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FL student allowed to utter 'God Bless America' over atheists' objections

There's been a victory for free-speech rights in Florida, and in particular for a high school student, who said "God bless America" during announcements over the school's PA system. Liberty Counsel attorney Richard Mast tells OneNewsNow the Nassau Co ...

Founders created accountable judiciary, not demigods

The Founders made clear that federal judges did not have lifetime appointments and were to be accountable for their behavior while on the bench. A State of the Union message is a constitutionally-mandated duty (Article II, Section 3), and for those w ...

'Long overdue': Judicial clash on Alabama's horizon

A potential clash between state and federal courts is brewing in Alabama - a clash that one legal group says has needed to happen for a long time. And apparently it took the issue of same-sex "marriage" to bring it to pass. Earlier today the U.S. Sup ...

Marriage and the Kennedy factor

It's impossible to overestimate the damage that will be done to our constitutional republic if Justice Anthony Kennedy imposes homosexual marriage on the entire nation in blatant defiance of the express will of the people. The Supreme Court agreed on ...

State of Washington goes after 'discriminating' florist

The owner of Arlene's Flowers in Washington state is waiting to find out if a court will strip her of virtually everything she owns for standing for her faith. The owner is Barronelle Stutzman, 70, who spent 40 years building up Arlene's Flowers unti ...

Education KS judge: Homeschoolers prepped for life in the 15th century

After a recent custody battle in Kansas, a lower court judge made some overtly denigrating comments about homeschoolers — in so many words saying that they are unsocialized introverts fit only for a centuries-past society. “Socialization and interact ...

Supreme Court will hear challenge to EPA's power-plant rules

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to hear a challenge brought by 21 states -- including Ohio and West Virginia -- and other opponents of federal regulations to cut toxic emissions from coal- and oil-fired power plants that are set to kick in next ...

Federal judge swims upstream: No constitutional right to gay 'marriage'

A federal judge and his court decision have given new hope that traditional marriage will survive legal attacks by homosexual activists and sympathetic judges. U.S. District Court Judge Juan Perez-Gimenez, in fact, suggested that other judges have ta ...

Did Hobby Lobby open floodgate to kill abortion pill mandate?

After the Supreme Court of the United States ruled this summer that for-profit businesses (via its Hobby Lobby decision) had their freedom to exercise religion violated by the HHS Mandate forcing objecting owners’ health insurance plans to pay for th ...

Ginsburg, Kagan have legal duty to recuse in marriage cases

The Supreme Court will, perhaps even in this session, take up the issue of sodomy-based marriage. If it does, justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan will have an obligation to step off the bench for those cases on the grounds that their imparti ...


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