January 7, 2011

Federal Court Rules Cross Unconstitutional

Here we go again.

The radically liberal 9th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals has overturned a lower court and found that a San Diego war memorial, shaped in the form of a cross, is unconstitutional, simply because it is on public land...which would constitute a government endorsement of religion.

Really?  Just curious, but does anyone really believe our government "endorses" religion?  How could a government that sanctions the killing of a million or so unborn babies every year be said to "endorse" religion...? (READ MORE)


Christian Coalition of America Gains End-of-Year Victories

Pro-family and conservative organizations around America are touting their roles in gaining a 2-year extension of President George W. Bush's 2001 and 2003 tax cuts, which provide great benefits for American families.  The tax cut extensions were passed during the infamous "lame-duck" session of the expiring Democrat-controlled 111th Congress
Christian Coalition of America is also touting late-year pre-Christmas victories in the field of communications including a "net neutrality" victory and a victory for low-power community radio stations across the country which will allow churches and synagogues and other small religious entities to be heard.
There were a number of conservative groups supporting net neutrality  --  a policy to ensure grassroots groups would not be discriminated against on the Internet by the gigantic communication corporation duopoly --  but Christian Coalition of America took the lead... (READ MORE)


Take Our Latest Survey: 2011 Conservative Agenda

We're surveying hundreds of thousands of grassroots conservatives all across the country to get their opinion on what should be included in the 2011 Conservative Agenda for Congress.

Your opinion counts!

Make sure that your voice heard by choosing the issues that you feel are most important and offer any comments that you would like to include.

We will be forwarding the results to members of Congress in the coming weeks... (READ MORE)


School Sends Parents Permission Slips for Reciting the Pledge of Allegiance

From the "yes, really" category, we have the recent decision by a public school principal in Brookline, Massachusetts to send parents a form asking them to indicate whether or not their child should participate in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, (which teachers are required to lead, according to state law).

The form tells parents to check either: "Yes, my child will participate in the weekly Pledge of Allegiance", or "No, my child will not participate in the weekly Pledge of Allegiance."  The letter goes on to urge parents to "have a conversation as a family to help your children understand why I will be reciting the Pledge of Allegiance and to support them in feeling comfortable and confident in the decision on whether or not to participate."

So what does this tell us...?  (READ MORE)


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