First Prayer in Congress, September 1774, “Establishment Clause must be interpreted by reference to historical practices & understandings”-Supreme Court, Galloway

AMERICAN MINUTE WITH BILL FEDERER The so-called impenetrable wall separating Church and State exists NO-WHERE in our country’s official founding documents. If fact the opposite is true, the men who wrote the Declaration and Constitution came from various denominations but all held basic similar Judeo-Christian beliefs. It is only in the past 40 or so … More First Prayer in Congress, September 1774, “Establishment Clause must be interpreted by reference to historical practices & understandings”-Supreme Court, Galloway

Praying coach, Joe Kennedy, a step closer to vindication

The Supreme Court heard arguments today (4/25) in a case involving a former football coach in Washington state. First Liberty Institute is representing Coach Joe Kennedy in his case against Bremerton High School which has been up and down the court system for years. He was fired for breathing private prayers on the field after football games. … More Praying coach, Joe Kennedy, a step closer to vindication

‘Final Four’ Basketball Team Refuses to Take the Court During National Anthem / PLUS Aaron Tippin’s “Where the Stars and Stripes and Eagle Fly”

They’re going to be playing for the national championship, but they’re already losers in the court of public opinion… Source: Fans Not Happy as Entire ‘Final Four’ Basketball Team Refuses to Take the Court During National Anthem

Student faces attacks for reading Bible

Student faces attacks for reading Bible in Florida school, science teacher called him ‘ignorant’: lawsuit A 14-year-old Christian student in Florida, who was allegedly told to stop taking his Bible to school after he was repeatedly attacked and bullied by students and teachers alike for his faith, has filed a lawsuit “seeking significant damages because … More Student faces attacks for reading Bible

Supreme Court Announces It Will Hear Controversial Christian Flag Case

The Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday over whether a Christian flag should be allowed to fly outside of Boston’s City Hall. The city claims that allowing a Christian flag to fly on a flagpole often used by community groups is government endorsement of religion, according to NBC. Read More @ Source: Supreme Court Announces It … More Supreme Court Announces It Will Hear Controversial Christian Flag Case

Biden DOJ Was Going To Arrest Derek Chauvin In Court If Jury Found Him Innocent: Report

There once was a time in America where a person was presumed innocent until PROVEN guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. With the unconstitutional introduction of politics into our judicial system that no longer exists. The Biden Department of Justice (DOJ) reportedly planned to arrest former Minneapolis Police Office Derek Chauvin in court and charge him … More Biden DOJ Was Going To Arrest Derek Chauvin In Court If Jury Found Him Innocent: Report