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The U.S. Supreme Court has picked Dec. 5th  to hear arguments in the case of a Colorado baker who was accused of violating a state regulation by refusing to promote a same-sex “wedding” with his artistry.  In Colorado, a Civil Rights Commission ordered Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop to provide his customized wedding cakes to same-sex duos if he provided them to anyone. He also was told to undergo state-mandated, homosexual-rights thought training and take his staff with him. Here’s what Diann Rice, who as part of the commission ruled against Parker, said,

“Freedom of religion and religion has been used to justify all kinds of discrimination throughout history, whether it be slavery, whether it be the Holocaust . . .it is one of the most despicable pieces of rhetoric that people can use to – to use their religion to hurt others.” This same commission has ruled homosexual bakers can legitimately refuse to create a cake with a Bible verse that condemns homosexuality, arguing it offends their beliefs. LGBT activists and the State of Colorado accuse him of intolerance and discrimination, have forced him to reeducate his staff and file quarterly compliance reports with the government, and demanded that he design cakes for same-sex weddings.”

Phillips appealed, but lost in a state where a Colorado Supreme Court justice has boasted of being a “gay” activist. He contends he is protected by the First Amendment right to speak freely and to exercise his religious beliefs.  The Alliance Defending Freedom is defending Phillips,   You can find more about the case at