Since religion is a big part of the worldview of any adherent, it doesn't seem too much to ask that future presidents at least consider a wider range of religious diversity when considering equally-acceptable candidates to the highest court in the land.
In Justice Alito's majority opinion, he relies squarely on Catholic teaching about "complicity" to explain the supposed burden. In doing so, he reiterates the argument that the Catholic Church has made in the dozens of lawsuits it has brought challenging the contraceptive mandate.
I wondered if On the Waterfront offered any commentary on today's labor struggles, and whether its depiction of Johnny Friendly bore any responsibility for the perception, by some, of modern unions as a corrupting influence in American life.
Today the Supreme Court issued its decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. The decision effectively permits the deeply held religious belief...
The Hobby Lobby decision merits all the cheering (by its fans) and jeering (by its foes) that we are hearing. Love it or loathe it, the Hobby Lobby decision is limited in scope.