Despite incessant political rhetoric from leftists demonizing the Koch Brothers, a popular target of jugglers and hippie activists alike, short-sighted individuals remain willfully blind in failing to recognize benefits associated with their philanthropic activities designed to foster entrepreneurship, education, human services, at-risk youth, arts and culture, and medical research.
As the oppressive boot of big government presses down ever more firmly upon the neck of American’s religious liberties, a ruling regarding an HHS Mandate challenge (dubbed ‘Big Brothers vs. Little Sisters’ by David Limbaugh) will be announced by the U.S. Supreme Court as early as June 2014.
Here’s an excerpt from preservereligiousfreedom.org in opposition to the HHS Mandate:
This lawsuit is about an unprecedented attack by the federal government on one of America’s most cherished freedoms: the freedom to practice one’s religion without government interference. It is not about whether people have access to certain services; it is about whether the government may force religious institutions and individuals to facilitate and fund services which violate their religious beliefs…
Irrespective of one’s particular religion (or lack thereof), the observance that big government is wantonly flexing its ideological might in circumvention of our constitutionally enshrined rights – our First Amendment liberties – should concern every citizen. Support the Little Sisters of The Poor – an international Roman Catholic Congregation of Religious Sisters.