Well no, the judge responded, because her faith wouldn’t allow her to do that.
The fracas has caught the attention, and outrage, of two of the major legal organizations defending religious rights in America, the Alliance Defending Freedom, which is representing Neely in her fight over basic religious liberties and against the extremism of the same-sex “marriage” advocates on the state commission, and the Becket Fund for Religion Liberty, which took up Neely’s cause in a friend-of-the-court brief.
During their tenure on the morning chat show, they had impressive ratings even throughout scandals including accusations of sweat shop conditions when it came to her clothing line and her now-late husband Frank's affair with a flight attendant.
Here’s a list of cases in which Christians have been accused of violating non-discrimination laws for following the dictates of their faith, “gay” advocates have refused to do business with Christians, homosexuals have retaliated for a business owner’s Christian stance, or an official’s First Amendment religious rights have been brushed aside: The Wyoming magistrate Activists on the Wyoming Commission on Judicial Conduct are trying to remove Judge Ruth Neely from her positions as a municipal judge and part-time magistrate for being Lutheran.
“Plaintiff was targeted and punished for expressing his Christian worldview regarding a hypothetical situation concerning whether he would provide counseling services to a gay/homosexual couple.
Since he did not give the ‘correct’ answer required by his counseling instructors, he was considered unsuitable for counseling and terminated from the program,” the lawsuit alleges.
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They knew they would be targeted by regulations in their state of Iowa if they continued, so they shut off wedding services, and their business dried up.
A university spokeswoman told WND, “We do not comment on pending litigation.” Then she commented, “We do not discriminate based on religion or any other protected classes.” The law firm explained Cash was dismissed from his M. in Counseling program after “expressing concern over counseling same-sex couples due to his religious views.
His suit claims that he is unable to be a counselor and suffers daily emotional grief and pain. The ruling from David Bunning said Davis can believe what she chooses privately.
WND has reported on the use of “Freedom of Worship” by the federal government before.
Early in President Obama’s tenure in the White House, Catholic Online and other media outlets reported what appeared to be a deliberate attack on the Constitution’s “freedom of religion” protections.