Sweet Cakes By Melissa

SCOTUS Renders Sort Of Victory For Religious Liberty

The Supreme Court on Monday lifted an order punishing a Christian baker in Oregon who refused to produce a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, telling a lower court to reconsider the dispute in light of the 2018 Masterpiece Cakeshop decision, but the SCOTUS failed to address the larger constitutional issues raised in the case. The case is No. 18-547 Klein v. Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries.

Oregon Christian Bakers File Appeal Of Same-Sex “Wedding” Fine

To force someone to do labor against their will is the very definition of slavery and that is nothing less than what the radical homosexual lobby and their secular liberal allies have been using courts across America to do.

The Dignity Czar Police State

Our colleague Mark J. Fitzgibbons has a new post up on American Thinker detailing the reign of terror that Oregon’s “Dignity Czar,” Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian, has loosed upon Christians in that state, but especially against Christian bakers Aaron and Melissa Klein, for exercising their rights of conscience and refusing to bake a “wedding” cake for a same-sex “marriage.”

Christian Bakers Face Fines, Hate; Won't Back Down

Joe Saunders, Biz Pac Review

The Oregon bakers who declined to make a cake for a lesbian couple's “marriage” have been found guilty in a state investigation of violating the women’s rights – even though the state itself doesn’t permit gay marriage.

America's Christian Slaves

New Mexico Supreme Court Justice Richard C. Bosson said Elaine and Jonathan Huguenin “are compelled by law to compromise the very religious beliefs that inspire their lives,” as “the price of citizenship.” We say if you are compelled to work against your will or to provide your talent or artistry against your will you are truly a slave.