Editorial: Trump promotes religious liberty

God bless the Trump Administration.

True to his campaign rhetoric, President Donald Trump is working diligently to reverse the oppression of the Obama presidency and restore religious liberty.

His administration recently took positive steps to stop the federal government from forcing Christian businesses to provide their employee’s mandatory health insurance to fund abortion disguised as birth control.  Abortion is murder and should be abolished in America. Obama forced companies to provide contraception despite their moral objections. Trump is not stopping women from using birth control – he is just not forcing their employers from paying for it.

“No one should be forced to choose between living out his or her faith and complying with the law,” said Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions. “Therefore, to the greatest extent practicable and permitted by law, religious observance should be reasonably accommodated in all government activity, including employment, contracting and programming.”

In another positive move, administration lawyers are battling for the rights of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a cake for a homosexual marriage. The State of Colorado contends that he broke federal discrimination laws – as set forth by Obama – and tried to run him out of business for acting on his Christian convictions. The federal government should not be able to force Christian businessmen to violate Biblical principles for the sake of political correctness, especially when it comes to facilitation of abortion and homosexuality.

Just because someone uses hormones and surgery to alter their appearance shouldn’t mean they get the special rights to trample over the moral convictions of Christians.

Like him or not, President Trump has set in motion policies in the federal government in direct contrast with the immoral actions of Barack Obama.