This is a "big-time" Constitutional issue
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I'm sure this issue would make our founding fathers roll in their graves. NOT. The healthcare bill as a whole is great. everyone should be able to get affordable health insurance. Does the bill need tweeking? Yes. But to condemn a bill on a couple of issues? I'm sure, our founding fathers didn't include healthcare in the constitution. Unless of course they specifically referred to health care practices, during that time, performed in barber shops!
by American View3 years ago
Ernest Istook once said “While even pornography is protected as free speech, the courts have consciously undermined religious speech and freedom of religion for years. ”Is he right, and thoughts?
by Dan Harmon12 months ago
Texas attorney general Ken Paxton has issued a statement that the Supreme Court decision on gay marriage is illegal. “Texas must speak with one voice against this lawlessness, and act on multiple levels to further...
by Sooner283 years ago
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/21/us/re … odayspaperWhy is this still allowed? If the Catholic Church ever had a doctrine that said African Americans, Asian Americans, or Hispanic Americans could not be...
by Cassie Smith4 years ago
"In one of the clearest rulings for religious freedom in years, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously decided that courts may not intervene in church hiring decisions, protecting the “ministerial...
by Credence22 years ago
Oh yes, boys and girls, I am back, like a bad penny. I wonder what are conservative poster's positions on this topic is; are they really for freedom of religion or should children be hogtied and forced to participate in...
by Scott Bateman6 months ago
The Mississippi Religious Freedom Restoration Act protects religious people from legal repercussions if they verbally condemn the lifestyle or actions of LGBT persons. Additionally, the bill expands the definition of an...
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