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-Air Force Officer Cleared in ‘Open Bible’ Complaint

Wednesday, August 24th, 2016

The Air Force officer that was in trouble over having an open Bible on his desk has been cleared of any wrong doing. Here’s the story from Todd Starnes: An Air Force major, who was accused of civil rights violations for having a Bible on his work desk, has been cleared of any wrongdoing, according […]

-Atheists Sue KC MO Over Baptist Convention?

Friday, August 19th, 2016

                     (Kansas City Mo: Wikipedia) It is routine for cities to spend ‘tourist’ tax dollars (usually raised through a special extra city tax charged for hotel rooms) in attracting and accommodating major conventions. The National Baptist Convention USA  has scheduled a major  conference in Kansas City MO for September which will bring at least 10,000 […]

-California Mandated Abortion Coverage Includes Churches?

Friday, October 24th, 2014

It started as a mandate that would force religious institutions and universities to include Insurance coverage for elective abortion. Now the state appears to be including churches in their new abortion mandate even if it is contrary to the stated beliefs of that religious organization? Here’s the story from the Blaze: A recent regulatory change […]

-Supreme Court to Consider Case on Public Prayer

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

                         (U.S. Supreme Court building: Wikipedia) On Wednesday the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in the case of  Town of Greece (NY) v. Galloway which is all about whether prayers should be allowed in public governmental meetings. From The Blaze: Town of Greece v. Galloway involves a dispute over invocations at town board meetings […]

-California: Christians Arrested for Reading the Bible in Public Found ‘Not Guilty’

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

                     (Photo credit: knowhimonline) In April 2011 several Christians were arrested for reading the Bible out loud in front of a California DMV office in Hemet CA. Here’s a link to my original article on this story. Now a judge has found them ‘not guilty’ of the charges that they were do so without a […]

-This Week’s Cross Story: Steubenville, Ohio

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

From the Christian Post: The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), based in Wisconsin, has claimed a victory in its case against the city of Steubenville in eastern Ohio after officials agreed to drop religious symbols from the community’s official logo. The Steubenville logo, which had been designed by local businessman Mark Nelson in 2011, featured […]

-Another Day Another Cross in the Cross-Hairs

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

(Image-Enterprise News.com) Another day another battle over a cross somewhere in America. All supposedly a Constitutional church-state issue. I haven’t posted on one of these battles for at least a week so here’s this week obligatory offering. This cross is in  Middleborough, Massachusetts and was dedicated in 1959 as a ‘non-denominational’ symbols for all faiths […]

-Court: Colorado Day of Prayer is Unconstitutional

Saturday, May 12th, 2012

           Colorado highlighted (Photo credit: Wikipedia) From the Denver Post: The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that governors’ proclamations of a state Day of Prayer violate the Constitution’s provisions for religious liberty. When the state sponsors the particular religious practice of prayer, the three-judge panel found, it sends a message that those who pray […]

-RI: Massive Rally Supporting WWII Cross

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

(Image Credit: WPRO) From the Chippewa Herald: An estimated 1,500 people _ many of them veterans _ turned out Wednesday in the Rhode Island city of Woonsocket to defend a war memorial topped with a cross whose constitutionality is being challenged by an atheist group. Speaking before a crowd of people bearing crosses of their […]

-UPDATE: 2nd Circuit Rules that the Stay only Applies to One NYC Church

Sunday, February 19th, 2012

                                         (Image via Wikipedia) We reported on Friday that the 60 churches meeting in NY City public schools had received a stay from U.S. District Court and could temporarily continue where they were. later in the day, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the stay issued by the District court would only apply […]