Justice Ginsburg on the five male Jusices’ “blind spot” in Hobby Lobby, and the influence of daughters on their fathers

Satanists using Hobby Lobby decision to seek exemption from pro-life law

Ruth Bader Ginsburg accuses pro-Hobby Lobby SCOTUS judges of having a blind spot towards women

Satanists invoke Hobby Lobby, say informed-consent laws violate their religious beliefs

Obama nominates Religious Freedom Ambassador who called protecting Hobby Lobby “deeply troubling”

Casey Mattox talks religious liberty in the context of Hobby Lobby/Conestoga (video)

Supreme Court forces Obama admin to craft new birth control option for religious nonprofits

A new religious liberty accommodation for non-profit organizations?

Obama admin may revise HHS mandate after losing Hobby Lobby battle

So far, the media is failing on covering Democrats’ falsehoods about contraception mandates

Dear Hobby Lobby haters: Birth control is not medicine

What we talk about when we talk about ‘birth control’

Becket Fund law firm gaining a reputation as powerhouse after Hobby Lobby win

Propaganda war continues in Hobby Lobby aftermath

Same-sex marriage stirs backlash as businesses assert religion

The next religious liberty case

How entrepreneurs practice their faith through companies

Hobby Lobby and ENDA

Is evangelical morality still acceptable in America?

Democrats push vote on bill to “overturn” Supreme Court decision protecting Hobby Lobby

Hobby Lobby is a win, but religious freedom is still fading

Hobby Lobby reversal sought in Congress

Catholic Bishops come out against anti-Hobby Lobby bill

Bishops: Senate Dem bill empowers feds to mandate abortion coverage

Democrats on Hobby Lobby: ‘Misspeaks,’ ‘opinion’ and overheated rhetoric

Because Hobby Lobby decision doesn’t protect nonprofits, March for Life sues HHS mandate

Americans view Supreme Court more favorably after Hobby Lobby decision

New Senate bill would make HHS bureaucrats more powerful than federal law

Meanwhile, outside the panic room: Contraception, Hobby Lobby, and women’s rights

If the government gives contraception, government can take it away

Holly Fisher: Public enemy number 310,345,204

    National Review: Michael Stone, who blogs over at Patheos under the moniker “progressivesecularhumanist,” is deeply concerned by Fisher’s photograph, suggesting that it renders her the “New Face” of the “American Taliban” and serves to expose “the striking parallels between Islamic and Christian extremists, to demonstrate “the striking similarities between Christian and Islamic extremism,” and to reveal the “romance with religious violence both types of extremists seem to share.” Oddly enough, Stone seems wholly incapable of making up his mind as to quite how Fisher presents a threat to anybody.


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