separation of church and state

President Trump: Stop The FEMA Religious Discrimination

FEMA is acting like Obama is still in charge and enforcing a policy that stands in defiance of the recent Supreme Court ruling in Trinity Lutheran, which appears to protect the right of religious organizations to participate in widely available programs on equal footing with secular organizations.

Constitutional Relig. Clause Prevents O From Countering ISIS

Bill Gertz, Washington Free Beacon

The Obama admin. is failing to wage ideological war against ISIS terrorists over fears that attacking its religious philosophy will violate the constitutional divide between church and state.

Satanists to Distribute Religious Materials in FL Public Schools

Jessica Chasmar, Washington Times

The Satanic Temple has announced that it will provide pamphlets on Satanism to students in Orange County, Florida, in response to a school board decision that allows for religious materials to be disseminated in public schools.

The IRS's God Complex

Quin Hillyer, National Review Online

The tax agency signs a secret pact with atheists, promising it will investigate 99 churches. 

Court Rejects Atheist Challenge: 9/11 Cross Stays

The three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit found that the cross, located at Ground Zero, was "a symbol of hope" and historical in nature. The court also rejected arguments the traditional Christian cross was an impermissible mingling of church and state. SIGN OUR PETITION DEFENDING THE 9/11 CROSS NOW!

SCOTUS Upholds Christian Prayers at Council Meetings

David G. Savage, LA Times

The Supreme Court said that city councils and other public boards are free to open their meetings with an explicitly Christian prayer, ruling that judges may not act as "censors of religious speech" simply because the prayers reflect the views of the dominant faith.

LA County Politicians Want Cross Added to Seal

Billy Hallowell, The Blaze

An old battle has reemerged in Los Angeles, where the county seal is once again at the center of contention. While conservative members of the Board of Supervisors are pushing for the inclusion of a cross in its design, others claim that the Christian symbol has no place on a government seal.