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-Federal Judge: Ban on Women Going Topless in Public is Unconstitutional

Thursday, February 23rd, 2017

A federal judge has declared that a ban on Women going topless in public is ‘unconstitutional.’ Here’s the story from Fox News Denver: A federal judge has ordered the city of Fort Collins (CO) to stop enforcing a policy that bans women from showing their breasts in public. It started with one woman asking, "If […]

-Poll: ‘Offensive’ Speech Should Not Be Protected?

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

According to the US Constitution, free speech is still protected in this country. Last week hundreds of students at Berkeley (U of CA) disagreed and rioted to block a scheduled visit by a conservative who they considered to be a purveyor of ‘offensive’ speech. Ironically, over 50 years ago students at the same institution initiated […]

-A $1,000 Tax on The 2nd Amendment and Possible Applications to Religious Freedom?

Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

There is a new trend in America started by those who oppose the second amendment and gun ownership. The idea is to tax the 2nd amendment out of practical existence. One American jurisdiction recently passed a $1,000 tax on the purchase of a gun and some cities like Seattle, Washington have already added an additional […]

-Kansas: Grow a Garden Get Your House Raided by Swat?

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

                      (Image Source: Wikipedia) Here’s a scary story coming out of Kansas. A family’s numerous trips to a gardening store to get supplies for their home garden and tea leaves in their trash marked them out to police observers as possible marijuana growers and culminated in a search warrant and a raid of their family […]

-“In God We Trust”: The Controversy Over the US Motto Continues

Thursday, August 6th, 2015

(Image via Greenup Co. Sheriff’s Office/Facebook) The Greenup Co. Sheriff in Kentucky has added the national motto to the back bumper of their police cars causing a controversy among outsiders. Some are saying that it violates the so-called ‘separation of church and state.’ From the Blaze: A Kentucky sheriff has made a bold move in […]

-High School Student Suspended for Sharing His Faith?

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

A high school senior in Everett, Washington has been suspended three times and faces potential expulsion for sharing his Christian faith. Here’s the news release about this case from the Pacific Justice Institute: A new lawsuit filed this week in Seattle federal court challenges what attorneys are calling “egregious” speech restrictions in an Everett high […]

-Federal Court Affirms ‘In God We Trust’

Thursday, May 29th, 2014

                               (In god we trust: aaronvandorn) On Wednesday a federal court upheld the use of our national motto: ‘In God We Trust.’ Here is the story from the Citizen Link: A federal appeals court said today that our national motto, “In God We Trust,” does not infringe on anyone’s First Amendment rights. A group of […]

-US Supreme Court: Prayer at Government Meetings Historically Constitutional

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

                                  (US Supreme Court building:  Wikipedia) On Monday the US Supreme Court affirmed that prayers given at government meetings continue to be constitutional just like they have been for over 200 years in the history of the American republic. Here’s the story from Citizen Link: After more than five years of legal battles, the nation’s […]

-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 […]

-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 […]