The political party to which Feinstein and Durbin belong is becoming increasingly open about its hostility toward people of faith and toward traditional religion. Other members of that party have filed or supported lawsuits against BYU and against other schools that seek to uphold a moral standard for on-campus conduct. In addition, look at the lawsuits involving religious freedom in which the Church has filed amicus briefs--our opponents in those lawsuits all belong to Feinstein and Durbin's party.
The honorable J Clifford Wallace served for many years with distinction as chief judge for the 9th Circuit, the most liberal circuit in the US. He was on the short list for a Supreme Court appointment more than once. Though he might have had difficulty even being confirmed to the 9th Circuit in today's political climate, he certainly distinguished himself as a respected member of the 9th Circuit and thoughtful jurist by those of both sides of the political spectrum regardless of his religious beliefs. He continues to serve today a a Senior Judge.
Feinstein said " the dogma lives loudly within you."
Both Feinstein and Durbin ought to start by looking in the mirror if they want to see dogma.
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