Opinion | "If Americans can come together in the streets to mourn the life of George Floyd, they should be able to do the same in the pews," writes
The protesters are praying with their feet. Why can’t we pray in our shuls? puts our heartfelt wishes into thoughtful words.
"The double standard and selective enforcement of epidemiological guidelines must end." A thoughtful piece by , a woman who paid a heavy price for suggesting the safe end of the lockdown, before it became politically correct to do so.
Very sensible argument from about the double standards politicians have regarding gatherings. But at the end of the day, it's the people who decide these things, not the politicians.
"If Americans can and are coming together to mourn the life of George Floyd in the streets, they can and should be able to do the same in the pews." An idea worth reckoning with from
“granting bureaucrats the power to shut down constitutionally protected areas of our lives...one of the biggest mistakes of our nation’s handling of the pandemic” ⁦⁩ - suppressing religious freedom amplifies civil destruction.Powerful
“Granting bureaucrats the power to shut down constitutionally protected areas of our lives will go down as one of the biggest mistakes of our nation’s handling of the pandemic.” My latest for ⁦