Students flock to school flag poles to pray for America

See You at the Pole: Millions of students to fearlessly pray

Millions of students expected to pray at school

Colorado baker appeals gvmt ‘re-education’ order

‘Dehumanizing’ or human freedom? Baker’s case headed to appeals court

Christian baker ordered to bake cakes for same-sex ‘weddings’ files appeal

Court rules for same-sex marriage in Oklahoma case

Baker appeals order to re-educate employees on same-sex weddings

Same-sex marriage stirs backlash as businesses assert religion

Planned Parenthood curriculum promotes risky behavior

Supreme Court punts on Establishment Clause case

Baker takes a stand for religious freedom (video)

U-turn over Bible ban at US high school

Tis the season for censoring school speeches

School district apologizes for imposing homosexual propaganda film on students

Wisconsin school district apologizes for showing students one-sided video that promotes same-sex marriage

On campuses, the continuing struggle against ignorance – and arrogance

Massachusetts high court upholds ‘Under God’ in Pledge of Allegiance as constitutional

School district revises policy after student banned from distributing Christian flyers

School districts challenged for expelling the First Amendment | The New American

Todd Starnes: Jesus card not welcome in Nazareth school | Christian Post

Lawsuit filed: Jesus not welcome in Nazareth, Pa. school | Fox News

ADF: Mich. school district on solid ground to allow Easter egg hunt fliers

Jesus gets no honor (or love) in Nazareth school | Charisma News

Fort Wayne, Indiana says pregnancy center “too controversial” for city bus ad | LifeNews

ADF sues Indiana city for excluding pro-life ad on public transit | OneNewsNow

Ind. referral service for women in need too “controversial” for city buses

No honor in his hometown: Jesus not welcome in Nazareth school

Christian counselors forced to choose faith or job | WND

ADF: Atheist group’s objections to SC school’s graduation ceremony unfounded

Church signs assigned more restrictions | OneNewsNow

    OneNewsNow: “Alliance Defending Freedom attorney David Cortman tells OneNewsNow no law should force churches to the bottom of the barrel. ‘The town of Gilbert cannot apply stricter rules to church signs when it doesn’t apply them to ideological, political and other non-commercial signs,’ he assert, ‘because the Ninth Circuit’s decision conflicts with the decisions of other circuits, we hope the Supreme Court will agree to step in.’”


  • Posted: 03/12/2014
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ADF: Supreme Court should end govt speech discrimination against churches

ADF: Wrong to censor “tattooed Jesus” at football games

Atheists work to block charity from feeding starving kids | Charisma

Atheists to school district: Stop helping starving children! | Patheos

Tattooed Jesus fights religious discrimination | WORLD

Atheist group demands school stop allowing students to help starving children

School targets Jesus tattoo | WND

Texas man sues school district for refusing to display ad of Jesus covered in tattoos | Christian Post

In lawsuits we trust: Atheists sue, again, over national motto | OneNewsNow

New details in “Tattooed Jesus” lawsuit against LISD | KCBD

“Jesus Tattoo” ad barred from jumbotron

Here’s why the atheists’ lawsuit against our national motto should be thrown out | Charisma News

ADF: Atheists’ lawsuit against national motto should be thrown out

VA will not respond to caroling demand | Augusta Chronicle

Veteran’s Affairs committee wants review of policy on VA’s anti-Christmas acts | Augusta Chronicle

100+ parents protest as Arizona school chooses from three pro-abortion sex ed courses

Common Core May Endanger Religious Freedom of Catholic Schools | Cardinal Newman Society

Christmas Carols and cards prohibited for U.S. military veterans! | Medium-Presse-Info

Sexual education causing controversy in Tempe | ABC 15 (video)

VA hospitals nix Christmas to ‘protect’ veterans | World Magazine

12 songs approved by Uncle Sam: VA blasted for censoring Christmas music | One News Now

Legal group demands Augusta VA welcome all caroling | Augusta Chronicle

Group demands religious carols be allowed at Augusta VA hospital | Atlanta Business Chronicle

Atheist threats to Christian program unconstitutional | One News Now

Secularists Still Trying To Bully Christmas From The Public Square | Alan Sears at Alliance Defending Freedom

Christmas Under Assault, but Faithful Fight Back | The New American

    The New American: The conservative legal advocacy group Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) went to bat for the districts, noting that student choirs may not be barred from voluntarily performing at such religious-themed events. The ADF later sent a letter to the districts commending them for standing up to the atheist bullies. “Schools should not have to think twice about whether they can allow choirs to participate in community Christmas events,” said ADF attorney Rory Gray. “Courts have unanimously allowed students to sing Christmas carols at school. Nothing changes when they sing the same Christmas songs at a community festival instead. We commend the districts for rightly ignoring the baseless threats delivered by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Freedom From Religion Foundation.” ADF Senior Legal Counsel Jeremy Tedesco added that “a handful of misguided complaints and a misunderstanding of First Amendment law should not be allowed to harm students and deprive them of educational experiences that serve the community. We hope other school districts will follow Kalispell’s and Whitefish’s example and reject the religious discrimination these groups promote.”


  • Posted: 12/16/2013
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Atheists Lose Battle to Silence Christmas Festival | Charisma News

    Charisma News: Schools should not have to think twice about whether they can allow choirs to participate in community Christmas events,” said Litigation Staff Counsel Rory Gray. “Courts have unanimously allowed students to sing Christmas carols at school. Nothing changes when they sing the same Christmas songs at a community festival instead. We commend the districts for rightly ignoring the baseless threats delivered by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Freedom From Religion Foundation.” . . . “A handful of misguided complaints and a misunderstanding of First Amendment law should not be allowed to harm students and deprive them of educational experiences that serve the community,” added Senior Legal Counsel Jeremy Tedesco. “We hope other school districts will follow Kalispell and Whitefish’s example and reject the religious discrimination these groups promote.”


  • Posted: 12/10/2013
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Atheist Group Seeks to Deny Poor Children Christmas Gifts | Charisma News