#133 At SCOTUS a Make or Bake Moment
Tony Perkins and FRC Senior Staff, Guest Columnists
It doesn’t seem that long ago when I sat down with CBS’s “Face the Nation” and told a very surprised Bob Schieffer about the battle for religious freedom that was raging. Like many people, he seemed astonished to hear that any American – let alone the wedding industry – would be punished for their mainstream views on marriage.
This is the United States of America. You are totally free to express your political views. No one is going to tell you what you can say or how you can say it, right?
You’ve heard about the black card, right? No—not the one from Visa or American Express. This one is much more valuable. There are entire organizations that have been built upon it. And individuals that have used it to acquire both wealth and influence.
Fake news is alive and well — and thriving on the pages of America’s biggest newspapers. No wonder more people are tuning out the media. They don’t trust it. And outlets like the New York Times aren’t giving them any reason to try.
Why does it matter whether we call someone who breaks the law to enter the country an “illegal alien” or a “undocumented immigrant”? What’s the difference between a Christmas tree and a “holiday tree”?
First, the aim to eliminate poverty, especially under sanction of law, results in all sorts of injustice, including taking from one group of people in order to give to another, without the consent of either.