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Meet the insurance agent and healthcare freedom activist fighting ObamaCare -- and now the IRS.
Ohio lawmakers filed legislation this week that would protect the free exercise of religion. It would also protect them from any laws that would substantially burden their religious freedom rights. State Reps. Tim Derickson, a Republican...Show More Summary
When an innocent person is exonerated and walks out of prison, it's always a big news story. We see the tears of the loved ones, hear the stories of loss, and sort through the details of what went wrong. We see a failure in the system,...Show More Summary
At the same time as they pursue an ambitious and potentially disruptive program of economic reforms, China’s new leadership is also tightening the clamps on civic and media freedoms
Today, 75 percent of the world’s population lives in countries in which freedom of religion is highly restricted -- including many signatories of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
(NEW YORK) — Two reporters for The New York Times have sued the Department of Homeland Security after they were questioned at a New York airport as they headed to overseas assignments. The Freedom of Information Act lawsuit was filed Wednesday in federal court in Manhattan. Show More Summary
My friend Dhaya Lakshminarayanan's mother offers this comment about Nelson Mandela:"He had a long life. He was 95 and did many good things. Now in heaven maybe he and Gandhi and King will do start-up company for freedom."
Harvey Weinstein, a master at building buzz around his movies, walks a fine line in publicizing his new film, “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.”
Coming from a Eurogamer interview with Ubisoft's Wesley Pincombe... "There are some [hints], but our fans will only discover them in the future. They're in your face, but you'd have to be a hardcore fan to understand them." As for the DLC actually heading Wii U's way, we still don't know for sure. Show More Summary
Though it has already broken box-office records in South Africa, the new biopic Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom has gotten mostly middling reviews, or worse. Scott Tobias of the Dissolve wrote that this “dull, glossy, and uncomplicated...Show More Summary
There is no more shining emblem of mankind's industrious nature than the motor vehicle. From the lowly Honda Civic to the Lamborghini Aventador, cars embody not just a mode of transportation, but a sense of freedom and fun unrivaledShow More Summary
Nelson Mandela was a saint. Imprisoned for 27 years in a tiny cell for having the temerity to demand freedom, justice and equality for the black majority of South Africa. Yet, Madiba emerged in 1990 without anger or bitterness. And as its first black president, Mandela transformed his nation from an oppressive regime to one […]
Photograph By Sebastian Meyer I'm concerned about freedom of speech because it's my job, but it also concerns everybody else in general. When you put a journalist in danger, it means that before him, a whole chain of people have been touched. Show More Summary
Present religious-liberty concerns associated with same-sex marriage come in two forms. The first is the underlying message that anyone who opposes same-sex marriage does so with a desire to demean gays and lesbians. As Justice Scalia summarized United States v. Show More Summary
A piece of legislation in Ohio is causing some controversy as it aims to affect the practice of religion. The bill's proponents say it will reinforce the First Amendment's protection of religious freedom, whereas its detractors are concerned...Show More Summary
We must stay vigilant in defending our most precious religious freedoms.
Madiba, Peace at Last -- Mandela: A Long Walk to Freedom by Stephane Dunn | NewBlackMan (in Exile) Sometimes I love irony because it reminds me to pay attention to the gift of remarkable moments. So recently, I’m honored enough to host a public chat after a movie screening and the film is Mandela: A Long Walk to Freedom. Show More Summary