Attorney General Jeff Sessions : “made restoring the rule of law our top priority”
Religious liberty is an inalienable right, and at the president’s direction, we issued legal guidance on how to properly interpret and apply legal protections for religious liberty. And it is not just freedom of worship: we do not give up our religious freedom when we are at work, when we interact with the federal government, or any other time we participate in society.
We do not give up our rights when we go to school, either. This Department is standing up for those whose rights have been violated on campus, including supporting a lawsuit by one young man who was punished for discussing his faith outside of his school’s tiny “free speech zone.” And we are examining a case where Asian-American students allege racial discrimination in one university’s admissions.
In 1776, Thomas Paine wrote that “in free countries, the law ought to be king.” Under this administration, the Department of Justice is serving the American people by following the laws they have duly enacted—and we are just getting started.
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Let us hope so.
Let us hope so with diligent prayer.
Let us hope so with diligent prayer that Attorney General Jeff Sessions notices how Governor Jay Inslee of Washington State and King County of Seattle Prosecutor Dan Satterberg have crushed the rule of law. Destroying everyone’s freedom but those they prejudicial select.
The lips of the righteous know what is fitting, but the mouth of the wicked only what is perverse. (Proverbs 10:32)
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