June 14, 2006
More antidiscrimination law vs. freedom of religion

Matthew J. Franck has a brief note over on National Review's "Bench Memos" blog on another case that pitted civil rights law against freedom of religion. The good news: freedom of religion won. In that light, here’s a good-news story: last week a panel of the Third Circuit held that Ursuline Academy, a girls’ Catholic […]

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June 14, 2006
Your money's still good

A sane district court judge in San Francisco of all places has tossed out Michael Newdow's latest lawsuit claiming that "In God We Trust" on legal tender is, well, illegal. Newdow claimed that by using coins and currency bearing the phrase, he is forced to carry religious dogma, proselytise and evangelise for monotheism. You know, […]

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Buttigieg is going with *we waited until it was safely over the ocean*, which demands that the question be asked "Why didn't you do this over the Bering Sea? Why did you let it cross America?"

If @jaketapper were a journalist, he'd ask.

He didn't.

Tapper is not a journalist.

Here's where I'm at with this.

Even if it was a weather balloon, even if it was an accident, even if Trump did it...what's the response to this question?

It *can't* be "to avoid provoking China" because Biden shot it down anyways.

Biden can't have it both ways. https://twitter.com/jasoninthehouse/status/1622038491218726913

Jason Chaffetz @jasoninthehouse

Mr. President, what is the answer to this question?

I continue to be annoyed by online media companies skimping on the copy editors.

If you disagree, we may feud over the issue.

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