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Judge Roy Moore Identifies Biggest Threats To U.S.

Oct 29th, 2017 | By

Judge Roy Moore WASHINGTON – Much ado has been made in recent political campaigns about identifying America’s biggest threat. Is it ISIS? Russia? China? North Korea? Actually, the greatest threats to the United States and the preservation of its freedoms come from within, Republican Alabama Senate nominee Judge Roy Moore believes.

Evangelicals Back Donald Trump; Atheists Support Hillary Clinton

Jul 16th, 2016 | By

A new survey shows evangelicals and atheists are sharply divided over which presidential candidate to support in 2016. The Pew Research Center study released Wednesday finds nearly four out of five white evangelicals back Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, while two-thirds of atheists or agnostics plan to support Hillary Clinton, the likely Democratic nominee. Each constituency makes up about one-fifth of registered voters.

Forbes Releases Statement Defending Legislative Prayer in Town of Greece v. Galloway

Nov 7th, 2013 | By

“Today [November 6] the Supreme Court considered a vital question: under what circumstances may a legislative body begin its sessions with prayer? Our nation can trace the time-honored tradition of opening legislative sessions with prayer back to the First Continental Congress. However, today the Court was asked to make a radical, unwarranted departure from the Constitution.”

Senator Rubio Defends Religious Liberty

Nov 6th, 2013 | By

I believe that part of what distinguishes America from the rest of the world is that we do not feel threatened by each other’s faiths.

The tradition of praying before meetings of governing or legislative bodies is common all across our country. In fact, it has been meaningful to me in my own career as a public servant.

‘Pledge Of Allegiance’ Threatened In Massachusetts Case

Oct 8th, 2013 | By

The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag is once again under legal threat by atheists who seem to have a phobia against the mention of God in the classroom or in public meetings.

The latest attack on the Pledge is taking place in Massachusetts. In 2010, an anonymous atheist couple sued to have “under God” removed from the Pledge because it prevented their children from saying it.