Why a ‘Fairness Doctrine’ for Woke Capital Will Backfire on Conservatives

JPMorgan Chase & Co bank branch in New York in 2013. (Lucas Jackson/Reuters)
Opposing freedom of conscience is a losing strategy.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE I n his majority opinion in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, Justice Samuel Alito noted that a “corporation is simply a form of organization used by human beings to achieve desired ends.”  While some lawmakers and bureaucrats seem to think the employees and owners of corporations leave their individual rights at the door, both the Constitution and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) — the federal law that grants religious liberties beyond those in the First Amendment — say otherwise. Accordingly, based on the RFRA, the Supreme Court upheld the religious-freedom rights of corporations to opt out of a provision of Obamacare

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