Mark Silk, at Spiritual Politics, weighs in on the ways that a concern for religious liberty can be hijacked for partisan interests, e.g., GOP talking points about radical secularists. But, he also notes the complicating factor that part of the problem with our contemporary jurisprudence comes from a Supreme Court decision rendered by that raging secularist Antonin Scalia.
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