Ted Cruz Wrongly Believes Preventing Anti-Gay Discrimination is Like Forcing Rabbis to Eat Pork

In an interview last week with conservative talk radio host Dana Loesch, Republican Presidential hopeful and Texas Senator Ted Cruz expressed support for the Indiana religious freedom law in its original state. There is, he lamented, “a concerted effort targeting people of faith.” And unless someone can refuse to provide a service (that they otherwise provide) based on a customer’s sexual orientation, we’re basically at the point of forcing rabbis to eat pork.



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Many German States Still Ban Dancing and Loud Music Over Easter Weekend

Even in secular Europe, some states in Germany have a ban on loud music and dancing over Easter Weekend. It’s part of a centuries-old religious tradition known as Tanzverbot:



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Rep. John Fleming (R-LA) Says Students Should Be Allowed to Pray in School, Not Realizing That’s Already Legal

Over the past week, I’ve written a couple of posts about the overreaching faith of Principal Albert Hardison of Walnut Hill Elementary/Middle School, part of the Caddo Parish Public Schools in Louisiana.

This is someone who openly praised God on the school’s website (he has revised it since the complaints began):



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Georgia Teacher Tells Students President Obama Isn’t a Christian and Neither Are Their Parents if They Voted for Him

According to NAACP chapter in Laurens County, Georgia, a middle school teacher was completely out of line with comments made to her class a couple of weeks ago. Dublin Middle School teacher Nancy Perry, who apparently teaches a class in Tea Party rhetoric, said of President Obama:

… that he is not a Christian as he claims to be. She said that any parent who supports him is not a Christian. She challenged her students to prove their Christianity.



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Christians Sue Michigan City Council for Removing Giant Cross from Hilltop, Calling It “Viewpoint Discrimination”

A few months ago, I posted about a giant hydraulic cross that goes up several times a year atop Dewey Hill in Grand Haven, Michigan:



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