Religious worries over religious liberty are really just Christian worries over their receding hegemony.
Even the most moderate Republicans want to protect the right to discriminate.
When majorities of Republican voters tell you to stop, it’s time to stop.
The poll was commissioned by former Angie’s List CEO Bill Oesterle, an aspiring Republican public servant.
“We’re moving closer to a world in which acceptance is the norm.”
Despite overwhelming objections, Jindal will issue an executive order enacting his “Marriage and Conscience Act.”
All religious beliefs deserve equal protection, but some religions may be more equal than others.
We need to spend less time feeding trolls cake and more time worrying about big business’ right to discriminate.
While people are still publicly calling for gays to be killed, we can’t take the progress we’ve made for granted.
In a reversal from his position on Sunday, Governor Pence called for a “fix” to his recently-passed RFRA.
Jeb Bush needs to be asked where religious conscience ends and civil society begins.
Pence refused to say if anti-LGBT discrimination is now legal in Indiana, and ruled out new LGBT protections.
New law could put every state and local law, even court decisions, at risk from “religious discrimination” claims.