Tag Archives: Religious Liberties

University of Wisconsin professor: Bible not allowed in class

Apparently, tolerance and respect for Christianity is not in the syllabus of a Wisconsin university, in yet another unsurprising attack on Christian equality. A professor at the University of Wisconsin –¬†Baraboo/Sauk County has threatened a student with a failing grade unless a reference to the Bible was removed from an assignment. Annette Kuhlman, professor of sociology, told student Rachel Langeberg ... Read More »

Hobby Lobby Has Its Day In Court

One of the reasons Clarence Thomas gives for the studious silence he maintains during Supreme Court hearings is that his fellow justices have shown an increasing tendency to talk too much during oral arguments, thus preventing advocates from presenting their arguments coherently. Yesterday’s Supreme Court hearing in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores and Conestoga Wood Specialties v. Sebelius suggest that Thomas is right...

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Federal Appeals Court Rules Notre Dame Must Obey ObamaCare Birth Control Mandate

The University of Notre Dame must provide birth control to employees and students after a federal appeals court ruled Friday, a move the school says will force it to violate its religious beliefs.

In a blow to religious colleges and universities across the country, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago denied Notre Dame's request for an injunction to the ObamaCare birth control mandate that requires the school to provide coverage for contraception...

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Arizona Governor Pressured To Scratch Bill Angering Gays

Four years after igniting a national uproar over immigration, the Arizona Legislature has jumped into the battle over gay rights with a piece of legislation that had opponents on Friday predicting business boycotts against the state.

The legislation allows business owners with strongly held religious beliefs to refuse service to gays, and all eyes are on Republican Gov. Jan Brewer as she decides whether to sign the bill. A decision is likely next week...

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