Crossmap (Christian Telegraph): The new U.S. religious freedom ambassador wasted no time emphasizing the urgency of his mission as he was sworn in on Feb. 20, reports Catholic News Agency.
SCOTUS Blog: Religion has been a hot topic at the Supreme Court recently. The latest chapter on the role of religion in our daily lives comes tomorrow, when the Court hears oral arguments in the case of a Muslim woman whom the retail chain Abercrombie & Fitch declined to hire because she wore a headscarf. Let’s talk about EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch in Plain English.
SCOTUS Blog: But what actually was at stake, it seemed, was what two human beings might say to each other in a job interview in order for both to understand whether a new employee, if hired, could work by the company’s rules. At a critical point in the argument, Justice Alito suggested an answer: Why doesn’t the employer tell the applicant what the rules are, and ask: “Do you have any problem with that?” Simple, right?