Saving Rimsha, and Ourselves

At National Review, Kathryn Jean Lopez writes about the statements the Obama administration made in the wake of the recent attacks on embassies in the Middle East. Seeing those statements as a “near-apology for the freedom of speech,” she writes, “The current administration simply doesn’t value our freedoms in quite the same way Americans used to do.” For Lopez, religious liberty is the first freedom upon which all others are based. “Without a robust sense that religious freedom is granted by the Creator, not the state, it becomes just another matter for political debate.”

Read at National Review

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