Mennonite Owned Company Denied Religious Exemption from Contraception Mandate

I hate to keep beating a dead horse, but I’ll say it again.  When companies owned by Catholics file suit against having to comply with the contraception mandate, they win religious exemption status.  When companies owned by Protestants file suit, they are denied religious exemption status, often meeting the same criteria as the companies owned by Catholics. In the latest case, the owners of the Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp., the Hahn Family, filed a lawsuit against the federal government Read more […]

Romney gets Graham approval

On Thursday, October 11, Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, met with Rev. Billy Graham in his mountaintop home in Asheville, North Carolina. In so doing, Romney was able to check a crucial public relations event off his campaign agenda. For the last fifty years or more, acquiring an audience—and an endorsement—from Billy Graham has been a nearly mandatory step for any candidate hoping to court evangelicals for their votes. In an interesting twist of the intermingling of church Read more […]