Tag: freedom of religion

Satan and scandal: Why does a Harvard student group want to reenact a Satanic black mass?

Satan and scandal: Why does a Harvard student group want to reenact a Satanic black mass?

| May 12, 2014

We wonder if the “Founding Fathers,” in their quest to guarantee free speech and religious freedom, had ever envisioned the types of tests that have come about today. Previously, we have talked about some who love to flaunt and not just exercise rights. We also acknowledge, however, that if the nation and it’s citizens are […]

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Supreme Court reaffirms right to pray to open public meetings

Supreme Court reaffirms right to pray to open public meetings

| May 6, 2014

From our perspective, this has always been something of a “no brainer.” While we understand that the state is not to sanction any one religion, we’ve always understood the Constitution to allow people voluntarily to participate in prayer at any time—and, at the same time, allow people to not participate if they so choose. Same […]

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