CFN Gazette staff
Hobby Lobby’s famous — or infamous, some might say — full-page “holiday
message” advertisements propagating Christian principles run in
newspapers nationwide, including its hometown daily, The Oklahoman. This Independence Day was no different.
Commentary Marci A. Hamilton
There are times when a court’s reasoning becomes so precious that it has
no contact with reality, which is precisely what happened when the en
banc U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit decided Hobby Lobby v.
Sebelius. The most important issue in the case is whether a for-profit
company is a religious “person” under the Religious Freedom Restoration
Act (RFRA). The short answer is “No.”
Commentary Andrew Spiropoulos
In this time of polarized politics, it is hard to conceive of any
significant bill that’s supported by the entire American political
spectrum. But in 1993, the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act
(RFRA) achieved just that.
A Christian’s lawsuit that fights the Native American “rain god” imagery on state license plates wins favor from the nonreligious sector, too.
News Greg Horton
A local minister’s lawsuit claiming that Native American imagery on
license plates forces him to become a “mobile billboard” for pagan
religion will get another chance after being thrown out of a higher