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U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. (Image by Mark Thomas from Pixabay)

Government wants to penalize, indoctrinate those who disagree with its woke agenda

Bob UnruhThe U.S. Supreme Court on Monday “signaled support” for a Colorado web designer who is fighting that state’s biased “nondiscrimination” law that penalizes her for not violating her Christian faith, according to a report from the Hill.

At issue is the leftist state’s demand that if she does any wedding websites, she must do websites promoting same-sex “marriages.”

A related issue was decided by the court only a few years ago, but the ruling was limited in that it found Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop could not be forced into an indoctrination program by the state for refusing to promote same-sex weddings with his cake artistry. …