National Review senior editor, Bloomberg View columnist, AEI Visiting Fellow. Husband of @aprilponnuru

Ponnuru: Apple's Tim Cook gets religious-freedom laws all wrong

hamptonroads.com — Tim Cook, the chief executive officer of Apple, is spreading misinformation about a new religious-freedom law in Indiana. That law and similar ones, he writes in The Washington Post, "say individuals can cite their personal religious beliefs to refuse service to a customer or resist a state nondiscrimination law."

Ponnuru: There's nothing new in Indiana's religious freedom law

denverpost.com — Posted: 04/01/2015 12:01:00 AM MDT Tim Cook, the chief executive officer of Apple, is spreading misinformation about a new religious- freedom law in Indiana. That law and similar ones, he writes, "say individuals can cite their personal religious beliefs to refuse service to a customer or resist a state nondiscrimination law."

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nationalreview.com — 1. I have a post at Bloomberg defending the new Indiana law on religious freedom from Apple CEO Tim Cook, who wrote an incendiary and misleading op-ed. 2. The Republican party seems to be responding more favorably to the new law than it did during the 2014 ragefest against a similar proposed law in Arizona.

Tim Cook Needs to Do Some Homework

bloombergview.com — Tim Cook, the chief executive officer of Apple, is spreading misinformation about a new religious-freedom law in Indiana. That law and similar ones, he writes in the Washington Post, "say individuals can cite their personal religious beliefs to refuse service to a customer or resist a state nondiscrimination law."

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Ponnuru: Starbucks isn't the place for conversations about race

hamptonroads.com — Giving up coffee for Lent has turned out to be more of a struggle than I expected, but Starbucks Chief Executive Officer Howard Schultz has given me another reason to stick with it: It means that none of his employees will try to engage me in a conversation about racial inequality.

Ponnuru: Talking about race at Starbucks sounds like hell

denverpost.com — Posted: 03/20/2015 05:00:00 PM MDT Updated: 03/22/2015 06:05:47 AM MDT Giving up coffee for Lent has turned out to be more of a struggle than I expected, but Starbucks chief executive officer Howard Schultz has given me another reason to stick with it: It means that none of his employees will try to engage me in a conversation about racial inequality.
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Mar 31, 2015

RT @KevinNR: I hate his dopey politics and his cliched social assumptions, but I still love @SteveEarle. God bless the troubled troubadour.

Mar 31, 2015

RT @michaelcrowley: The U.S. cares more about this deadline than the Iranians do, which is not a great negotiating dynamic for us.

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