Why is it safe to wait in a car for a liquor store to open but dangerous to wait in a car to hear morning prayers?
Posted in Religious Liberty
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The shooting of GOP House Whip Steve Scalise and several other Republicans during an early morning baseball practice this month is as unsurprising as it was dreadful. Some of our deepest expectations were realized in that moment, as the furious rhetoric being churned out by the Left finally expressed itself in the ultimate form of contempt: an attempt to assassinate political leaders.
It wasn’t hard to predict where our national discourse was taking us. For years in the halls of Congress and in the courts, we’ve been engaged in a civil war. There’s been a marked increase in the use …
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Many years ago, I witnessed what happens when people who prevent others from speaking are not dealt with promptly.
During a “Firing Line” taping with William F. Buckley at Bard College in New York State on the topic of “Resolved: The ACLU is full of baloney” (the short answer is “yes”), two female activists stood up and started chanting “women of color have no voice.”
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The snowflake metaphor for Millennials who quash speech that they don’t like seems particularly inapt. These petulant ruffians are more like jackhammers.
Snowflakes are delicate, complex, singular, ineffably beautiful and naturally occurring. They fall from the sky through no human interventio