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My client, author Robert Spencer, has been banned from entering the UK. He has counsel in the UK. Spencer, a Christian advocate (see, e.g., Not Peace But a Sword ) is being unfairly targeted due to ...
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Bill Becker appeared today on Dr. James Dobson's "Family Talk" radio broadcast. You can listen to it here. He was joined on the program by Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council.
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David Coppedge has been writing the story of the JPL intelligent design discrimination case in installments on a new website. This is a great place to see how an employer goes about disenfranchising ...
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A new law set to take effect the first day of the new year -- the Workplace Religious Freedom Act -- makes it unlawful for an employer to discriminate against an employee on the basis of religious ...
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Gary Trudeau decided to use his Doonesbury comic strip to mock Christians over the Christmas holiday by summarizing the leftist and atheist position against the display of Nativity scenes on public ...
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Two days ago, the Drudge Report headline linked to a Los Angeles Daily News story relating that the property management company for a senior living home in Newhall, California, north of Los Angeles, ...
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One day after publishing my views on the Santa Monica Nativity scene controversy in The Washington Times, the Los Angeles Times again rejected a separate op-ed piece I had offered it for publication. ...
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My op-ed piece appears in today's print edition of the Washington Times newspaper: In Santa Monica, Calif., city leaders earlier this year pulled the plug on a 59-year-old community celebration of ...
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On Monday (December 3, 2012), we will be back in U.S. District Court opposing the City of Santa Monica's Motion to Dismiss the Santa Monica Nativity Scenes lawsuit. A copy of our opposition to the ...
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The American Thinker features my lamentation on the end of conservatism, from People's Park to Palisades Park, in the wake of the court's decison rejecting the right of the Santa Monica ...
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Yesterday, U.S. District Judge Audrey B. Collins denied the Santa Monica Nativity Scenes Committee's Motion for a Preliminary Injunction. It means that for the first time in 60 years, the Nativity ...
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My colleague Rob Muise posted this today: “These Are the Times that Try Men’s Souls” Dear Fellow American, Yesterday was a disappointment to all freedom-loving Americans as our ...
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In a feature article on the front page left column of today's Los Angeles Times (10-22-2012), writer Thomas Curwen documents the history of a federal lawsuit that led to the removal of a veterans ...
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While writing my last commentary touching on the atheist's absolutist interpretation of Thomas Jefferson's metaphor explaining the legislative intent behind the meaning of the First ...
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"All in all it's just another brick in the wall." – Pink Floyd * * * The topic refers, of course, to the "wall of separation between church and state" – not to the ...
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