Contrary to culture-war mythology, God is alive and well in many, if not most, public schools. Visit almost any school in America and you’ll find students sharing their faith, reading their scriptures, saying grace before lunch and, in high schools, ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gay marriage is all but legalized in Maryland after the legislature gave its final OK Thursday to the law that’s being sent to Gov. Martin O’Malley, who said he expects to sign it sometime next week. In a small ...
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At the tender age of 16, Jessica Ahlquist has already endured more verbal abuse than most people experience in a lifetime. A high school student in Cranston, R.I., Jessica has been taunted and threatened at school, targeted by an online ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Job discrimination complaints in the United States rose to an all-time high last year, led by an increase in bias charges based on religion and national origin. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission received nearly 100,000 charges of discrimination ...Read More »
In hard economic times, American workers may be willing to forgo pay raises and pensions to keep their jobs. Just don’t ask them to abandon their faith. Consider the case of Abdulkadir Omar, a security guard in Kent, Wash., who ...Read More »
I received an unexpected email earlier this week from the Sunnyside New Life Community Church in Frederick inviting me to their “Liberty Through the Cross” event Sunday at Tuscarora High School. I wrote last year about Sunnyside, founded by descendants ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is brushing aside an atheist’s challenge to religion in government, refusing to hear a complaint about President Barack Obama adding “so help me God” to his inaugural oath of office. The high court on Monday ...Read More »
In case you missed it, the president called the nation to prayer Thursday just as past presidents have done on the first Thursday of every May since 1952. Mandated by Congress, the National Day of Prayer is marked this year ...Read More »
This weekend the weather should be a bit better than last weekend’s, and more suitable for letting the kiddies loose on the lawn for Easter egg hunting. But if you’re looking for a more fun venue this year, the Maryland ...
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