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Religious rights are Constitutional, not a popularity contest

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First Amendment protects anyone who wants to practice their religion in U.S.

By Phyllis McLaughlin

A couple things happened while I was on vacation last week really make me angry. They are national news items that have been gnawing at me for days.

First is the claim that President Obama, in a speech last week, endorsed a mosque to be built at Ground Zero, the name for the lots where the World Trade Center buildings collapsed after terrorist attacks Sept. 11, 2001.


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