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Posts Tagged ‘first amendment’

Is the Federal Creature Determined to Kill its Creator?

Is the Federal Creature Determined to Kill its Creator?

American Minute with Bill Federer The newly independent 13 States created the national government. They were concerned that it might grow too powerful, as King George's was, so they put handcuffs on it: The First Ten Amendments or Bill of Rights, ratified DECEMBER 15, 1791. Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story explained in Commentaries on [...]

2012 Victories: Schools Cannot Ban the Bible

2012 Victories: Schools Cannot Ban the Bible

MATTHEW CLARK, ACLJ This is the latest installment in a year-end series looking back at a few of the hundreds of victories by the ACLJ in 2012. All too often angry atheists and others peddling the false dogma of the so-called “separation of church and state” end up coercing otherwise good intentioned teachers and school principals into [...]

Eastern Michigan U Settles with Expelled Counseling Student

Eastern Michigan U Settles with Expelled Counseling Student

William Creeley, TheFIRE The Detroit Free Press reported on Monday that Eastern Michigan University (EMU) will pay former graduate student Julea Ward $75,000 to settle Ward's lawsuit against the university. Ward filed suit in 2009 after being dismissed from EMU's graduate counseling program for inquiring about the possibility of referring a gay [...]

A Win for Religious Freedom in Illinois

A Win for Religious Freedom in Illinois

DOMINIQUE LUDVIGSON, HERITAGE FOUNDATION On Tuesday, the state of Illinois declined to appeal a recent loss in the Illinois Court of Appeals, which ruled in late September that the state cannot force pharmacists and pharmacies to stock and dispense abortion-inducing drugs in violation of their religious beliefs. The Illinois Attorney [...]

Cooper—On the Moral Responsibility of the Press

Cooper—On the Moral Responsibility of the Press

American Thought James Fenimore Cooper returns from Europe to publish an open letter to his fellow Americans. THERE is one thing in Cooper I like, too, and that is That on manners he lectures his countrymen gratis; Not precisely so either, because, for a rarity, He is paid for his tickets in unpopularity. Now he may overcharge [...]

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