North Carolina Judge Rules Against State’s Religious and Constitutional History
“A federal judge in North Carolina has ruled that commissioners in one local county can’t present prayers only in Jesus’ name even if they all are Christians because doing so isn’t ‘nondiscriminatory’ toward other religions and elevates Christianity in government.” If this is true, then the United States Constitution as
Atheist Organization Attacks Governor Scott Walker for Bible Tweet
Whatever happened to “freedom OF religion”? According to the Freedom FROM Religion Foundation (FFRF), it does not exist. The latest anti-God tyranny concerns a Twitter post by Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin. Here it is. Get ready. It’s ominous. It’s devastating. — “Philippians 4:13.” That’s it. Gov. Walker didn’t even
Atheists Demand Massachusetts High School Revise its State’s History
The atheist organization The Freedom From Religion Foundation is demanding that the Wayland High School band “stop playing ‘God Bless America’ at school functions because it violates separation of church and state.” The Massachusetts’ school officials are ignoring the group’s threats, and for good reason. First, the First Amendment prohibits
Is It Constitutional to Pray in ‘Jesus’ Name’?
Commissioners from Forsyth County in North Carolina appeared before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit to appeal a District Court’s decision to bar commissioners from opening public meetings with prayers prayed in Jesus’ name. The ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State argued (naturally)