Emma Green at The Atlantic has a great piece out profiling U.S. Senate candidate, Reverend Raphael Warnock (D. GA) and how Warnock being a major voice of the Religious Left can flip this Senate seat and win the Democrats a Senate Majority: Warnock wants to help Democrats remake the country....

  • August 24, 2020

Trump’s criminal justice reform efforts will provide the illusion to undecided voters that the regime cares for rank and file prisoners as much as those pardoned celebrity criminals. Willie Horton doesn’t truly foreshadow this generation’s Rod Blago or Michael Milken, because for the beneficent Trump, his bestowing criminal justice reform is like parting gifts...

  • February 18, 2020

Yes, Mr. “Two Corinthians” himself. The apotheosis of the Seven Deadly Sins. The porn star fucker. The inveterate conman. Mr. “Drink My Little Wine and Eat My Little Cracker.” The guy who tried to put money on a communion plate. The guy who couldn’t name a single passage from the...

  • January 4, 2020

Back in May, Trump pushed through a HHS administrative rule that permits medical workers to deny services based on their personal religious beliefs. As that NPR article suggests, this was unusually egregious even for a Thing Trump Did. The rule would have permitted doctors to refuse even emergency abortions… or allowed...

  • November 6, 2019

Christianity Redefined Eclectablogger Amy Lynn Smith has been following the story of a lawsuit filed by the ACLU of Michigan against Michigan-based Trinity Health Corporation, a Catholic Church-affiliated healthcare system. The suit challenges Trinity’s practice of denying emergency healthcare services to women — in this case life-saving abortions — based...

  • November 21, 2015

Originally posted at Eclectablog. Amy has been doing a terrific job of letting the world know how regressive our state is becoming with regard to the use of religious beliefs to deny health care, adoption, and other services based on the so-called Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Michigan. What's not...

  • March 17, 2015
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