Post Tagged with: "ACLU"

Rev Jacob Duché leading in prayer at the first Continental Congress, 1774

South Dakota AG Responds to ACLU Attack on Religious Freedom

On March 16, 2016, the South Dakota Attorney General held a community meeting inviting the press and the community in order to provide an update on the death and financial investigation into the Gear Up program. Prior to beginning the meeting, a pastor opened with a general prayer. The ACLU has characterized the prayer as a constitutional violation.

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ACLU Threats: Obstacles or Opportunities

ACLU Threats: Obstacles or Opportunities

Do you find yourself discouraged over the sheer volume of battles we face as progressives continue to interfere in so many areas of our personal and public lives? Education, property rights, marriage…the list is long. Many Tea Party and Liberty Groups are losing members who are weary of not seeing the changes they desire. It’s just too hard, they say. There are just too many obstacles to overcome. Let me ask a question: Have you ever considered obstacles may be opportunities in disguise?

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Photo credit: Dmitry Rozhkov

For Whom the Bell Tolls

Five hundred years ago, the British poet, John Donne, said “…therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; It tolls for thee.” Our culture would do well to reflect on the truth of Donne’s observations. The ACLU is correct when they say that undermining the rights of one vulnerable group undermines the rights of us all. Would that they actually believed it.

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Muslim Infiltration in Public Education

Muslim Infiltration in Public Education

In light of the attacks on and after 9/11, you would think the current administration would use a little prudence if they were sincerely concerned about a radical Muslim threat. Interestingly enough, in recent years American public schools have been indoctrinated with the Muslim religion. Studies have shown over 500 historical errors in public school textbooks, giving an Islamic slant to our youth.

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