Tag Archive: religion

Acts of Conscience? The Cowardice of #KimDavis


Throughout history, there have been admirable people who have risked their lives to follow their conscience when circumstance or mainstream society presented them with ethical dilemmas. There are huge numbers, globally, of people… Continue reading

The Business of Bigotry, or How To Ruin Your Business and Get Rich


The headline on CNN reads: “Indiana pizzeria finds itself at the center of ‘religious freedom’ debate” but even this untrue. Memories Pizza, in Walkerton, Indiana, didn’t find itself anywhere. The owners veritably thrust… Continue reading

The Gaping Flaw in Logic in The Supreme Court


The recent Supreme Court decision that allows companies with ‘deeply held religious beliefs’ from being compelled to cover reproductive health services or drugs for their employees exposes some deeply unimpressive reasoning on the… Continue reading