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June 30, 2014 4:14 PM

Philip F. Cardarella: JFK’s promise to separate his religion from running a nation is abused by today’s Catholic Supreme Court majority

Let us set aside for a moment the utter absurdity of the idea that a corporation — a soulless legal fiction created by the state solely to insulate individuals from personal liability — can have a “right” to a religion — any more than such a corporation has a “right” to exercise unregulated free speech by secretly dumping millions into our political system.

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