List/Grid Tag Archives: religious liberty

Does Praying at a Football Game Make You the Enemy of the State? The 9th Circuit Court Says Yes.

A three judge panel of the uber- liberal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against a Washington State high school football coach who prayed during football games. High School football ...

Christian Businesses Must Stand-Up to Corporate Bullying

When state legislatures start passing “Bathroom Bills” to protect people from secular-progressive political correctness, you know that our nation’s moral compass has collapsed. ...

Trampling The Constitution

Today the Supreme Court trampled the Constitution of the United States of America. No where in The Constitution is the federal government granted jurisdiction over marriage laws, nor ...

SCOTUS Ruling About Religious Liberty, Not Birth Control Pills

While the political left and the mainstream media mourn the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States today, Americans who still cherish the First Amendment have cause for ...

The Tyranny of Tolerance: How the Secular-Progressive Agenda Subverts Freedom of Conscience and Conviction

I know that the title of this article sounds like an oxymoron, thus completely contradictory. How, you may ask, can tolerance by tyrannical? Aren’t these exclusive concepts that have ...

Forced Secularization Will Destroy Freedom

I studied economics and English in my undergraduate degree, and for good reason: economics is often complicated enough to require an English degree for explanation. Nevertheless, one ...

South Carolina Stands for Freedom of Religion, Not Forced Freedom from It

I warned folks listening to “Common Cents” back in October of last year that the ACLU and the Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation were setting their sights on South ...

Fighting for the Original Intent of the First Amendment

Yesterday, lovers of liberty won a great victory in Texas, and many will never even realize it. That’s because, rather often, culture-shaping events occur in unlikely and relatively ...
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