Monthly Archives: November 2013

Obama Administration Puts a Price Tag on Your Religious Freedom

The phrase, “Freedom isn’t free” takes on a new meaning when considering the “penalty” imposed for non-compliance to the Obamacare healthcare mandate. The facts presented in this article should alarm every American that values our Constitution and Religious Liberty. “Refusal … Continue reading

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When Standing for the Truth Seems Unloving

It is never easy or comfortable to stand up and advocate for Judeo-Christian principles in a postmodern culture and an era of clashing worldviews, especially when loved ones, friends, neighbors and coworkers hold an entirely different set of values and … Continue reading

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Forbes Releases Statement Regarding Supreme Court Consideration of Legislative Prayer Today

Today, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Town of Greece v. Galloway, the case that poses the most serious threat to our right to pray publicly. Following is Congressman Forbes’ statement regarding the Supreme Court’s consideration of legislative prayer … Continue reading

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Supreme Decision: Public Prayer Faces Most Serious Threat to Date

Public prayer, as a long held freedom, is in dire jeopardy and this is one of the most crucial moments in America’s history. On November 6th, the United States Supreme Court will begin hearing oral arguments—for the first time in … Continue reading

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DC Circuit Ruling Upholds Religious Liberty

Francis and Phillip Gilardi took a bold stand for their faith and have been rewarded with a victory. This is a victory for all who believe that our first freedom, the freedom of religion, is worth fighting for. On November … Continue reading

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