Our First Amendment freedoms of speech, religion, and association are what allow Americans to live together in harmony despite widely diverging views.
The people who think they’re being moderate by subjugating religious freedom to special-interest groups forget there’s no reasoning with or safety around a mob.
Indiana’s ‘fix’ to its religious-freedom law increases burdens on conscience rights its original religious-freedom law was designed to protect.
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Whether you’re Christian, Muslim, atheist, gay, straight, or trans, the First Amendment was written for you.
All laws are coercive, even if you happen to think those laws are a good idea. People who write about politics should understand that this isn’t a novel notion.
The sorry religious liberty episode in Indiana shows how law often lurches from one extreme to the other.
All laws are backed by government force, Sally Kohn. That’s why we have phrases like “police force,” “force of law,” and “law enforcement.”
Pushing for gay rights will be easier if religious objectors can trust that the state will not be used to compel them to violate their deepest beliefs.
Indiana’s ‘fix’ to its religious-freedom law will actively force private business owners to violate their consciences.
Indiana’s religious freedom law is almost identical to the federal law, and court precedent forbids these from being used to discriminate against anyone.
Not a single person who identifies as homosexual has been harmed by the federal or dozens of state religious freedom acts.
The logic of secular leftists does not stop at Memories Pizza. It demands enforcement all the way to altars across the country.
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act, or RFRA, isn’t some awful license to discriminate. It’s a balancing test that courts have to weigh based on facts.
Progressives shouldn’t join anti-Muslim activists in asserting wild outcomes from Indiana’s new religious freedom law.
Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy plans to ban travel to Indiana over that state’s religious freedom law. Nobody told Malloy about his own state’s RFRA.
You’ve got questions: How do RFRAs work? Why is everyone so mad about Indiana’s? Do religious freedom protections hurt gays? We’ve got answers.
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