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Early in President Obama’s tenure in the White House, Catholic Online and other media outlets reported what appeared to be a deliberate attack on the Constitution’s “freedom of religion” protections.The report noted a crucial change in Obama’s language between his June 2009 speech in Cairo, Egypt, where he spoke of a Muslim America and its “freedom of religion,” and the November 2009 memorial for the Fort Hood soldiers gunned down by a radical Muslim, where he termed it “freedom of worship.” From that point on, “freedom of worship” has become the term of choice, the report said.

His suit claims that he is unable to be a counselor and suffers daily emotional grief and pain. The ruling from David Bunning said Davis can believe what she chooses privately.

He is also seeking MSU to reinstate him in his [program] with safeguards so that he can earn his degree.” Cash was a student “in excellent standing and nearing the completing of his degree” when he was removed, the complaint explains. But he ruled she cannot exercise her “freedom of religion” publicly.

He cited slogans spray-painted on his business, on his pickup truck, and on a garage door, and a rock thrown through a window.

See the report: Klawiter had stirred the pot of social values a week earlier when he posted a note he would decline to provide service to openly homosexual customers.

S., asked Neely whether she was excited to perform such ceremonies.

Well no, the judge responded, because her faith wouldn’t allow her to do that.

Threatened with rape In Texas, David and Edie Delmore own a bakery, and were approached by Ben Valencia and Luis Marmolejo about a cake for a “gay wedding.” They declined, referring the potential customers to other bakers.

According to a report, “Since then their home has been vandalized and their son has been threatened with rape by a broken beer bottle.” Julie Brown Patton reported for The Gospel Herald the attacks came right after a local newspaper reported the “gay” duo were publicly accusing them of discrimination.

The fracas has caught the attention, and outrage, of two of the major legal organizations defending religious rights in America, the Alliance Defending Freedom, which is representing Neely in her fight over basic religious liberties and against the extremism of the same-sex “marriage” advocates on the state commission, and the Becket Fund for Religion Liberty, which took up Neely’s cause in a friend-of-the-court brief.

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