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The "In God We Trust" police-car poll is now secular!

Yesterday I wrote about a sheriff in Virginia who had spent nearly $1500 of his personal money to outfit his unit’s police cars with “In God We Trust” decals. 334 more words

Freedom From Religion

John Kasich Proposes Creating a Propaganda Department to Spread ‘Judeo-Christian Values’

“During a speech Tuesday at the National Press Club, Ohio Governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich offered a litany of ideas meant to broaden the influence of the United States and combat the rise of the Islamic State. 19 more words

First Amendment

The Sad State Of Freedom Of The Press On Campus

Most college campuses have student-run newspapers.  At some schools, like Ohio State with the Lantern, the newspapers are “laboratory” publications, where students receive course credit and training as they perform different positions; at other schools, the newspaper is an extracurricular activity.   573 more words

America

Careful With Those Anti-Corruption Tweets: Twitter Launches Orwellian “Council” to Curb Dissent

By Claire Bernish | The Free Thought Project

Twitter announced it will be joining in the pro-censorship campaigns currently sweeping social media under the familiar guise defenders of liberty and free speech love to hate: terrorism. 492 more words

Corruption

Political Correctness = Language and Thought Control

By Makia Freeman | The Freedom Articles

And language control is thought control. Period. The rise of modern political correctness (PC) is a great example of the cunning way in which social engineers such as the New World Order manipulators operate.  1,867 more words

NWO

11th Circuit Court of Appeals Dismisses Due Process, Equal Protection and First Amendment Claims Regarding Accessory Building for the Breeding of Toucans

This case arose from a citizen complaint filed with Orange County against the Foleys for breeding and selling toucans from their residentially zoned property. In response to the complaint, county employees investigated and cited the Foleys for having accessory buildings on their property without the necessary permits, which the Foleys used to house the toucans. 268 more words

Current Caselaw

Hillary’s Rationale for Opposing Citizens United Fell Apart in Last Week’s Debate

by DAVID B. RIVKIN JR. & DARIN BARTRAM

February 9, 2016 in the National Review Online

Few politicians have railed more loudly against the Supreme Court’s 2010 key First Amendment decision, Citizens United v. 816 more words

David Rivkin