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On Why can Mozilla have corporate convictions but not Hobby Lobby?

We are disturbed that Mr. Eich is not shown the same courtesy and freedom to his views on marriage or any other moral topic as his dissenters feel they are entitled to. more »

By Curt and Laurie F. - Apr 5, 2014

On Why can Mozilla have corporate convictions but not Hobby Lobby?

Eich was part of Mozilla’s top management for 16 years, 6 after he exercised his God-given right and First Amendment guaranteed right to express it by campaign contribution or otherwise, so it is disingenuous to allege that he was out of the mainstream of their or US culture (Obama expressed the same opinion in 2008 when this contribution was made), etc. more »

By Peter S. Chamberlain - Apr 5, 2014

On Why can Mozilla have corporate convictions but not Hobby Lobby?

The idea “thou shalt marry and be given in marriage” is corrupt and degenerate, which is an impossible immortality of a kind (i.e., eternal love), but not of the persons of men. more »

By Winston Blake - Apr 5, 2014

On Why can Mozilla have corporate convictions but not Hobby Lobby?

I had the honor of viewing the movie “God’s Not Dead” yesterday. It might behoove those at Mozilla & other “strong arm” corporate bullies to see this beautiful movie. more »

By Becky Hare - Apr 5, 2014

On Why can Mozilla have corporate convictions but not Hobby Lobby?

Very interesting indeed ... This country is far from perfect and is desperately trying to heal all the while the liberal groups keep picking the scab off the wounds ... more »

By John B - Apr 5, 2014

On Why can Mozilla have corporate convictions but not Hobby Lobby?

We need people in this country to start standing up to bullies.  There is a small percentage of people who are homosexuals, and only a fraction of these people are aggressive about pushing their beliefs on others. more »

By Glenn - Apr 5, 2014

On Why can Mozilla have corporate convictions but not Hobby Lobby?

There is no mystery about this.  You individually, or a corporate entity has every right to have core convictions that drive its actions, provided, that these core convictions are approved and sanctioned by the militant homosexual leadership, which now polices “free” speech in this country. more »

By Mike - Apr 5, 2014

On Why can Mozilla have corporate convictions but not Hobby Lobby?

I am seriously considering boycotting the use of Mozilla (which I have used regularly for some time) as my Internet browser, because of their shabby treatment (non-support) of their new CEO Brandon Eich. more »

By Tom McDougall - Apr 5, 2014

On Why can Mozilla have corporate convictions but not Hobby Lobby?

The irony of Mozilla’s actions is that they have committed an act of bullying, created a hateful workplace environment and forced an employee’s resignation, based upon that employees religious values and beliefs. more »

By Raul B - Apr 5, 2014

On Why can Mozilla have corporate convictions but not Hobby Lobby?

Thanks for posting this.

By Claudia Watkins - Apr 4, 2014

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