Handed Cross to News Director After Being Fired and Said ‘You’ll Need This’ | Cortney O'Brien