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Judge tells RI school to take down prayer banner

According to U.S. District Court Judge Ronald Lagueux, a prayer banner hanging at Cranston West High School had to be removed immediately. According to the Justice’s decision, “The purpose of the prayer banner was clearly religious in nature,” and that

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ADF defends Illinois B&B against gay lawsuit

A bed and breakfast in Illinois is currently under attack by a homosexual couple who filed a complaint with the state Human Rights Commission. The complaint by the two men is based on the owners of the TimberCreek Bed and

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Merry Christmas from MFI

Dear Friends, Lura and I wanted to wish you and your family a most joyous Christmas so we recorded this video message at our church, Trinity Evangelical in North Reading: To expound on my comments about the “Twelve Days of

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Air Force Apology: Just Plane Wrong

From Family Research Council: Speaking of charity, the U.S. Air Force wants to promote less of it. Last week, the branch’s headquarters apologized for encouraging cadets to help needy children after complaints from an atheist fringe. The Academy had circulated

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Precedent-setting win for religious freedom in PA

With Christmas season right around the corner, a judge in Pennsylvania has upheld a student’s right to distribute fliers promoting a Christmas party during non-instructional time before class. A fifth-grader in a town near Scranton, Pennsylvania, was forbidden to hand

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Student religious freedom bill to get hearing

This legislative session, MFI once again filed the Student Religious Freedom Bill (HB 2715), and it once again has received bipartisan support from both Republicans and Democrats. The bill is before the Joint Committee on Education, and a hearing will

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ACLU continues assault on prayer banner in RI school

The Rhode Island Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is seeking a permanent federal injunction to force the city of Cranston to remove a banner in a school auditorium that encourages students to strive academically. The banner begins

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War on our military

Friends of the Family, As a combat veteran of the United State Air Force and someone who has lost close friends in battle, each news report about the death of a soldier, sailor or airman overseas affects me in a

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Veterans Affairs bans mention of God at funerals

According to our friends at the American Family Association, the Department of Veterans Affairs and its Director of the Houston National Cemetery, Arleen Ocasio, are engaging in religious viewpoint discrimination in violation of the First Amendment an the Religious Freedom

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