“How can you write about the Hobby Lobby case…”

“…without mentioning the Religious Freedom Restoration Act?” You can if you’re Jeffrey Toobin at the New Yorker, busy stroking your readers’ presumed ideological prejudices. [Ann Althouse, and followup on an unsatisfactory correction]

P.S. From Prof. Michael McConnell, a much better article.

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  • Writing goes much easier when you’ve chosen your conclusion before you examine the facts.