Category Archives: First Amendment

A Congressman Publicizes His Incompetence


Rep Sam Johnson does not understand religious liberty, oaths of office, or the Constitution.
Here’s what he did to prove it… Continue reading

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Happy Religious Freedom Day


January 16, the anniversary of the adoption of a law, written by Thomas Jefferson and guided to adoption by James Madison, separating Church and State in Virginia. The template for the First Amendment protection of religion. Continue reading

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Catholic Bishops’ Contraception Coverage Argument Ridiculed By Pacifist


“Nothing is more certain than the indispensa­ble necessity of government­, and it is equally undeniable­, that whenever and however it is instituted­, the people must cede to it some of their natural rights in order to vest it with requisite … Continue reading

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Lowe’s, Bank Of America, And Others Pull Ads From Muslim Reality TV Show After Pressure


The TLC reality TV show All-American Muslim chronicles the lives of a group of Muslims in Dearborn, Michigan. The show has been well-received for its fair and realistic portrayal of the Muslim American experience in the United States. Watch a … Continue reading

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Herman Cain: First Amendment ‘Doesn’t Say People Can’t Have Religion In Government’


“[The First Amendment] says the government can’t establish a religion,” he explained.­..”It doesn’t say that people can’t have religion in government­. If you elect people who share the founding spirituali­ty of this country, you will be able to depend on … Continue reading

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National Organization for Marriage’s anti-DFL text raises questions of legality


The beliefs of those with strong religious convictions are not open to negotiation or compromise. When unbending religious convictions are applied to public policy and law, negotiation and compromise, both of which are core aspects of democracy and a free society, fall by the wayside. Without compromise, there can only be complete conformance – or tyranny. Continue reading

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