Religion is Okay, As Long as It Don’t Mean Nothing

An observation from the late Bill Buckley … as down the slope we continue slip …  [Read more...]

‘God Help Us If We Start Giving Government Officials the Right to Dictate Our Conscience’: Colson on Religious Liberty

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As the Obama administration forces the likes of Hobby Lobby and Frank O’Brien into making choices Americans should not have to be making, a reminder from Chuck Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship, commenting on the HHS Mandate on National Review Online before he died earlier this year: This is a huge religious-liberty question. It isn’t [Read More...]

Do You Know About Frank O’Brien?

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He’s fighting for religious liberty. His and all of ours. Don’t forget the businessman trying to live a life of integrity to his beliefs. The government shouldn’t be doing what it is doing to him: limiting his religious liberty. I write about him in my syndicated column this week.  [Read more...]

Stay-at-Home Mom Turned Activist for Religious Liberty

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for religious freedom. Some encouragement to get out and educate from the executive director of Conscience Cause, Christen Varley: LOPEZ: How did we get this far? Where the federal government mandates such things? VARLEY: Honestly, we allowed it to happen. We’re human — we take for granted what we have until it’s gone. There has [Read More...]

First Al Smith Dinner Thoughts

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Conscience Unites!

Health And Human Services Dept. Approves Free Birth Control For Women

Late last night on National Review Online‘s “The Corner,” my friend and colleague and bright intellectual light of our day, Ramesh Ponnuru, pointed to an opinion piece by former congresswoman Nancy Johnson. In an election year where accusations of a “war on women” have drowned out common-sense defenses of our first freedom, what a welcome [Read More...]

Denied

We live in a culture that talks a lot about women, but only wants to hear some of their stories, Jennifer Fulwiler writes: A fundamental belief in secular society is that the female reproductive system is something to be feared and controlled. Thus, only women whose stories validate that “truth” have their stories heard. Look at [Read More...]


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