Supreme Court can save religious liberty for football coaches, and for all Americans

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No right is more fundamental to our Constitution than the freedom of every American to live, work and worship in accordance with his or her faith. Yet religious liberty in America has never been in greater danger than it is today. 

It seems like every few years left-wing organizations mount a new effort to purge the free exercise of religion from American society. A few years ago, they tried to force a small bakery owner to make a wedding cake for a same-sex marriage ceremony. Before that, the left sued to ban the display of the Ten Commandments on public property. Before that, they wanted to remove crosses and Christmas nativity scenes from town squares.

Now, the left is persecuting public employees who practice their faith anywhere but behind closed doors. 

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Joe Kennedy, who coached high school football in Bremerton, Washington, with his players on the field (First Liberty Institute)

This week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, a case in which high school football coach Joe Kennedy lost his job because

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