United States Constitution Article VI: “No religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States.” U.S. Senator and Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, November 6 2015: “Any president who doesn’t begin every day on his knees
Police in many regions of the United States regularly treat African-Americans as if they are criminals, even when there is no evidence of actual criminal activity taking place. Now, Comey is presuming that African-American protesters are encouraging criminal activity, even though he doesn’t have any actual evidence to support his case.
Iowa Republicans believe that Christianity is under attack. In a PPP poll last month, 69% of Republican respondents indicated that “President Obama is waging a war on Christianity.” On the other hand, they report a surprising amount of comfort with war on non-Christian religions. Only
During this week’s Democratic presidential debate, when asked about Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who exposed widespread unconstitutional spying against the American people by the National Security Agency, Hillary Clinton resorted to the standard talking points used by Washington D.C. power elites. “He stole very important
Text of H.Res. 399, introduced by Rep. Walter Jones (NC): Text of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution: Whereas the United States of America was founded upon Judeo-Christian principles, and even today many Americans believe that our strength comes from these principles; Whereas
Radicalism can be an ugly thing or a beautiful thing, depending on its content, but whatever it is, it isn’t the business of anyone in the federal government.
I think I’m going to start calling myself the Duke of New Jersey and declare that people only have rights if they eat vegetables every day.
Listen to the words and read the signs of the protesters supporting government official Kim Davis in her insistence upon taking away same-sex couples’ marriage rights and it becomes clear what the basis for their position is. “It’s about God. That’s the main important thing.” “God’s
Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal on people who want to impose Islamic legal standards on Americans: “We do insist that folks should not come into our country and use the freedoms we give them to undermine the freedoms we grant to everybody. So in other
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee on people who want to impose Islamic religious law in the United States: “We live in a country where people are free to be Muslim. They’re not free, however, to impose a Muslim law as if it were civil law.”
In the news: Feagin County Sheriff Paul Cousins announced that under his orders, police officers will begin issuing tickets against all citizens who drive motor vehicles in his jurisdiction. A member of the Amish religious community, Cousins explained that he felt driving a car would