History for some is a matter of personal convenience, undisturbed by reality.
During an era when the British Empire had spread its influence to all corners of the globe, lining their pockets with wealth and ancient artifacts, it is perhaps comic retribution that one of Britain’s most enduring imperial-era legacies in Central America is what we remember from a bumbling English novelist and failed spy.
There’s a reason they say people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones; and the recent bombardment over the seven-foot statue of Baphomet that the satanists want to put up in the Oklahoma state capitol is one of them.
True liberty must protect both the right to freely adhere to religious tenets and the right to freely deny them.
If God Himself, even at the cost of the cross, wouldn’t trample on our “religious” freedom, then how dare any human institutions, such as a government?
Why should American Muslims be the subject of secretive investigations and surveillance if their religious values and practices do not threaten American democratic values?
Jehovah’s Witnesses have been victims of persecution in many countries, Canada and the United States among them.