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dailcallersquarecom The Daily Caller

July 8, 2014

“What Did Oklahoma Do To Incur The Wrath Of Satan And His Minions?” The state of Oklahoma has lately become a haven for satanism and the dastardly, sinister ways of satanists for some reason. In the latest example of this trend, a satanic group has announced plans to hold a satanic “black mass” at a city-owned theater in downtown Oklahoma... [Read more...]

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July 6, 2014

“NY Times Blasted for Allowing Atheists’ Full-Page Anti-Catholic Ad in Response to Hobby Lobby Case” The New York Times is being criticized for having double standard by allowing a full-page ad by the Freedom from Religion Foundation against the Catholic Church in response to the Hobby Lobby decision, while the newspaper had rejected... [Read more...]

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July 3, 2014

“NY Times Allows Atheists’ Full-Page, Anti-Catholic Ad; Rejected ‘Anti-Muslim’ Ad in 2012” On Thursday, the Catholic League’s Bill Donahue slammed FFRF for “trotting out the old canard that Catholics are not independent thinkers” (MRC President Brent Bozell is on the Catholic League’s board of advisers).... [Read more...]

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July 1, 2014

(Houston, TX) “High Court Upholds Freedom of Religion, Speech” The U.S. Supreme Court deals a blow to both Obamacare and organized labor. Bill Donohue at the Catholic League calls it not only a win for religious freedom, but all Americans. “Even for people of no faith, they have to realize the government has no right to sit in judgment... [Read more...]

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July 1, 2014

“How Hobby Lobby Ruling Could Impact Catholic Non-Profits” Catholic League President Bill Donohue says the ruling means the Obama administration cannot ‘run roughshod over the religious liberty rights of Americans.’ “If the Obama administration has exempted over 100-million Americans already, then, people of faith wonder why do we... [Read more...]

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June 30, 2014

“Religious Freedom Advocates: ‘Justice Has Prevailed’ in Hobby Lobby Case” The Supreme Court’s ruling in the Hobby Lobby case was met with relief and elation by advocates of religious freedom, who hailed the 5-to-4 decision as an important victory for business owners’ First Amendment rights while lamenting its limitations. The ruling... [Read more...]

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June 30, 2014

“A defeat for ‘Big Abortion’s manipulative agenda’: Pro-life groups react to Hobby Lobby decision” Rep. Diane Black, R-TN, is the author of just such a law: H.R. 940, the Health Care Conscience Rights Act. She said the government “should never require forcing people to choose between coverage and their conscience, and I will continue... [Read more...]

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June 30, 2014

“Reactions to Supreme Court Decision on Hobby Lobby” Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, issued the following comment on the ruling. “Today’s victory is welcomed by true advocates of the First Amendment. However, because of the unremitting hostility this administration has shown to religious... [Read more...]

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June 27, 2014

“Jenny McCarthy, Sherri Shepherd out at ‘The View’ as shake-up continues” Looks like the “The View” is going to have to practically start from scratch next season: Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy (two of the three remaining co-hosts) confirmed Thursday night that they are exiting the ABC daytime talk show. McCarthy’s short tenure... [Read more...]

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June 26, 2014

“Pro-life forces consider next step in free-speech fight” An organization whose chief waged a 28-year battle against abortion forces over issues such as sidewalk counseling praised the U.S. Supreme Court decision Thursday that overturned a Massachusetts censorship law on First Amendment grounds. Bill Donohue of the Catholic League warned... [Read more...]

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