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Department of State Jan 16
Religious freedom is a core American value under the Constitution’s First Amendment, as well as a universal human right.
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Richard Hudson Jan 16
Today we celebrate and recommit ourselves to ensuring everyone has the right to freely exercise their religion without obstruction or persecution.
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Senator Ted Cruz Jan 16
The American Founders knew from firsthand experience that liberty can only exist when men and women are free to practice their faith without fear and without interference. May we always cherish their example and continue to safeguard the 1st Amendment. Happy !
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Amandaaahhh! Die! Bert! 🎃🖤🐦☕️🍷🧙🏻‍♀️🧛🏻‍♀️🐍 Jan 16
Wow, this hashtag is a real shithouse
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Tom Emmer Jan 16
Over 200 years ago, our ancestors fled from religious persecution believing that freedom is a God-given right, not a gift from government. Our Founding Fathers codified this in the Bill of Rights. On , let us commit to protecting this cornerstone of our nation
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Rep. Tom Garrett Jan 16
On , we renew our commitment of the fundamental American principle of
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Senator Roy Blunt Jan 16
Our nation was founded on the principle of religious freedom - the 1st freedom in the 1st Amdt to the Constitution. Today, we honor that unique aspect of our nation’s history & recommit ourselves to ensuring it remains protected
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American Atheists Jan 16
It's getting harder and harder to tell the satire from the actual religious people.
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Simeon Peebler Jan 16
I agree. I am in a church called "Remove Trump From Office"; would you believe the Government continues to be persistent about oppressing my religion? Shout out to other possible members of RTFO, , ,
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Jeff Fortenberry Jan 16
Today marks Religious Freedom Day, when we celebrate our Constitutionally-guaranteed right to practice our chosen faiths. This is especially significant now as religious minorities across the world are facing horrific persecution and genocide.
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ARCHBISHOP Dr. Mbulelo Dyasi(Fighter) Jan 22
Prophets must not forget Cape Town water crisis and impact of climate change.
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Aykan Erdemir Jan 16
Today is the anniversary of Virginia General Assembly‘s adoption of Thomas Jefferson‘s landmark Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom in 1786, a landmark development with far reaching implications not only for Virginia or the US, but also for the world.
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Sebastián Contreras Jan 16
Replying to @MarkDice
That , you sound like this: "I advocate for religious freedom as long as that religion is my brand of christianity"
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Andrew L. Seidel Jan 16
On we celebrate a 232-year-old law the enshrines an American principle: religious freedom. That law is still relevant to debates today, over gay wedding cakes and funding the repair of churches. But most importantly, religious freedom is not absolute.
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Chip Uni Jan 16
"Religious freedom" doesn't include restricting people who are not part of your religion.
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Emily Miller Jan 16
Did Common Core eliminate teaching the Bill of Rights in schools? Disturbing how many people don’t understand the meaning of separation of church and government.
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Americans United for Life Jan 16
The First Amendment right to free speech extends to all Americans – including pro-life, religious medical professionals who don’t believe in abortion!
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Catholics for Choice Jan 16
The Trump admin. is trying to turn religious freedom into a license to discriminate. On we stand up for the religious freedom that allows everyone to love who they love, choose if and when to have children, and practice any faith or no faith at all.
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U.S. Embassy in UB Jan 16
In honor of National , organized an interfaith discussion focused on status & an individual’s right to choose their own belief in , and the ways youth can contribute to religious tolerance in society.
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Michael Wear Jan 16
Today, Dems could condemn global religious persecution or positively affirm 1st Amendment. Heck, a day after they were quoting King, they could say on that religious people are welcomed to bring their whole selves into the public square. Instead we get this.
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