Steyn Way

It’s been awhile since we had some Mark Steyn around here… and what better time than the current holiday scramble to squelch dissent and muzzle any oipinion with which some disagree or might find offensive. I won’t even link to the Duck Dynasty/A&E fiasco sparked by the gay activists/apparatchiks at GLAAD. Some of you […]

Healthcare Overreach

The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the Obamacare birth control mandate was unconstitutional The court’s ruling means Francis and Philip Gilardi do not have to provide contraceptives in their employees’ health care plans pending the resolution of their case. The Gilardis, who own Freshway Foods and Freshway Logistics, are among at least 39 for-profit […]

Religious Liberty and Gay Marriage

A friend of mine sent me this piece by Russell Moore of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission on the core issue concerning the gay marriage debate:

This week should bring two significant Supreme Court decisions on the matter of same sex marriage, in the cases of Hollingsworth v. Perry (the California […]

The Anti Civil Liberties Union Piles On

I’ve had discussions before with folks who ask me if I ever really think the Church will be persecuted in the U.S.  My answer is yes and gay rights will be the wedge issue.

A Washington state florist who refused to sell flowers to a gay couple for their wedding has been sued by […]

Our First Freedom

Supreme Court denies Hobby Lobby request for reprieve from health care mandate, Denied pending the appeal, but indicative of nothing conservatives didn’t already expect from Sotomayor.

Amendment 1(a)

Rick Warren, Senior Pastor of Saddleback Church in Southern California, has canceled this year’s scheduled Presidential Forum between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. He initially cited the hypocrisy of being civil for 2 hours in a dirty campaign, but then got down to brass tacks. From the Orange County Register:

Q. You said you […]

Buycott or Boycott?

Professor Jacobson at the blog Legal Insurrection has a great point about the overwhelming success of yesterday’s Chick-Fil-A Appreciation day:

Conservatives are very good at buycotts, but very bad at boycotts.

There have been attempts by some conservative and religious groups to boycott various businesses over political issues. But I can’t think of one, at […]

FOX News: Amish Sect’s Buggies a Traffic Burden for Some Kentucky Residents

Amish Sect’s Buggies a Traffic Burden for Some Kentucky Residents,

This will be an interesting case concerning an Amish sect out of Kentucky. While I’m strongly in favor of religious freedom, I side with the state here.

These Stones Will Shout

As Jesus begins His triumphal entry into Jerusalem at the start of Holy Week before His Crucifixion, Jesus’ disciples begin praising his name to the annoyance of the Pharisees.

37 Then, as He was now drawing near the descent of the Mount of Olives, the whole multitude of the disciples began to rejoice and praise […]