Characterizing Hobby Lobby as deeply religious? No, he notes that the Green family has deeply held religious convictions, not the company. Nothing controversial about that. It's a fact. But like Max points out -- and this is the crux of the post, which I find to be a compelling legal argument -- a corporation is not a person.
Hi Andre, Thanks for the kind words, Andre. And wow, that is the $64,000 question. My initial response would be to get some additional education, but of course that takes time and money--two things that probably are in short supply for many job-seekers. Perhaps it's time to get a bit entrepreneurial. With the advent of health care reform -- like it or not -- several experts have noted that it could spur a more entrepreneurial workforce, since people will not necessarily be dependent upon their employer for benefits. Or, maybe it's time to just follow your passion. I'm currently reading the book 'Wooden Boats' about people who followed their passion and are now considered master boatbuilders. I also read 'Born to Run' last year, which helped inspire me to run my first marathon--despite not being a runner. There's a job, a career and a path out there.