Civil Rights and religion have a dual story line.
An Unsolicited Opinion On Religious Freedom
The separation of church and state has become a moat between Christianity on one side, Secularism on the other, and alligators in the form of lawyers’ attache cases swimming in the middle.
Boy Scouts And Freedom Of Religion
It appears that in a climate where political correctness is an altar at which time tested values and laws are sacrificed like the virgins of old who were thrown to the mythical beasts in an effort to appease those savage beasts, even the United States Constitution is no longer safe.
Civil Rights And Freedom From Religion
Did the founders of our nation intend to form a government that offered special recognition to Christianity? (2nd article)
Civil Rights And Freedom Of Religion
We must question where the free exercise of a religion ends, and the government sponsoring of said religion begins. (3rd article)
Civil Rights And God
Must we, by the very definition of our founding fathers, seek to eliminate “God” from our public speech, in order to continue to uphold that which we cherish most - our civil rights? (1st article in this series)
Closeted Muslim or Sheep of Hateful Preacher
Where do the freedom to practice your religion and the duty to hold to a middle of the road, suitably whitewashed religiosity jell?
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What is wrong with a federal celebration that commemorates the birthday of one of the world’s most famous philosophers whose teachings have influenced the founding of this nation and many others, and whom some people believe to be a god?
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