The protection of rights of conscience articulated in West Virginia v. Barnette:
If there is any fixed star in our constitutional constellation, it is that no official, high or petty, can prescribe what shall be orthodox in politics, nationalism, religion, or other matters of opinion, or force citizens to confess by word or act their faith therein.
The first amendment to the Constitution of the United States is under attack. That could be said for other amendments/sections of the Constitution as well.
The guy on the left has rights, he is an American. However, he is using his corporate pulpit to squelch the rights of much smaller guys. Tim Cook along with other corporate bullies are undermining the meaning of the First Amendment. His interpretations are biased. He believes the 1st Amendment means: “free speech for me, but not for thee.” Continue reading “Corporation Free-Speech Hypocrisy”
I tend to team with Russell Moore of the SBC on Senator Bernie Sanders and the hearing on Russell Vought. However, I have to say that I see the Senator as one who does not understand even the basics of his religious heritage as a Jew. He is not a Jew religiously. He needs to read the Old Testament to understand what Judaism means.
Continue reading “Bernie Sanders in Violation of the Constitution”
Levant: “my fellow Hebrews”
Muslim thinking about Sharia Law…
Life IS precious! Every life from the slums of Chicago to New Delhi–each life is precious!
Here is perspective from Americans:
We’re all in this argument about ‘Whose life matters?’ I’m so sick of hearing people scream and cry about that term. Had the first time it’d been said, the term was ‘LGBT Lives Matter, Too’ nobody would have said anything. But the fact that you say ‘LGBT Lives Matter’ they’re now going to go ‘My Life Matters!’ Well then let’s say it how it really is: ‘LGBT Lives Matter, Too. Christian Lives Matter, Too. Black Lives Matter, Too. Cops Lives Matter, Too. White Lives Matter, Too. American Lives Matter!
— Monte Williams
You know, the best thing that’s happened to me, and I think the best thing that’s happened to ‘most everybody, to be honest with you as I’ve traveled the world, the best thing that’s happened to the world, probably in the last 200 years, is the United States of America. Everyone is going to have to have an opportunity to search it out for themselves, and the conclusion is: if you love your country, you make it a better place. If you love it. It’s like every year, you’ve got to go out in the farm and cut hay and pack it away. There’s no one-year fix-it and it’s going to be fixed forever. I fell in love with this country, and just thing all things are possible.
— George Foreman
I believe the ‘thing’ is ‘think’.