Where are they?
Where are all the defenders of separation of church and state now? Church is being hugely imposed upon; where are those willing to speak up and keep this man-made law protected? The separation of church and state is a heated issue in America today, and has been for centuries. In modern times, people have used the phrase as an excuse to try to ban religion from nearly | Read More »
School board chooses not to succumb to PC threat
The Cherokee County (GA) School Board has voted unanimously to keep their high school graduation ceremony at its current venue. Americans United for the Separation of Church and State* has threatened legal action if Cherokee County schools don’t move their commencement ceremony from the First Baptist Church of Woodstock, where the commencements have been held since 2005, to a secular venue. The organization says it | Read More »
Homosexuals Have Equal Rights to Marriage
The traditional definition of marriage, that is, the union of one man and one woman, has existed for thousands of years. The traditional purpose of marriage is to have and raise children. The traditional family, made up of a father, a mother and children, is the unit building-block of society. Society has an interest in nurturing and preserving the traditional family, as a successful | Read More »
CLS v. Martinez and the Assualt on Christianity
I just scanned through the majority opinion of Christian Legal Society V. Martinez, 08-1371 and found some very disturbing items. First, some background. In September of 2004, the Christian Legal Society applied to Hastings College of Law (part of the University of California system) to become a Registered Student Organization (RSO). Hastings denied the application because the CLS required its members and officers to sign | Read More »