Saturday, December 14, 2013

Local business uses religion to discriminate against Hickory Humanists

As a founding member of the Hickory Humanist Alliance (HHA), I support the group leadership's decision to not pursue legal action or publicly shame (or fame to the religious bullies) the local screen printing shop who recently refused service to our AHA chapter. This type of discrimination is never acceptable, but having to find another sign and t-shirt printer is de minimis (to HHA) when compared to some of the other current threats to religious liberty. As long as it doesn't become a pattern, I agree with HHA's decision to ignore this lone bigot and not feed his persecution complex. I trust that HHA will soon find another local printer happy to get their business (or at least a business who takes advice from an attorney instead of a pastor).

So, what are you waiting for? Go join HHA and buy the t-shirt!

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