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Ross Douthat: The terms of our surrender

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Andrew Sullivan: “The morning after in Arizona”

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Ariz. business owner, children receive vile death threats over SB 1062 support

Tony Perkins: Brewer ditches facts to save face

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Kerri Kupec: Brewer veto a “sad day for freedom” | Newsmax

“Arizona bill: ‘Anti-gay’ or something softer?” | Washington Post

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Denny Burk: Does this look like Jim Crow to you?

Ben Domenech: Religious liberty after Arizona

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Judge rejects California city’s religious war memorial

Rich Lowry: Brewer’s foolish veto

U.S. Congressman Trent Franks addresses S.B. 1062 controversy

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Madison, Wisconsin sued over “bubble zone” denying pro-lifers free speech

“Gov. Brewer vetoes Arizona anti-gay bill” | USA Today

9th Circuit: Court should order removal of “Innocence of Muslims” from YouTube

“Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer vetoes controversial anti-gay bill, SB 1062″ | CNN

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer vetoes controversial religious freedom bill | Washington Times

Sponsors kill Ohio religious freedom bill | Lancaster Eagle Gazette

Madison, Wisc. sued over “bubble zone” ordinance

Settlement fixes vague UT-Knoxville speech policy

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer vetoes Senate Bill 1062

Deception, distortion on SB 1062 results in veto

VA school prayer bill passes, but not by veto-proof vote

Kellie Fiedorek: Setting the record straight on SB 1062

Matthew J. Franck: Where do our religious freedom principles come from?

NFL’s “corporate speech” is more equal than others

Paul Mirengoff: “No, this is not Jim Crow for gays”

Ilya Shapiro: “For marriage equality, religious liberty, and the freedom of association”

Local Ariz. business owner, children receive death threat over SB 1062 support

Major legal scholars send letter to Ariz. governor in support of SB 1062

Idaho faith-healing bill won’t get hearing

Former football analyst files complaint against Fox Sports for religious discrimination

Cathi Herrod: Ariz. bill protects religious freedom

“Would Jesus bake a cake for a gay wedding in Arizona” | Christianity Today

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James V. Schall, S.J.: Religious liberty and civil disenfranchisement

    James V. Schall, S.J. at The Catholic World Report: “As the secular state has taken over more and more of the health, educational, and charitable functions once pioneered by Christianity, however, it has increasingly restricted ‘freedom of religion.’ It now protects only what goes on inside churches. Nearly everything outside churches is under control of the ideology and power of the state. Religion and its adherents must conform to the mandates of the state, whatever one’s conscience dictates to the contrary, at the price of civil disenfranchisement, if not positive persecution and imprisonment.”

  • Posted: 02/26/2014
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.catholicworldreport.com

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