Home » Posts tagged with » Freedom of religion

California has gone off the deep end when it comes to attacks on churches

California has gone off the deep end when it comes to attacks on churches

    There is an open assault on people of faith—California has gone off the deep end when it comes to attacks on churches By Mat Staver (Founder and Chairman, Liberty Counsel) There is an open assault on people of faith in many parts of the country by governors who encourage rioters and protestors while […]

Houses of Worship – An Open letter to Governor Newsom

Houses of Worship – An Open letter to Governor Newsom

by Naomi Fisher   It is amazing that you have ordered the closure of Houses of Worship. Governor, did you not learn much about religion in your education? Look at the pogroms in Russia, Hitler’s persecution of Jews, Marx and Stalin’s attempt at killing Christianity, the mid-East’s war on Religion, etc., etc., etc. None of them […]

Court: Salinas Can Exclude Churches While Favoring Theaters and Entertainment

Court: Salinas Can Exclude Churches While Favoring Theaters and Entertainment

  Court: City Can Exclude Churches While Favoring Theaters and Entertainment  Salinas, CA – A federal court in the San Francisco Bay Area has determined that churches do not contribute to a vibrant and fun atmosphere and therefore may be excluded from Salinas’ downtown area.   New Harvest Christian Fellowship has rented space along Main Street […]

Religious Liberty: Some Unsolicited Career Advice for Kim Davis

Religious Liberty: Some Unsolicited Career Advice for Kim Davis

Profiles in Stupidity: A week chock-full of them

Profiles in Stupidity: A week chock-full of them

By Phil Erwin Back in the early 1960’s, JFK set the table for future Presidential wannabes by publishing Profiles in Courage, an anthology of stories detailing what he considered to be outstanding examples of what folks used to call “intestinal fortitude.” Kennedy’s book made him more electable than he otherwise might have been; and he […]

Politically Incorrect Zone- Unification Saga

Politically Incorrect Zone- Unification Saga

By Kevin Harris This week’s column is the final entry in “Kevin’s Unification Saga,” for lack of a better term. It continues the theme of defeating tyranny against citizens by our government, by citizens boldly coming together in ways never seen before. The idea is simple. Americans of all political affiliations, races, religions, financial classes […]