Religious Liberty
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January 18th, 2019
Karen Pence speaks at CPAC conf
By: David French – nationalreview.com – January 17, 2019 On the intolerant critics of the second lady Karen Pence is a believing Christian woman. She took a part-time job at a private Christian school. And this, believe it or not, is a scandal. Don’t believe me? Her job has already merited not just one, but two critical Washington Post stories....
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January 18th, 2019
Karen Pence, wife of VP Pence
By: Tony Perkins – frc.org – January 17, 2019 It was supposed to be a day celebrating religious freedom in America. Instead, liberals decided to show everyone just how much our First Freedom is at risk. For Christians, who’ve tried to warn people that these last several years were about a lot more than marriage, the attacks on Second Lady...
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January 18th, 2019
A member of an Orthodox Jewish community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
By: Kelly Shackelford – dailycaller.com – January 16, 2019 Today, Americans will pause to honor one of the core principles upon which our nation was founded: religious freedom. On January 16, 1786, the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom — the forerunner to the First Amendment penned by Thomas Jefferson — was adopted. In it, Jefferson stated that “no man shall...
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January 17th, 2019
Fight Against Religious Persecution
We must do all we can to fight against religious persecution. Ask President Trump to use the leverage of the billions we give in foreign aid to pressure governments around the world to put an end to the suffering of our Christian brothers and sisters. 
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January 11th, 2019
9-11 - Mural - Painting
By: Todd Starnes – foxnews.com – January 11, 2018 The Freedom From Religion Foundation has earned its reputation as a notorious gang of atheists, agnostics and freethinkers waging a wicked campaign against Christian symbols on public property. The Wisconsin-based group is especially fond of preying on small-town America where many communities cannot afford to fight back against their baseless legal...
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January 3rd, 2019
Bladensberg Cross - yellow flowers
By: Kelly Shackelford – baltimoresun.com – January 2, 2018 As many gathered around a Christmas tree last week, attorneys representing thousands of Americans were busy putting the finishing touches on friend-of-the-court briefs in support of the Bladensburg World War I Veterans Memorial. The “Peace Cross,” as local residents call it, is a simple cross-shaped memorial of concrete and bronze, sitting...
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December 28th, 2018
By: Joe Palazzolo – wsj.com – Dec. 27, 2018 5:39 The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of prayers during state legislature sessions and town council meetings. Now the justices may be asked to clarify the separation of church and state in a new forum: school board meetings. The high court has long held that prayer in public schools...
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December 21st, 2018
Hunt Family standing in front of St. Basil’s Cathedral
By: Todd Starnes – toddstarnes.com – December 20, 2018 Tavia Hunt, of Dallas, Texas, wanted to add a personal touch to her family’s Christmas cards this year. So she decided to create a customized stamp for her cards. Mrs. Hunt, the wife of Kansas City Chiefs chairman and chief executive officer Clark Hunt, selected a photograph that featured her family...
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December 5th, 2018
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By: Girien Salazar – faithandeducation.com – 2018 Where the NHCLC Stands on Public Education Since the inception of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC), Rev. Samuel Rodriguez and the countless prominent Hispanic Evangelicals from around the nation have stood for the “Lamb’s Agenda” not only from behind their pulpits but also in America’s public spheres. Recently, the NHCLC refined...
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November 4th, 2018
Bladensburg-Memorial
By: Liberty McArtor – stream.org – November 4, 2018 The memorial honors 49 men who died serving in WWI, but the American Humanist Association argues it is unconstitutional because of its shape. If a war memorial is shaped like a cross, is it unconstitutional? That’s what the U.S. Supreme Court will decide next year. The court announced Friday it will...
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