A former newsman and current Internets scribe offers his insight into recent faith matters and religious fervor in the world of politics.
At the very least, his consideration starts out somewhat objectively . . .
"The reality is that ideas about religious liberty and what it means are pretty much all over the place. For some it means freedom from even hearing religion's voice in the public square, while for others it means insisting that the courts protect actions that discriminate against or harm others if those actions are done with a religious veneer."
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For most of the history of the United States, religious freedom has been a foundational value. The Constitution even prohibits the government from making laws that favor one kind of faith over another. But the reality is that ideas about...