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Dennis Prager Talks Indiana Religious Freedom Law

Dennis Prager Talks Indiana Religious Freedom Law


I combine a few pieces from two separate hours of his show. Some calls are included that should help in dialogue by providing some analogies. The calls are from 9:55 to 12:26. The anti-religious Left mob is in action… from Hillary Clinton to the CEO at Apple to the Governor of Connecticut. For more clear thinking like this from Dennis Prager… I invite you to visit: http://www.dennisprager.com/
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11 COMMENTS

Adam Smythe - posted on April 1, 2015 9:14 pm

Leftism isn't a political ideology, its a series of trending memes supporting worthy victims and causes that can be condensed down into a catchy hash tag. Prominence is given to causes that can cast white Christian men as a villain and ethnic, sexual minorities as the victim. As they get bored of one meme they move onto another thats yet more irrational.

Ken Ammi - posted on April 3, 2015 1:01 am

I am asking anti-RFRA activists to take the #IndianaRFRAchallenge or quit posturing. The challenge is elucidated here: http://www.examiner.com/article/indiana-rfra-challenge-to-clinton-irsay-cyrus-kutcher-cher-wilco-et-al

Karen Mayberry - posted on April 8, 2015 4:00 pm

If your religious freedom is violated by seeing others do or say things you don't agree with, and you go so far to enact laws that allow you to discriminate against people who may be different than you in order to protect your religious freedom, then you may want to reevaluate your beliefs and convictions because they are weak, at best.

If you are so easily influenced by what others are doing or you think your freedom is being violated because someone else is allowed the same freedom to do something you don't agree with, you don't need protection of your beliefs, that's not going to help. You need a backbone, some conviction, and a belief system that can't be so easily influenced by what others do, think, or feel.

Grow some nuts, in other words.

The comparison Prager makes between a religious photographer providing services for a same sex wedding and the religious couple who is offended by strippers at a friends party in an attempt to demonstrate that the religious photographer is not discriminating against gay and lesbian people by enacting laws that give them the ability to deny services to gay and lesbian "events" and discriminate against others for whatever the hell they want to under the guise of needing protection of their religious freedom is EXACTLY like the couple discriminating against strippers at the party they decided to attend, and can walk out of whenever they want and is EXACTLY the problem with religion.

I don't have a problem with freedom of anything, including your right to believe what you want. What I have a problem with is laws like this Indiana Freedom of Religion law that clearly discriminates against others human rights, to have the same opportunities as everyone else, because yet another religious group has been able to pass a law that I must now be affected by, in an attempt further their own motivations to force everyone to think like they do because they think they're "right".

Religion violates human rights consistently. It always has and it always will. It's this threat we should all be more concerned with.

Fenrir 787 - posted on April 13, 2015 10:26 pm

"Childlike personality, when confronted with something you don't agree with, will should you down."  Doesn't that explain Prager's whole career, just a screaming adolscent child who whines and whines because of something he simply doesn't like.  Talk about hypocrisy.

Fenrir 787 - posted on April 13, 2015 10:28 pm

Childish screaming is what conservatives like Prager have been doing for the last thirty years, not to mention lies.

Randy Pacchioli - posted on April 15, 2015 11:46 pm

Amen Mr. Prager. You are 100% correct. God bless.

James Livingston - posted on April 29, 2015 5:24 am

when is shit gonna go on full on children of men, between the left and right in this country??

Katie Newmeyer - posted on May 4, 2015 2:27 pm

Liberals want "freedom from religion" even though they aren't required to follow a religion.

But we as conservatives aren't allowed to have freedom of religion.

Ken Echlin - posted on May 10, 2015 3:04 pm

if you can't deal with the public, sell your business and get a job as a night watchman in an empty warehouse, you can walk around and pray to your imaginary god who brainwashed you………………how pathetic.

rickpur100 - posted on August 26, 2015 9:30 pm

Whoa – Mitt Romney at a stag party?!

The Most Interesting Man in Hyrule - posted on August 29, 2016 6:38 am

Heres what the indiana law is. Its not against gay marriage. Its not about preventing gays from getting married. Its about giving people the freedom to not HAVE to engage in a social event against their will. It doesn't mean you agree with not doing a gay wedding or marrying 2 gays. It means you don't have government FORCE religious people to play a role in the private sector in their private businesses and do something against their religion. Its a law lifting the oppression on religiius people. But people then think the oppression gets shifting onto the gays. Won't do business for your event? Just go somewhere else!! How much time do these people waste on pointless lawsuits and outrage?? Live your life and be happy!!


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