President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday to create a new faith-based initiative ensuring the government’s cooperation with religious communities.
Groups like the ACLU, Freedom from Religion Foundation, and the American Humanist Association among others have used this phrase as a call to arms in a never-ending litigious assault. Hell bent on exorcising religion from American life, they have no shortage of plaintiffs from sea to shining sea.
Gun control advocates slammed offers of thoughts and prayers on Twitter mere minutes after news broke of a Florida school shooting on Ash Wednesday.
President Donald Trump proclaimed Jan. 16, 2018 as Religious Freedom Day in the U.S., The White House announced Tuesday morning.
A national atheist organization gave a big “bah humbug” to Christmas with Nativity scene billboards that say “Just Skip Church, It’s All Fake News!”
A majority of the U.S. Supreme Court appeared sympathetic Tuesday with a Christian baker from Colorado who declined to create a custom wedding cake for an LGBT couple.
In the Supreme Court case Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, the court is considering whether a state can force a Christian cake baker to bake a custom cake for a same-sex wedding in violation of his deeply held religious beliefs.
Trump emphasized the importance of family, work, religious liberty, “the rule of law” and law enforcement.
The Trump administration came out strongly in defense of religious freedom Friday, with new legal guidance and a move to reverse one of the most controversial Obamacare mandates.