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-Atheists Suing Congress for Right to Give a ‘Prayer’?

Friday, May 6th, 2016

Atheist activists are suing Congress for the right to give an opening prayer they don’t even believe in? Here’s the story from the Blaze: Atheist activists are suing Congress, with the Freedom From Religion Foundation filing a lawsuit on Thursday over the claim that one of the secular group’s co-presidents was banned from giving an […]

-New Congress Heavily Religious?

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

According to recent Pew Research, the new 2015 Congress may be far more ‘religious’ than average America. 92% of the member of the incoming Congress claim to be Christians including 57% who are affiliated Protestants  while nearly 31% are Catholics. The new Congress also includes 28 Jews, 16 Mormons, 2 Muslims, 2 Buddhists, 1 Hindu […]

-US Supreme Court Questions Legality of President Obama’s Recess Appointments

Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

         (Photo credit: Wikipedia) In a case involving A decision by the National Labor Relations Board, the SCOTUS is finally looking into the legality of several recess appointments made to the board by President Obama. From the Citizen Link: U.S. Supreme Court justices on Monday sounded skeptical concerning President Obama’s recess appointments. The president made […]

-Senate to Consider UN Treaty That Overrides Parental Rights and American Law

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

                                (United Nations logo: Wikipedia) The US Senate will soon vote again on a UN treaty that could override American law and parental rights. Last year it failed to receive the necessary 2/3 vote. Hopefully that will be the case once more. Here’s the story from Citizen Link: The U.S. Senate will consider, again, a […]

-UPDATE: Navy Reverses Policy on ‘Gay Marriages’

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

                                                (Image via Wikipedia) The U.S. Navy rescinded its new policy of allowing chaplains to perform "same-sex marriages" on bases when the ban on homosexuality (DADT)  in the military is lifted. According to reports, more than 63 members of Congress complained that the new policy would violate the federal Defense of Marriage Act which is […]