In Colorado Is Christian Speech Is Less Protected By The First Amendment Than Other Speech?

As Alliance Defending Freedom’s Kristen Waggoner so aptly put it in her closing remarks, everyone in Colorado is allowed to speak freely about same-sex marriage except those who object to it. The Biden administration’s Deputy Solicitor General Brian Fletcher even admitted during a back-and-forth with Justice Amy Coney Barrett that a website designer could object to creating a site for a Catholic organization because he disagrees with the church’s views on marriage, but could not object to creating a site for same-sex marriage because religion isn’t a protected status, while sexual orientation is.

Consider just how radical this line of reasoning is. According to the deputy solicitor general of the U.S., the government gets to determine which beliefs are worthy of protection and which ones aren’t.

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  1. While the primary definition od “religion” is “the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods,” one subset of the full definition is “a pursuit or interest to which someone ascribes supreme importance.” Under this, even atheism is a religion. Even, any other interest to which someone ascribes supreme importance is a religion.

    There is another definition I have come cope with over time, namely “a belief about a supernatural existence.” Now, uder nsuch definition, even atheism is included as it is a belief about a supernatural existence, namely none. Not to believe in God is still a belief. I find this a better and wholesomely encompassing definition.

    If we keep this it would neutralize from 1A a lot of governmental pressure. We jus need to get SCOTUS to agree to such a definition. I do sincerely think that it is more accurate than the Dictionary one.

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