ABC’s George Stephanopoulos grilling Indiana Gov. Mike Pence about the state’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act is rich, don’t you think? It was George’s boss, Bill Clinton, who signed the federal RFRA in 1993. If the Hoosier state law is bigoted for protecting state residents’ religious liberty, why do Bill and George get a pass for a law that is still in force doing the same thing across these United States?
By Joe Carter
[On Thursday] Governor Mike Pence of Indiana signed into law the state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The action has drawn sharp criticism by people and politicians who directly oppose religious freedoms and by those who are simply unaware of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the federal model for Indiana’s new law.
On Monday, March 30, I’m privileged to present my meditation “I Thirst” during the Vermeer Quartet’s performance of Haydn’s “Seven Last Words of Christ,” held this year at Dominican University in River Forest. It’s a great way to reflect on Christ’s sacrificial love during Holy Week. For more info, go here.
By David Roach
Photo by Lars Lieber
Don’t believe you’re a sinner? Have a family.
They’ll tell you.
Maybe the Bears’ decision to sign a player under investigation in a sex-assault case is actually designed to make their underachieving sourpuss QB look good in comparison.
Now it’s out in the open: President Obama traded a deserter (whom the paid liar Susan Rice claimed served “with honor and distinction”) for five Taliban terrorists.
And they want us to trust the president’s negotiations with Iran?
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