Today is Religious Freedom Day

Monday, January 16th is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, but it is also Religious Freedom Day. It is right and fitting that these two Federal Holidays coincide in 2017. Truly, the "freedom to believe," and the freedom to exercise those beliefs, is the cornerstone to American society.

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CA Attorney General Nominee: No First Amendment Rights for Religious Organizations

During questioning at a legislative hearing at the state capitol earlier this week, California’s Attorney General nominee shockingly claimed First Amendment religious liberty protections only apply to individuals not organizations. Nominee Xavier Becerra made the statement in response to questions from Assemblyman James Gallagher, who asked Becerra what he thought…

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California Lawmakers Try to Fix Dangerous Prop 64 with New Ban on Smoking Pot While Driving

Last week, California lawmakers announced an intention to introduce a bill to prohibit smoking marijuana while operating a vehicle, boat or aircraft.  California’s recently-passed law legalizing marijuana usage, Proposition 64, prohibits having an open container of marijuana in a vehicle while driving.  However, smoking while driving is not specifically prohibited.…

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Trump’s Pick for Secretary of State Deserves Close Scrutiny from Conservatives

President-elect Donald Trump’s choice for Secretary of State, Rex TIllerson, the CEO of ExxonMobil, may be his most controversial appointment yet for conservatives, and is most certainly not an ally of conservative principles when it comes to life, family, and marriage. There are several reasons for caution regarding the possible…

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