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Arizona Day of Prayer Withstands Legal Attack

Posted in Religious Liberty on: December 13th, 2011
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The tradition of designating an official day of prayer began with the Continental Congress in 1775. Since then, every president, with no exception, has recognized the importance of God in our nation.

So when the Wisconsin-based “Freedom From Religion Foundation” (FFRF) brought their baseless lawsuit against Governor Brewer for declaring the Arizona Day of Prayer, I was confident the state would overcome this challenge.

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Freedom From Religion Foundation Continues Their Crusade

Posted in Religious Liberty on: April 1st, 2011
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The extreme Freedom From Religion Foundation continues their work to deem virtually any public expression of faith unconstitutional. This week, they asked the Supreme Court to declare unconstitutional the practice of requiring public school students to recite or listen to the Pledge of Allegiance because of the inclusion of the phrase “One nation, under God.”

This is the same organization that sued Governor Brewer two weeks ago for declaring the Arizona Day of Prayer. Governor Brewer has since said she would defend her declaration of prayer.

The name of this organization “Freedom From Religion Foundation” underlines their stark misinterpretation of the Constitution. Organizations like this, and others that seek to ban or limit the free practice of faith completely ignore the protections provided within the Constitution, and our nation’s rich heritage of religious expression.

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