Please drop the drivers license bit. We determined in another discussion that this there is no truth to this story (see www.snopes.com
This clearly is a matter of balancing religeous practices with public values. It sounded like there is a consensus building that we should be tolerant of every religeon and treat all religeons equally.
Of course if members of a religion do something that is clearly against the laws or values of our culture we can and should stop that *practice*.
I understand we we would not allow someone to marry an 11 year old girl. I don't understand we can't tolerate someone whose belief won't let them wear a hat.
I guess there is a line to be drawn. It seem that the reasonable line should be between the offenses of child-marriage and hat-refusal.
Your comment about religeons who's goal is "the destruction of the Constitution" seems reactionary. There is no religion with this goal.
There are sects of Christians and Muslims with this goal. But attacking an entire religion for the beliefs of small sects in their numbers is unjust.