Religious intolerance “Is it not strange that the descendants of those pilgrim fathers who Crossed the Atlantic to preserve their own freedom of opinion, have always proved themselves intolerant of the Spiritual liberty of others?” This was written in 1856 by then Colonel Robert E. Lee to his wife. Isn’t this observation valid when applied to liberals today? Their vocal and powerful, political minority has controlled the moral conversation for 40 years. The Rally for Life attend by 200,000 people was held in Washington on this the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade and was again not covered by the media or noted by liberals. Essential and inviolable rights of states to pass their own laws have been overruled; freedom of religion and moral determination has not been tolerated. When will it end?