Tag Archives: religious liberty

Trump’s First Year

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Townhall Review – December 30, 2017 Hugh Hewitt invites Deputy National Security Director Nadia Schadlow, one of the principle architects of the recently released National Security Strategy document , to share some of the details surrounding this very important document. Dennis Prager identifies the opponents of the tax reform that was signed into law by President Trump. Hugh...

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Albert Mohler: Masterpiece Cake Shop And The Future Of Religious Liberty

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This past Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case formally known as “Masterpiece Cake Shop vs. The Colorado Civil Rights Commission.” In terms of religious liberty , there has been no recent case before the Supreme Court more important than this one. The backstory is that in 2012, Jack Phillips,...

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Albert Mohler: The Growing Willingness To Sacrifice Religious Liberty

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The nation of Australia recently voted by a wide margin to legalize same-sex marriage. The question turns swiftly now to the issue of religious liberty. Already, the major bill is inadequate when it comes to protecting religious freedom. The Attorney General of Australia, noting this fact, has suggested that the...

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Albert Mohler: SCOTUS Takes Up California’s Abortion Law

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The Supreme Court recently announced that it will take a very important case. A California law requires crisis pregnancy centers to inform women who come to the centers of the availability of abortion , even requiring the use of specific language. Several of these centers have challenged the constitutionality of this...

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Hugh Hewitt: Masterpiece Cakeshop, Secular Absolutism And Religious Liberty

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President Trump’s enduring support among evangelical Christians and Mass-attending Catholics befuddles many of his critics. The genuinely confused, instead of those who merely arch their eyebrows, should realize that for millions of voters, religious liberty remains the overarching issue of the day. And most of those voters are very well...

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Albert Mohler: California’s Effort To Legislate Religious Liberty

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The state of California, the nation’s most populous state, is often the epicenter of cultural and moral change in the nation. Governor Jerry Brown recently vetoed Assembly Bill 569, which would have, shockingly enough, removed religious employers’ ability to make hiring and firing decisions based on their own religious code of...

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Michael Medved: Evangelicals for Trump: A Matter of Self Defense

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The sharpest divisions in politics today aren’t based on race or economic status, but on religion. Last year’s exit polls showed 26 percent who described themselves as Evangelical Christians, and they preferred Donald Trump by a crushing margin of 81 to 16 percent. Among the rest of the electorate—the 74...

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Albert Mohler: One of the Biggest Religious Liberty Decisions in Decades

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Every last week of June, every year, Americans get treated to what’s essentially a great civics lesson, a reminder of the enduring importance of the third branch of our constitutional system, as the Supreme Court releases major decisions, clearing its docket before its July recess. And this June was a...

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Albert Mohler: A Statement Of Direction On Religious Liberty

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The President’s recent signing of his executive order dealing with religious liberty was much anticipated by all concerned with First Amendment liberties in our fast-changing nation. An executive order is not legislation and it is never a substitute for legislation. And yet an executive order can impact the entire executive...

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Albert Mohler: A Loss For Every American Citizen

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The state of Washington’s Supreme Court recently handed down a ruling that puts the religious liberty of all Americans at risk. As the Associated Press reports, “The Washington Supreme Court ruled unanimously … that a florist who refused to provide services for a same-sex wedding broke the state’s anti-discrimination law.”...

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