Tag Archives: freedom of religion
Boston Bombing – A Fortuitous Event?
On the anniversary of the Boston Bombing, April 15, 2013 in which three innocent victims were killed and nearly 300 others were injured, many are asking whether this was a fortuitous event, or calculated killings by terrorists using weapons of mass destruction. Even more compelling is the surfacing of information that one of the bombers … Read More
Supreme Court will Decide if Businesses can Claim Exemption to Contraceptive Law
The Obama administration has asked the Supreme Court to decide whether or not businesses can be forced to provide coverage for birth control, even if the owners disagree from a religious standpoint. It certainly is understandable why an individual who is guaranteed rights per the U.S. Constitution would complain if those rights were lost or … Read More