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WILLIAMS—The City of Williams will hold two prayer sessions for National Prayer Day this Thursday, May 2nd. The first will be held at the flagpole outside City Hall on First Street at 9 am. The second prayer session will be … Continue reading
“The real object of the [first] amendment was, not to countenance, much less to advance Mahometanism, or Judiams, or infidelity, by prostrating Christianity; but to exclude all rivalry among Christian sects, and to prevent any national ecclesiastical establishment, which should … Continue reading
On Thursday, we reported that Ryan Rotela, a devout Mormon attending Florida Atlantic University, was suspended for refusing to “stomp” on a piece of paper with the name “Jesus” written on it. The professor involved in that incident, Dr. Deandre … Continue reading
Romeike v. Holder. In Germany home schooling is banned. The Romeike family were granted political asylum in Tennessee. US Attorney General Eric Holder has appealed the judge’s ruling. The case reveals how the US government regards individual rights and liberties. … Continue reading
From Ma Ko on Freedom Torch Did you ever hear a situation being described as A Purim Story? It means a crazy, mixed up series of events that do not seem to make sense, but in the end, all work … Continue reading
Historians of generations past and journalists and government school ma’ams today, tend to dismiss the seventeenth century American Puritans as somber cranks and kill-joys who, thankfully, evolved into practical and realistic Unitarian Yankees (“people who believe in one god, at … Continue reading
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Greg A. Dixon In recent years, Christians have interpreted Romans 13 as a command for unlimited submission to government by God. Many proponents of this belief have sat passively by, in the soft pews of their place of worship, while … Continue reading
NBC Connecticut is reporting that Sandy Hook Elementary school is seeking a waiver from required standardized testing that is generally used by the Department of Education to distribute funding. The News-Times of Danbury reports that board members decided the trauma … Continue reading
By Todd Starnes The Daughters of the American Revolution, one of the nation’s oldest patriotic organizations, has erased any mention of Jesus Christ in their official book, removed prayers and poems that reference Christian imagery, and directed members to refrain … Continue reading