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Decision on pro-life bus ad now in judge’s hands

ADF leads battle against Indiana bus system over Women’s Health ad

ADF to court: City unjustly denied ad for Ind. women in need

Beyond gay marriage: Idaho LGBT advocates battle legal discrimination

Why every state needs a Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Why do we need Louisiana’s Marriage and Conscience Act? Ask Indiana pizza owners

Why religious liberty arguments aren’t working

Indiana fallout: Elderly lady assaulted over same-sex marriage

Persecuting believers doesn’t protect anyone’s civil rights

Hannity talks to Memories Pizza for an update (video)

How highest N.Y. Court provides a template on prejudice and marriage

Memories Pizza and real social justice

Indiana abandons religious freedom as Arkansas moves to protect it

Interview with a Christian

Naive young evangelicals and the illiberal DNA of the gay rights movement

The writing’s on the wall for Christians

Conservatives to Apple, Inc.: Stand up for LGBT community, cease operations in Iran, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria

This is how religious liberty dies – the new rules of the secular left

Inslee rescinds travel ban after Indiana changes ‘religious freedom’ law

Indiana, same-sex marriage, and the liberal betrayal of American liberalism

Kirsten Powers: Same-sex marriage debate’s sore winners

Surprise! Two major newspaper stories that seek to understand the religious freedom side in Indiana, Arkansas

Troubled by Indiana reaction, Christian leaders stress gravity of religious liberty

Bake for them two, or walk with the few.

RFRA supporter Curt Smith, law firm sever ties

Religious-liberty protections promote tolerance

Should Mom-and-Pops that forgo same-sex weddings be destroyed?

The perils of political propaganda: Mass hysteria over Indiana

Fund raises $840,000 for Memories Pizza after attacks over same-sex marriage views

Answer us this, George Stephanopoulos

Tim Cook, mainstream media, and the LGBT brigade

After national outcry, Indiana GOP amends religious freedom law

Analysis: Religious freedom efforts backfire

Dispute over purpose of Indiana religious freedom law

Indiana flap just another skirmish

Arkansas, Indiana lawmakers OK changes to ‘religious freedom’ law

Penn Jillette clashes with conservative attorney over religious freedom laws: They’re ‘not being asked to engage in gay sex’

Proposed shift in Ind. religion law draws fire

Lawyer: Devout right faces discrimination

Rick Santorum: Should a gay print shop owner be forced to make signs for Westboro Baptist Church?

Religious freedom: Inconveniently important

Religious liberty, a benefit to religious and nonreligious alike

Proposed ‘fix’ to Indiana’s religious freedom law unjust, destructive

Three surprising revelations about Indiana’s religious freedom law and why Apple’s Tim Cook is wrong

Religious freedom needs courageous support from elected officials

Indiana, Arkansas are standing for religious freedom…will you?

Any liberals for religious freedom?

Few signs that businesses prevail in using religious-freedom defense

Religious freedom laws helped Muslims, Indians, Sikhs more than Christian bakers

Bad faith in Indiana

All the lies told about an Indiana law

The Left wages total war and then plays victim

Indiana’s religious freedom law is fully consistent with American law, history

Q&A on Indiana: Would restaurants be allowed to turn away LGBT customers?

A Catholic perspective on Indiana’s religious freedom law

Indiana religious freedom discussion rekindles debate in Ky.

Indiana religious-freedom law emerges as 2016 Republican litmus test

Media misinformation on Indiana RFRA

Five reasons why Indiana is the perfect place for the left to boycott

Claims of discrimination come with Georgia House Bill SB-129

Straightforward answers about Indiana’s RFRA law

The free market is only for people who have self-worth

Many religious freedom law opponents would force participation in abortion

Questions for Indiana’s critics

    The New York Times: I know that I should say something about the backlash and debate over Indiana’s version of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, but it’s been hard to come up with something that I didn’t already say in my column when it was Arizona’s variation on the same law, vetoed under pressure, that was in the news. That column made the case that the only remaining question in the same-sex marriage “debate” was what kind of space, if any, an ascendant cultural liberalism would leave to Americans with traditional views on what constitutes a marriage; that the correlation of forces (corporate now as well as cultural and legal) was such that the choice of exactly how far to push and how much pluralism to permit would be almost entirely in the hands of liberals and supporters of same-sex marriage.


  • Posted: 03/30/2015
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: douthat.blogs.nytimes.com

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Ensuring religious freedom in Indiana