Growing influence of religious groups in U.S. and Canadian politics is concerning: Persichilli
By Angelo PersichilliJan. 29, 2018
Religions, when left in the hands of fanatics, are divisive and dangerous. Instead, we must work together and vigorously debate issues that will unite us.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Donald Trump, pictured in Washington last year, are both struggling with lagging domestic popularity because of 'social issues promoted by religious groups,' according to Angelo Persichilli.
Photo courtesy of Donald Trump's Twitter account
TORONTO—I’m against the death penalty, in favour of same-sex marriage, and personally against abortion, but also support the right of women to choose. But these are my personal opinions I’m expressing in this column. Reality might be different.
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