Category: Religion

Happy Passover!

Dennis Prager explains why, although Passover is a Jewish celebration, it nevertheless has important (and very positive) worldwide meaning: Happy Passover! Image: A man reciting a blessing over a cup of wine at a Passover Seder in the Warsaw Ghetto, Poland (cropped). Yad Vashem collection.

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Religious Liberty: AG Barr vs. Jeffery Toobin

AG Barr recently spoke eloquently on religious liberty.  Progressive legal analyst Jeffery Toobin vomited canards and bald assertions in response. In a speech at Notre Dame Law School on October 11, Attorney General William Barr asserted that government needs to prioritize protecting religious freedom. To summarize briefly, Barr observed that

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Passover

Passover: the nature of tyranny never changes but freedom is worth the fight

Passover tells us that tyrants fall only when revolution affects them directly and that revolutions are successful only when focused on individual liberty. Passover, which begins tonight, is about so many things: the Jewish people’s renewed covenant with God; their escape from slavery; the journey that ended with the Ten

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Thoughts about the Catholic School’s lawsuit against LGBT laws

A cursory review of 1st Amendment law hints that a Catholic school can win its challenge against South Euclid’s overly broad statute regarding sexual orientation and gender identity. PJ Media reported yesterday that a small Catholic school in Ohio, one that revolves around traditional Catholic doctrine, including viewing marriage as

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A Small Victory In The (Cake) War On The Judeo-Christian Religion

The Masterpiece Cakeshop decision is a small speed bump in the progressive’s war on religion, as well as a roadmap for the future.   The progressive attempt to use “gay rights” as a cudgel to destroy the Judeo-Christian religions in this country hit a very small speed bump today with

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