Tag: freedom of conscience

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The week of Easter 2019 was difficult, personally and as a Christian. I lost my mother in law, our last remaining parent. Notre Dame caught fire and burned, doing massive damage. The small Christian community of Sri Lanka suffered terrorist attacks, resulting in hundreds of deaths. Another shooting at a Jewish synagogue in California. I […]

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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. What Do Fashion Designers, Muslim Vocalists, and Christian Photographers Have in Common?

 

Well, they can all be cited under a Madison city ordinance if they choose to opt out of engaging in expression or helping to celebrate events or ideas that would violate their deeply-held beliefs. Seems like a pretty terrible law, yeah? Students on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus agreed. Well, until we got to the Christian photographer.

Contributor Post Created with Sketch. 9th Circuit affirms CA forced abortion promotion law

 

So, you want to help pregnant women and girls with the information and resources they need to bring a healthy baby into the world? Well, in California, you can do that, but only if you tell these women and girls about free or discount-rate abortions they can get through the state. And only if the pro-life pregnancy care centers also provide the name, address, and phone number to the nearest abortionist.

The most reversed federal appeals circuit Friday upheld AB 775 – a speech coercion law that has less to do with women’s health than with political cronyism – in National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Harris

Promoted from the Ricochet Member Feed by Editors Created with Sketch. The Rank Hypocrisy of Movies About the “Red Scare”

 

If it was wrong for a committee of the US House of Representatives to simply ask Dalton Trumbo if he was a member of the Communist Party, why is it not wrong for the US government to publish online the names of everybody registered with the Democratic Party and/or the Republican Party?