Charlie Craig and David Mullins in their home in Denver on Nov. (David Zalubowski / Associated Press) This week, the U. Supreme Court will hear the case of David Mullins and Charlie Craig, a couple turned away by Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colo., when they tried to buy a wedding cake. The Colorado courts and the Colorado Civil Rights Commission found that the bakery’s actions violated the state’s law barring discrimination.
5, the Supreme Court will hear arguments about a baker who refused to make a cake for the couple's wedding.
As recently as 1990, Roanoke Valley Christian Schools in Virginia argued that it had a right to pay women less because their faith taught that men should be heads of households. They understood that religious liberty does not translate into a right to discriminate.
If the Supreme Court now accepts the cake shop’s religion argument, the decision would have far-reaching consequences.
As of 2016, there are as many as 3,000 mosques in America, with a total number of 3.3 million Muslims residing in this country. And slay them wherever you come upon them, and expel them from where they expelled you; persecution is more grievous than slaying.