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The kind of draconian restrictions of speech and religious rights that corrupt Canadian governance are arriving bit by corroded bit on America’s church steps sooner than many expected and in, of all places, Iowa. Make no mistake though, this is coming to every state.
Iowa, like many other states, has a law banning discrimination based on, among other conditions, “sexual orientation” and “gender identity,” in places of public accommodation. To be clear, the rhetorical contrivance “sexual orientation” really means “subjective homoerotic attraction and volitional homoerotic acts,”* and the rhetorical contrivance “gender identity” really means “the subjective desire to be …
Ex-Fire Chief Who Claims He Was Terminated Over His Biblical Views on Homosexuality Sues — and Delivers a Message About ‘Freedom’
Albert Einstein once said, “Never do anything against conscience even if the state demands it.”
He was right.
In the aftermath of the Arizona religious freedom skirmish, I have a few questions for those who would presume to compel religious business owners, under penalty of law, to “provide goods and services” to homosexuals in a way that violates that business owner’s conscience.
- Should a homosexual baker be forced to make a “God Hates Fags” cake for Westboro Baptist Church, simply because its members claim to be Christian?
- Should a black printer be forced to develop and print thousands