On Sunday morning, August 29, a group of about a dozen faithful Catholics stood silently outside Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine’s home church, St. Elizabeth Catholic Church in Richmond, holding up signs drawing attention to Kaine’s persistent refusal to abide by his church’s teachings on abortion. 

Wyoming is poised to kick a judge off the bench, simply for expressing her opinion that she could not perform a same-sex wedding, raising the question: Is this an example of a religious test, forbidden by the Wyoming state constitution?

Now, the Obama administration wants to force homeless shelters to lodge individuals by their self-identified "gender," rather than their biological sex — or face retribution.

When you hear about government controlling church sermons, you might assume that China or Cuba would be the scene of such tyranny. But now the United States is also, with Iowa state officials not only claiming the power to determine what is and isn’t a “religious purpose,” but also, shockingly, to control church sermons.

The IRS knows it would lose in court, but its threat against free speech remains. This results in the self-censoring of political speech that its proponents wanted all along.

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