The High Court ruled that the Affordable Care Act can’t make people who own Corporations choose between their business and their beliefs. Freedom is still alive, even by one vote. The Supreme Court recognized the diversity of this country. Forcing people to pay for what they sincerely believe is the termination of innocent human life is incompatible with the heritage of diversity. Even when we had a draft, we exempted people from combat that was even when national survival was at stake. This ruling preserves people’s right to choose on both sides. You have right to Ella and Plan B, but I have a right not to pay for it. America has always respected the right of people to practice their faith in their business, churches, family, and government. The Constitution bans religious tests. It prohibits laws that inhibit the free exercise of religion. It forbids setting up a state sponsored church. It keeps America from being like Europe. It is why here, religion is a source of peace and strength in public life, while in Europe it has been a source of conflict, persecution, and wars. If you use the force of arms and government to make someone violate their deepest beliefs, they will react. The Supreme Court in today’s ruling has kept the best of our traditions.