Federal appeals court: Saying “Jesus” during public prayer is unconstitutional
As in most counties in America, the Board of Commissioners of Forsyth County, North Carolina, begins its public meetings with an invocation. These prayers are given by local religious leaders on a first-come, first-serve basis. Read More
Mark Fitzgibbons, an Examiner oped contributor and president for corporate and legal affairs of American Target Advertising, Inc., has launched an important new blog, CharityRegulatorWatch.com, that is a rarity on the Right side of the Blogosphere. Read More
Odds are good the Founding Fathers would be astounded by the religious controversies of this past week.
First, Rep. Randy Forbes, R-VA, introduced a resolution reaffirming “In God We Trust” as our national motto. He did so in part after President Obama wrongly claimed the national motto is “E Pluribus Unum.” Read More
Fox News' Bill O'Reilly caught a raft of grief from the Politically Correct robots of the entertainment and liberal communities for pointing out that the civilized world has a "Muslim problem."
The precise nature of that problem is well-illustrated now in Pakistan where a 45-year mother of five has been sentenced to death for blasphemy against Islam. Read More
A proposed federal rule change barreling toward U.S. Department of Education approval could make all of higher education—private and public colleges alike—the newest prize in the Obama administration’s trophy case of federal takeovers.
And the deal could be done by the first of November, just ahead of the midterm elections. Read More
Dutch political leader Geert Wilder is on trial for exercising a right most Americans take for granted - the right to speak our minds on any topic whatsoever and to say whatever you and I choose to say on that topic, regardless of how inflammatory, idiotic, or brilliant it might seem to anybody else. Read More