All religious beliefs deserve equal protection, but some religions may be more equal than others.
In a reversal from his position on Sunday, Governor Pence called for a “fix” to his recently-passed RFRA.
Pence refused to say if anti-LGBT discrimination is now legal in Indiana, and ruled out new LGBT protections.
And it’s all the name of “religious freedom.” How about a little freedom for the rest of us?
A look at the attempt by some on the right to claim that Arizona’s bigoted law was simply “misunderstood.”
Colbert: “SB1062, a bill defending my religious right to deny sodomites pastry.”
With the defeat of Arizona’s “religious freedom” bill, it’s time to reflect on the past and future of LGBT rights.
And even GoDaddy, a notoriously Republican company, came out in opposition to SB1062 today.
Arizona opened up such a huge can of whoopass that even Fox News’ Megyn Kelly and Brit Hume criticized the bill.
“I don’t know why you would want to bring Jim Crow laws back to the forefront for homosexuals.”
If Arizona’s governor signs this law, the Super Bowl, Apple and Google had better cancel their plans in the state.
The American Religious Freedom Program pushes a ‘bigotry for all’ bill, aiming for gays but hitting everybody
New law could put every state and local law, even court decisions, at risk from “religious discrimination” claims.