The Founding Fathers recognized freedom of expression and religious liberty as core elements of diversity and tolerance. Now, nearly 250 years later, Congress is acting to stamp them out, ushering in a new era of government-sanctioned anti-religious bigotry.
While the 9th Circuit was explaining that liberal billionaires have a right to censor, the Department of Justice was explaining that government has no right to coerce an individual to engage, or not engage, in economic activity based on that person's religious belief. It's called religious "freedom." Perhaps that's the word that confuses progressive activists and their cadre of "victims" who deliberately target Christian wedding vendors just to make their wrong-headed, hypocritical point.
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation has lodged a complaint about a U.S. Air Force base that was selling Christmas candy with Jesus’ name on the packaging. The group claims that the sale of the candy shows that base is establishing a particular religion.
A former employee of one of China’s largest tech firms has revealed how the Communist regime is manipulating public opinion by monitoring citizens’ mobile phones, blocking any words deemed “sensitive to the state” — such as “Almighty God.” Read the article at the Christian Post
12/25: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on the way the story of Christmas is praised and cherished throughout the world.
3/31: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski discusses why Christian beliefs are still strong after 2,000 years.
He is risen. That is the eternal message of Easter. And it is a message that we all desperately need to hear today.
An Orthodox Christian’s religious beliefs put him at odds with the Vermont senator.
Christians worldwide celebrate Palm Sunday, commemorating the Triumphal Entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem at the beginning of Holy Week, a week that would end with his death on Good Friday, then followed by Easter Sunday.