It’s a big deal for a candidate to run, and be competitive, without claiming guidance from a supreme being.
Why does religion engender sympathy for what would, in a secular context, be considered odious?
Points for diagnosing the problem. None for offering milquetoast and timid solutions.
Or did Trump just dare Perkins to call him a liar?
The bill limits its scope to “matrimonial ceremonies,” dropping the pretense that it protects religious freedom.
Paul Ryan’s guests have a bone to pick with Obama over “religious freedom,” as well.
Huckabee seems upset that political decisions are, in fact, political.
Imagine a Democratic candidate running an ad that was nothing more than pure identity signaling.
Here’s an actual threat to the First Amendment.
It’s never been about religious freedom; it’s always been about Christian supremacy.
The volume and tone of the outrage over the lesson led the county sheriff to advise them to close.
He says he was joking, but a LOT of people agree with him.