Religious Liberty isn't for Christians

The National Catholic Register reports that "two major banks withdrew support for a Florida scholarship program this week after deciding that the policies of some participating Christian schools were not sufficiently 'inclusive' of LGBT students.

So, let me get this straight. A Christian baker has to be forced to bake a cake for a gay wedding ceremony but a bank can pull a scholarship from a child who wishes to attend a Christian school?

I'm a little confused about this "tolerance" business?

If you ask me, it seems to me that the big secular corporations that give massive amounts of money to candidates have the constitutional right to do whatever the heck they want while the little guy, especially those icky Christians, better fall in line and fast.

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  1. One bank changed its mind and reinstated its support for the scholarship program.

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