The BIG Lie: “Separation of Church and State” (Part 5)

In the last four posts, we began a series on the “separation between church and state” supposedly found in the First Amendment. It is because of this phrase, which was first introduced into the fabric of our culture through errant Supreme Court decisions of the early 1960’s, that city councils are sued for placing manger […]

The BIG Lie: “Separation of Church and State” (Part 4)

In the last three posts, we began a series on the “separation between church and state” supposedly found in the First Amendment. It is because of this phrase, which was first introduced into the fabric of our culture through errant Supreme Court decisions of the early 1960’s, that city councils are sued for placing manger […]

The BIG Lie: “Separation of Church and State” (Part 3)

In the last two posts, we began a series on the “separation between church and state” supposedly found in the First Amendment. It is because of this phrase, which was first introduced into the fabric of our culture through errant Supreme Court decisions of the early 1960’s, that city councils are sued for placing manger […]

The BIG Lie: “Separation of Church and State” (Part 2)

Last week we began a series of posts on the “separation of church and state” supposedly found in the First Amendment. It is because of this phrase, which was first introduced into the fabric of our culture through errant Supreme Court decisions of the early 1960’s, that city councils are sued for placing manger scenes […]

The BIG Lie: “Separation of Church and State” (Part 1)

Recently, a high school principal and athletic director were exonerated from criminal contempt charges for offering a public prayer over a meal at an athletic banquet.1 Yet, how could such a seemingly harmless activity ever rise to the level of a potential crime in the United States of America? The answer: a distorted reading of the […]

One Step Closer to Tyranny

And now for the complete and total outrage of the week! On Monday, a Federal District Court struck down a reasonable pro-life Texas law. Why is this decision so outrageous? Consider the following three facts.