CALIFORNIA’S MANDATORY STATE RELIGION

CALIFORNIA’S MANDATORY STATE RELIGION
By Joel Kotkin
In a state ruled by a former Jesuit, perhaps we should not be shocked to find ourselves in the grip of an incipient state religion. Of course, this religion is not actually Christianity, or even anything close to the dogma of Catholicism, but something that increasingly resembles the former Soviet Union, or present-day Iran and Saudi Arabia than the supposed world center of free, untrammeled expression.

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