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August 2012 Archives

It’s a troubling pattern that we see often. An atheist group is “offended” by a statue or memorial that they consider to be offensive. They file a federal lawsuit to try to get it removed. This time, it’s happened in […]

The response has been overwhelming. We have heard from more than 190,000 Americans – including more than 150,000 online – who understand that a cross memorial at Ground Zero is a symbol of hope – a symbol that is a […]

It’s amazing. With social media dominating the Olympic Games in London, athletes have no shortage of ‘tweets’ they are sending. For some, it’s gotten them into deep trouble with offensive ‘tweets’ that resulted in removing them from competition. But there’s […]

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