Monthly Archives: May 2010

Teachers Disciplined for”Holy Water” Accusation

Lord, let justice prevail in this situation. Let Christians arise to their defense and may these teachers be restored to their positions without any further discipline. May freedom of speech and religion not be hindered in this school as a … Continue reading

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Churches Vandalized

Lord, please stop these attacks on Your church. May this stir in people of faith a righteous anger that does not cause us to sin – but leads us to action. May Your people never be intimidated or fearful, instead … Continue reading

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American Flag Offensive?

n Army veteran in Wisconsin will be allowed to display an American flag until Memorial Day, but the symbol honoring his service in Iraq and Kosovo must come down next Tuesday, his wife told FoxNews.com. Dawn Price, 27, of Oshkosh, … Continue reading

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Legislative Prayers Constitutional?

Lord, stir the hearts of Your people to engage in these issues – may our freedom to pray and worship You be protected in every way. The Rutherford Institute is urging the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to affirm legislative … Continue reading

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Complaint Over ‘Proselytizing’ at Graduation

The ACLU is asking the state Board of Regents, which oversees the Montana University System, to look into the matter and apologize for violating the First Amendment rights of people attending the graduation ceremony. The ACLU charges that MSU-Northern asked … Continue reading

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Student Suspended for Wearing Rosary

A 7th grade student who was suspended by school officials for wearing a Rosary to school.  ACLJ will represent Chantell Hosier, and her 13-year-old son, Raymond, who attends Oneida Middle School in Schenectady.  He was supended for two-days last week after school officials … Continue reading

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Ten Commandments Restored

SPRINGFIELD — County officials said Tuesday, May 25, that the support for the return of the Ten Commandments stone monument has been “amazing.” The Ten Commandments stone monument will be put back in front of the Clark County Common Pleas … Continue reading

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