There is an interesting case out of Idaho that could be a critical showdown between anti-discrimination laws and freedom of exercise of religion. At the heart of the controversy are two Christian ministers, Donald and Evelyn Knapp, who own a Coeur d’Alene wedding chapel. 592 more words
Is the former USA, now the USSA, so f*cked up that the government can force two Christian ministers to "marry" same-sex couples. According to Dr. Turley, conservative legal scholar, this is a defining moment for Constitutional law. I'll add that it's also a defining moment for the right of a so-called free people to remain free of annoying faggot pests who could easily find some faggot "pastor" somewhere to marry them. This situation p*sses me off to no end, but I'll defer to Dr. Turley's brilliant analysis of the case and recommend you read what he has to say while I try to cool off.