There are real instances of religious discrimination. There’s no need for Jonathan Turley to go making up stories about threats to religious freedom. That’s just what he has done, however, with his dishonest and inaccurate article about United Nations Human Rights resolution 16/18.
Why isn’t Congress prepared to deal with the National Preparedness Month resolution?
Number of members of the House signed on in support of an official congressional resolution declaring “the importance of the symbols and traditions of Christmas” and supporting the insertion of references to Christmas everywhere as a way to “protect the sanctity” of a day “to
Remember how Democrats took action on Friday to pass S. Res. 252. What? You didn’t hear about this Senate resolution?
These 228 members of the House of Representatives are hypocrites who make a big show about praising the very freedoms that they then turn around and attack when they think that no one is paying attention. They voted to destroy data privacy in the USA, and now they’re voting to create National Data Privacy Day. How stupid do they think we are?
The government of Gaza, operated by Hamas, appears to be guilty of atrocities. However, the Senate resolution already addresses those problems. If the United States is to regain the international respect that the Democrats in Congress have promised they would work toward, then our government needs to deal equally with human rights abuses and war crimes. It’s time for a Senate resolution condemning Israel’s war crimes and human rights abuses as well.
Representative Edwards needs to remember that she was elected to replace Al Wynn because of the support of progressive Democrats. She needs to uphold progressive values, such as respect for the Constitution, as a member of Congress. If she continues to pander to the Religious Right with resolutions like H. Res. 1358, she could lose the support of the Democratic voters in her district, and g the way of Al Wynn.