Last week, President Barack Obama issued a proclamation in correlation to the National Day of Prayer. While there were some uplifting parts of the proclamation, there were also some eyebrow lifting parts as well. And none more so than when he talked about the significance of religious freedom and the rights of conscience.
After all, with his ObamaCare contraception/abortifacient mandate, President Obama has done more to assail and assault the rights of conscience for religious people than any other president in American history. Forcing the closure of charities because of his allegiance to homosexuality, and forcing Christian businesses and Christian businessmen to violate their conscience by paying for abortifacients in healthcare coverage because of his allegiance to abortion, is about as aggressively hostile to the rights of conscience as a Chief Executive can be, no?
This bizarre inconsistency was not lost on the folks over at the American Family Association of Indiana. So on Monday’s show, I invited their Executive Director (and friend of the show) Micah Clark on to talk about it.
Hear the full conversation here.