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Billy Graham Association could lose tax exemption for advocating votes for candidates with “biblical values”

The secular progressive Freedom From Religion Foundation has filed a complaint with the IRS to remove the tax exempt status  of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association because the secularists believe that the organization’s “vote for biblical values” ad campaign was a violation of the separation of Church and State. Secularists are once again increasing their War on Christians under the guise of separation of Church and State. Secularists continually try to expand the definition of what constitutes a violation of this...

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Senator Harry Reid doesn’t comprehend personal character

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, trying to see how fast he can reach the lowest human level on record by criticizing Mitt Romney’s faith when he said that Romney “sullied” the Mormon faith, and that, in Nevada, voters would “understand that he is not the face of Mormonism.” This is the same guy who citicized Romney for not paying any taxes for the last 10 years based on nothing but Reid’s word, a worthless commodity. When Romney’s tax reports showed he paid almost two million in taxes, Reid switched...

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Secularists get judge to chop 10 commandments down to 6

Will the Ten Commandments be reduced to six in a Roanoke Virginia school? A federal judge made that suggestion to try and end a longstanding legal battle brought by a parent of a student, of course, backed by another secularist organization, the ACLU.  Narrows High School in rural Giles County outside Roanoke has displayed the Ten Commandments for years, along with other documents until a parent sued requesting separation of church and state. A federal judge this week suggested the school remove the first four commandments that clearly refer...

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Atheists and secularists continue their religion in America!

A three judge panel, in a Colorado state appeals court, ruled that a proclamation for a Day of Prayer, by former governors of the state, undermines the premise that the government serves believers and nonbelievers equally and is, therefore, unconstitutional. Just last week, Rockford held a Day of Prayer at a private venue, but apparently the announcement itself by government officials – in Colorado it was governors Bill Ritter, a Democrat and Bill Owens, a Republican over a six year period – would be enough to violate the...

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Academic Freedom apparently doesn’t include Christian groups on campus

From the Patriot Post today comes two recent examples of American Universities discriminating against Christian associations on campus involve Vanderbilt University and the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Excerpts: The administration of Vanderbilt has instituted a policy prohibiting religious student organizations from using religious criteria in selecting their leaders. In other words, a Christian group must allow a non-Christian, even one hostile to the group’s mission, into its leadership. Reasonable people can see why this...

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Open season once again declared on Catholic beliefs!

Open season has once again been declared on Catholics and their religious beliefs through continuing secularist attacks, this time by Larry Doyle, who thinks he is being funny, but no one is laughing at his latest attempt at satire entitled, “The Jesus-Eating Cult of Rick Santorum.” This is a new low, even for The Huffington Post. Excerpt: Unlike Christians, Santorum and his fellow Roman Catholics participate in a barbaric ritual dating back two millennia, a “mass” in which a black-robed cleric casts a spell over some bread and wine,...

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