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On the Front Lines of the Culture Wars

On the Front Lines of the Culture Wars

U.S. Constitution Archives

Why won’t Louisiana let monks build caskets?

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  Is the state of Louisiana protecting the public? Or the funeral industry? On Monday, wearing his monk’s robe, Abbot Justin Brown of St. Joseph’s monastery near Covington, Louisiana, told U.S. District Judge Stanwood Duvan that his monks only want to make affordable […]

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Judge tells feds they can’t dictate how we pray

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A federal judge has told federal veterans officials that they have no business telling anybody how to pray – and must drop their ban on prayers that conclude “in Jesus’ name.” U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes told the director of […]

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British electrician refuses to remove his cross

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Colin Atkinson is a Christian. He is also an electrician who works for a non-profit group, the Wakefield District Housing in England. In his 15 years on the job, he never thought for a moment that the two would clash. But now he is […]

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Why is there a National Day of Prayer?

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“We have lost many of our freedoms in America because we have been asleep,” says Mrs. Shirley Dobson, chairman of the National Day of Prayer 2011. “I feel if we do not become involved and support the annual National Day […]

America is being transformed

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By Tom DeWeese, guest columnist America is being transformed. Americans know something is very wrong and are desperately digging for answers. Spending is out of control. Rules and regulations are enforced over every aspect of our lives. Not only can […]

Why do they despise America’s crosses?

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Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff asked the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday to intervene in a case deciding the constitutionality of memorial crosses honoring fallen state troopers.  Shurtleff requested that the high court issue an opinion on the case after the […]

There’s no Constitutional protection against being offended!

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The U.S. Constitution does not forbid the President from declaring a National Day of Prayer. That’s the ruling of the 7th U.S. Court of Appeals, located in Chicago, overturning a lower court’s ruling that found the event unconstitutional. Furthermore, the court seemed […]

Ft. Sumter reenactors open fire, kick off 150th anniversary of War Between the States

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Marking the start of 150th anniversary observances of the start of America’s War Between the States, a brilliant starburst mortar shell burst at 6:45 a.m. this morning over Fort Sumter, South Carolina. Over the next four years. reenactments and ceremonies will […]

British columnist worried Christianity becoming criminalized

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London Daily Mail columnist Melanie Phillips wrote that she was worried that Christianity is being suppressed, even criminalized. “How long will it be before Christianity becomes illegal in Britain?” she asked readers. “This is no longer the utterly absurd and offensive question […]

Jesus is not an illegal word

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A professor at the University of California at Los Angeles last spring prohibited a graduating student from saying “I want to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,” in her own graduation speech. Christina Popa says other students were permitted to have their […]

Are we headed for a God-free society?

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Chaplains working at a Florida hospice for the terminally ill were told they would no longer allowed to say the word “God” to staff members. At about the same time several police chaplains lost their jobs for praying “in Jesus name” […]

Why do they want to censor Jesus?

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Perhaps you remember Nevada high school valedictorian Brittany McComb, who last year delivered her commencement address to over 400 fellow students, families and staff. She had been warned by officials not to utter the name of Jesus in her speech. […]

Did the U.S. Supreme Court OK spending tax money on Christian schools?

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The U.S, Supreme Court has ruled in favor of an Arizona school voucher program. Critics say it violates the Constitution by directing taxpayer funds to religious schools. So, what did the court actually approve? In a 5-4 ruling, justices expanded several long-standing precedents that citizens don’t […]

Publisher puts warning to parents on U.S. Constitution

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A small publisher that specializes in reprinting classics believes the U.S. Constitution should come with a warning. Since 2008, Wilder Publishing has published this caution in its version of America’s founding document: “This book is a product of its time and does […]

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posted 7:53:12pm Sep. 28, 2011 | read full post »

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posted 10:27:30am Sep. 28, 2011 | read full post »

ACLU, Planned Parenthood combine to fight Mississippi constitutional amendment
Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union have joined forces to create the pro-abortion “Mississippians for Healthy Families” with a goal of defeating a constitutional amendment limiting abortion in the Magnolia State. Christine Dhanagom of LifeSiteNews writes that "Yes on

posted 11:55:16am Sep. 27, 2011 | read full post »

Scientists tell pollsters religion and science not irreconcilable
Are there irreconcilable differences between faith and science? Not in the opinion of prominent scientists who participated in a five-year study by Rice University. Researchers there found that only a minority of scientists questioned at major research universities say that religion and scien

posted 3:13:07pm Sep. 23, 2011 | read full post »

Wikileaks: U.S. Embassy criticized Catholic influences on Poland
U.S. Embassy officials in Warsaw, Poland, under the Obama administration complained that Catholic Church doctrine is a major source of “homophobia” in the heavily Catholic country, according to diplomatic cables released by Wikileaks. The messages from the American embassy in Poland's capit

posted 3:51:00pm Sep. 08, 2011 | read full post »

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