Monthly Archives: April 2014

The 113th Congress Has Done It Again…

Members of the Congressional Prayer Caucus are continuing their efforts to promote unity across party lines;specifically in regard to the importance of protecting prayer and your religious liberty at the national level. House Resolution 547, (H.Res. 547), is affirming the … Continue reading

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What Would You Do?

Less than two weeks ago, U.S. District Court Judge, William Quarles, Jr., issued a preliminary injunction against sectarian (religious) prayers during government meetings in Carroll County, MD. This legal action directly affects County Commissioner, Robin Bartlett Frazier, who maintains that … Continue reading

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HHS Mandate Threatens Freedom

Today the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments in two cases that will have a dramatic affect on religious freedom. Law-abiding business owners are being coerced by the government to choose between violating their faith or face … Continue reading

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