Does Obama’s agenda include religious freedom?

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WASHINGTON (RNS) When the Dalai Lama came to Washington two years ago, he was feted with the nation’s highest civilian honor, the Congressional Gold Medal, as President George W. Bush and a bipartisan delegation looked on. But as the exiled Tibetan leader returns for another visit to the nation’s capital next week (Oct. 5-10), there […]

  • Marlyn

    Hail! to President Obama’s decision to sidline audience with the dalai lama. It is a very wise decision indeed and increased my admiration for the US President. Important matters in the agenda should come first before less important items such as meeting with a religeous leader…this can come much later at the President’s convenience when not pressed with other relevant and more prestigious international concerns.

    Long live President Obama!

  • Edith

    Why would he meet with a religous leader when he prefers to meet with communist Hugo Chavez, communist China and Fidel Castro. Those are the people he hails and prefers to meet with.