Report Helpfully Lists the Kinds of Religious Discrimination that are Still OK in America

The Family Research Council is still hard at work on their research–shaking off armed attacks like they was 50 Cent, yo. They’ve just released a report on patterns of hostility to Christians in America, chronicling “more than 600 examples illustrating what it characterized as religious animosity shown by judges, government bureaucrats, schools and secular groups.”

Here are just of few of the greatest hits:

  • Dr. Frank Turek, a Cisco employee, was fired for expressing his views on traditional marriage in his book, even though he never voiced his religious opinions at work.
  • Samantha Schulz, 8, was barred from singing “Kum Ba Yah” at a Boys and Girls Club in Port Charlotte, Fla., because the song included the words “Oh, Lord.”
  • Catherina Lorena Cenzon-DeCarlo, a nurse at Manhattan’s Mount Sinai Hospital, was forced to participate in a late-term abortion against her religious convictions, and was threatened with job termination and loss of license.

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