Yes, the Constitution protects freedom of religion

Ethel C. Fenig
Liberal Washington Post columnist Ezra Klein is so right about the US Constitution -- he once wrote: "My friends on the right don't like to hear this but the Constitution is not a clear document. Written 100 years ago, when America had thirteen states and very different problems, it rarely speaks directly to the questions we ask it." This over 200 year old document even has stuff in it about freedom of religion--certainly nothing of importance for most of today's Americans. Maybe that's why so many public figures of the liberal persuasion have been denouncing other people's religions and races/ethnicities recently. For instance, Catholics, do you know your beliefs are bulls**t? Well, according to Barry Lynn, president of Americans United for Separation of Church and State: The "religious-liberty claim" of the likes of Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' president, in the debate over the Obama administration's contraception/sterilization/abortion...(Read Full Post)

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