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If you watched any of the 9/11 coverage from Ground Zero, the Pentagon, and the field in Pennsylvania, you know that this was a solemn day – a day to remember – a day to grieve – and a day […]

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It may be ten years, but the tragic events of 9/11 are still seared in our nation’s collective memory. 9/11 shook America to its core. Who could forget the pain, the suffering and the horror of what became the most […]

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This is a difficult week for millions of Americans. As the nation prepares to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the horrific attacks of 9/11, we know that this is a time of pain and suffering for thousands who lost family […]

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At a time when family and friends will gather at Ground Zero to commemorate the loss of thousands murdered in the nation’s worst terrorist attack, the remembrance likely will be even more painful for many. Why? Mayor Bloomberg says the […]

A federal court in Texas did exactly what a federal appeals court did just three months ago. Shut down a legal challenge by the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), an atheist group.   A federal judge rejected FFRF’s lawsuit targeting […]

Each year, we receive questions about graduation prayer – what’s permissible, what isn’t. Students do enjoy constitutional protections when it comes to expressing their faith.  However, when it comes to graduation, the legal landscape is anything but clear.  Court decisions […]

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