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ACLU Attorney: Religious Liberty Laws Could Let Husbands Hit Their Wives

An American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) attorney said Friday that Louisiana’s proposed religious liberty bill could allow husbands to hit their wives and would “dismantle the Louisiana legal system.” As reported at Nola.com, ACLU attorney Marjorie Esman said regarding husbands,

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Boy George: I’d Still Play in Indiana

Openly gay pop singer Boy George stopped by Ora TV’s Larry King Now Wednesday, where he admitted that if given the opportunity, he would play a show in Indiana, despite calls to boycott the state over the newly adopted Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

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Carly Fiorina: Apple’s Tim Cook a ‘Hypocrite’ on Religious Freedom Law

As America continues the debate over laws securing religious freedom, several of the nation’s CEO’s are taking sides. Apple’s Tim Cook, for instance, excoriated Indiana over its law. But former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina is disgusted at how business leaders like Cook are acting.


Olbermann to NCAA, NFL: Leave Indiana Over ‘Religious Freedom’ Law

On Monday’s broadcast of “Olbermann” on ESPN2, host Keith Olbermann responded to the news of Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Act, which is alleged to allow businesses to refuse to service to homosexuals according to some voices on the left. According