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The Day Religious Liberty Died

'Twas the gay lobby what done it.

Sam Casey sat at the head of the largest conference table in Washington and watched open-mouthed as half the room emptied, and religious freedom was grievously wounded. It happened in an instant that July day in 1999, but had been building quietly for weeks as one of the most potent left-right coalitions in the country was sundered. The recent legal and legislative history of religious freedom in America can be described in many ways, but ping-pong comes to mind.
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