The U.S. Supreme Court is considering a new case related to school prayer. This story began in 2015 when high school football Coach Joe Kennedy got on his knee at mid-field after a game and thanked God quietly. Some of the players voluntarily joined him in this huddle.
Posted in Education
Tagged "Memorial and Remonstrance", Americans United for Separation of Church and State, Coach Joe Kennedy, Darrell White, First Amendment, First Liberty, First Liberty Institute, football, George Washington, James Madison, Judge Darrell White, Rachel Laser, religion-free zones, school prayer, U.S. Supreme Court
By God’s grace, the American experiment has lasted for 232 years now, since the Constitution went into effect on April 30, 1789. Every political leader that is sworn in agrees to uphold the Constitution.
But now in our day of rampant political correctness, of Marxist revisionism, of “egg shell plaintiffs,” of “safe spaces,” of “hate speech” (which is often just the other guy’s opinion), even the Constitution has recently been labeled as “harmful.” It might offend someone.
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Tagged "harmful content", Campus Reform, Constitution, Dan Crenshaw, Federalist, George Washington, James Lankford, James Madison, John Witherspoon, Marxist, National Archives, Ophelie Jacobson, Peter Lillback, Thomas Sowell, William Gladstone
I recently read a very interesting, and brave, editorial from Bill Donohue of the Catholic League. It appeared on AFA’s national news service - One News Now. He points out the contradiction in the efforts to remove statues all across America because of how the culture now views the words or actions of certain individuals which can often cloud how they are remembered today for their larger contributions.
Posted in Sexuality
Tagged Abraham Lincoln, ACT-UP, Barack Obama, Bill Donohue, Brenda Howard, Catholic League, Christopher Columbus, Communist Party, George Washington, Gilbert Baker, Harry Hay, Harry Truman, Harvey Milk, Larry Kramer, Martin Luther King, Mattachine Society, NAMBLA, One News Now, Pride month, Theodore Roosevelt
The idea of expanding the size of the U.S. Supreme Court, also known as “court packing,” has surfaced once again, as it did after the Brett Kavanaugh appointment. Often mentioned is a proposal by Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of University of California Berkeley’s Law School. He favors increasing the size of the court to 13 instead of its current nine. There are other calls for a larger court, such as those produced by organizations like “Take Back the Court” and “Demand Justice.”
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Tagged Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Andrew Johnson, court packing, Donald Trump, Erwin Chemerinsky, George Washington, Jimmy Carter, Judiciary Act of 1789, Judiciary Act of 1869, SCOTUS, U.S. Supreme Court, University of California-Berkeley, William Henry Harrison, Zachary Taylor
Everyone is scratching their heads trying to figure out what has gone wrong when disturbing stories break of more attacks by young men killing strangers at random. We are reeling as a nation in the wake of these mass shootings and wondering what has gone wrong.
Our cultural elites have led us down a path of unbelief, and now we are reaping the consequences.
Posted in Faith, Marriage/Family/Culture
Tagged Benjamin Franklin, Bill Clinton, Brothers Karamazov, French Revolution, Fyodor Dostoevsky, George Washington, Gouverneur Morris, Jerry Newcombe, John Winthrop, Madalyn Murray O’Hair, Robert Charles Winthrop, Voltaire, William J. Murray
U.S. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-Ny), the darling of the new socialist Democrats in this country, recently referred to the three branches of government. She said, they are the White House, the U.S. Senate, and the U.S. House of Representatives. John Roberts, call your office.
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Tagged Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, American history, Bernie Sanders, George Washington, History, James Madison, John F. Kennedy, Karl Marx, Marilyn Monroe, Mel Gabler, Norma Gabler, Peter Lillback, Samuel Adams, Thomas Jefferson, U.S. Constitution, Wall of Misconception, Woodrow Wilson, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
An Illinois lawmaker’s bill to publicly display the motto “In God We Trust” in public schools is the latest challenge to the secularism that is the status quo in many public schools across the country. Though displaying the motto would not be mandatory, State Representative Darren Bailey (R-Xenia) says his legislation (HB 341) would encourage a return to Christian principles: “As a God-fearing Christian, I believe that the lack of such is the problem in our country today.”
This bill has three co-sponsors in the Illinois House thus far: State Representatives Andrew Chesney (R-Freeport), Chris Miller (R-Robinson) and …
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Tagged Andrew Chesney, Brad Halbrook, Chris Miller, Danbury Baptist Association, Darren Bailey, Garrett Epps, George Washington, Hemant Mehta, In God We Trust, Jefferson County, Roger Williams, Thomas Jefferson
The father of our country understood something important about education—and we would do well to heed his wisdom today
Here was the headline: “Soros Shifts $18 Billion To Foundation He Uses To Fund Left.” That is not a typo. $18 billion with a B. This guy is serious about seeing Leftism advanced. The facts about that “shift” of dollars are presented by Aly Nielsen at NewsBusters.org.
By now, most people who follow politics are aware of George Soros and his generous funding of radical Leftist issues and organizations around the world.
Here are the opening paragraphs of Nielsen’s article:
Left-wing financier George Soros just nearly tripled the size of his foundation by adding an additional $18
America is not like most other nations around the world. We have a different history and heritage. America is a nation that was founded on prayer. That is something we should not forget during this election year.
A History of Prayer in America
In December of 1621, Gov. William Bradford and the Pilgrims in Massachusetts called for a day of thanksgiving and prayer to Almighty God for His provision and protection.
During the Revolutionary War, Congress issued a total of 15 official proclamations, calling for times of fasting and prayer.
On the celebration of the first national Thanksgiving Day, President …
There are a number of Americans of which every young boy and girl should learn. George Washington, Abigail Adams, Sam Houston, Frederick Douglass, Theodore Roosevelt, and Louis Zamperini. Zamperini (or “Zamp” to his friends) first achieved celebrity as track athlete in the 1932 Berlin Olympics. A head-strong young boy from Torrance, California, Zamp came out of nowhere to place 8th overall in the 5,000m event.
In 1943, as 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Air Force, his bombardier was shot down over the Pacific, more than 800 miles away from Hawaii. The survivors of the crash drifted in their survival …
The Democratic Party and liberal pundits are trying to make the case that because Mitt Romney is extraordinarily wealthy, he can’t relate to the struggles of average or economically disadvantaged folk; and if he can’t relate to their struggles, he doesn’t care; and if he doesn’t care, he is unworthy of the office of president.
History demonstrates that that argument fails miserably.
In 2010, the Wall Street Journal published a list of the inflation-adjusted net worth of past American presidents. Some of our finest presidents and some presidents that the Left love were also men of considerable means. Some inherited …
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Tagged Andrew Jackson, Ben Nelson, Bill Clinton, Carolyn Maloney, Claire McCaskill, Dianne Feinstein, Dwight Eisenhower, Frank Lautenberg, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, George Washington, Herb Kohl, James Madison, James Monroe, Jared Polis, Jay Rockefeller, Jeff Bingaman, John Adams, John F. Kennedy, John Kerry, John Quincy Adams, Kay Hagan, Lloyd Doggett, Mark Warner, Mitt Romney, Nancy Pelosi, Nita Lowey, Richard Blumenthal, Shelley Berkeley, Ted Kennedy, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, Tom Harkin