Category Archives: Religious Freedom

Texas Judge Victorious Over Atheist Group in Prayer Dispute

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Texas Judge Victorious Over Atheist Group in Prayer Dispute Fred Lucas / August 16, 2016 Judge Wayne Mack, a justice of the peace in Montgomery County, Texas, recalls several people  telling him they were initially worried about coming before his court, but after the chaplain’s prayer opened the proceedings, they felt better. “It was clear it would be a solemn… Read more »

A Pastor Fights Against Government Restrictions on Political Sermons

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A Pastor Fights Against Government Restrictions on Political Sermons Fred Lucas / July 22, 2016 When the Rev. Gus Booth found out the IRS was dropping its inquiry into Warroad Community Church where he preaches, he was actually disappointed. “We wanted to go to court,” Booth told The Daily Signal in a phone interview. “This is the First Amendment vs…. Read more »

Rush Limbaugh – The Supreme Court Has Become a Rubber Stamp for the Democrat Agenda

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They are experiencing no immigration problems in Washington or surrounding environs. They are certainly not experiencing any unemployment. They’re not seeing their wages decline. They’re seeing, in fact, record amounts of money being collected to be fought over and

3 People Behind the Effort to Remove Judge for Her Views on Marriage

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3 People Behind the Effort to Remove Judge for Her Views on Marriage From your OGA host – 4 people to add to your calamity prayer list. Suggested daily prayer for these evil people:  Pray the evil they do may be restricted Pray they will receive divine justice!  In the same manner, that these individuals sought earthly justice, we should… Read more »

Judge Rules in Favor of Christian Student Group Against NC State’s ‘Speech Permit’

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The 1st Amendment to the Bill of Rights, passed on December 15, 1791, and 225 years later liberals want to squash it, at least for opposing views. — John Hames