Post Tagged with: "church and state"

April 5, 2012 03:50

Conspicuous Absence: Why There is No Separation of Church and State Outcry on North Carolina’s Proposition One Debate

The undeniable evidence suggests that as long as churches advocate radical, left wing politics, they are safe from the groups who would scream “Separation of Church and State.” If the message reflects left wing political positions activist clergy have no fear of putting their message on a church sign on a busy street in the state’s largest city.

August 24, 2010 09:52

U.S. government funds mosque renovation and rehabilitation around the world

While much attention has been focused on questions surrounding the Ground Zero mosque and the appropriateness of the State Department funding Ground Zero mosque imam Feisal Abdul Rauf’s trip to the Middle East, little attention has been given to the fact that U.S. taxpayer money is funding mosque development around the world.

August 2, 2010 03:46

Unconstitutional ordinance stops Ga. church from meeting on leased property

“Churches should not be singled out for discrimination by a city’s zoning restrictions,” said ADF Senior Counsel Kevin Theriot. “Federal law and the Constitution prohibit city officials from targeting Christ Liberty. It is irresponsible for the government to create and enforce ordinances that can have the effect of shutting down religious ministries that serve the community.”

April 20, 2010 04:03

Montana excludes Christian group from voluntary employee charity contributions

Attorneys with the Alliance Defense Fund filed a lawsuit in federal court Thursday on behalf of the Montana Family Foundation, which was excluded from the Montana State Employee Charitable Giving Campaign even though other issue advocacy and religious groups were allowed to participate.