A practicing Muslim requested the presence of his imam at his execution and was told no; he’d have to make do with the prison’s Christian chaplain or no spiritual leader at all as he met his state-sponsored end. SCOTUS agreed.
This summer, SCOTUS is expected to take yet another step in declaring that false statements are protected by the first amendment — provided they’re uttered for political reasons.
Kazzy uncovers how one goes about getting a religious exemption to vaccination requirements. And it gets him thinking…
Observed: The counter people at the local post office dressed as a nun and a priest the day before Halloween. Part of me feels like that’s wrong but part of me also feels like any sort of fuss would ultimately be much ado bout nothing. Thoughts?