Southern states, and others, are similarly challenged in today's religious-political climate, to offer non-discriminatory employment opportunities to their community members.
Does more religion in the workplace hinder the freedom of secularists? "The number of religious discrimination complaints has increased by more than 50 percent in the past 15 years, and settlement amounts have more than doubled."Learn more: Religion in the Workplace: What Managers Should Know
When public officials act as representatives of their religions in efforts of establishment, they continue to
Predictions regarding how religions will adapt to the growing number of 'other' believers
It's no less than hyperbolic propagandizing in the guise of teaching to instruct that people have no expectation of refrain on
Our votes for representation in government should reflect the choices we're free to make, and the exercise of these freedoms each day.
Republican Representative Mark Walker apparently set the stage for more open discrimination in the workplace by leading his search for Democratic Representative Patrick J. Conroy's replacement as chaplain of the House of Representatives with the condition of a preference for a chaplain with children. In Why Do We Need a Chaplain in Congress Anyway, Rachel... Continue Reading →
Such religious institutions still operate divergent from their flocks in order to mingle with the secular public, rec [...]