Tag: freedom of speech

Bold Voice

Teen Punished for Speaking Against Homosexuality Wants Apology By Jim Brown April 29, 2004 “(AgapePress) – A Christian student is asking his Boone, North Carolina, high school to apologize for censoring his opposition to a pro-homosexual event on campus.” Unfortunately for this lad, court precedent says that a public school has the right to enforce …

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Church and State

I had an debate a few hours ago about the nature of the separation of church and state and the role of religion in politics. This First Things article sheds an interesting light on that dialogue. Publick Religion: Adams v. Jefferson “The civic catechisms of our day still celebrate Thomas Jefferson’s experiment in religious liberty. …

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Flag Schmag

I’m far from being a stickler about flag desecration. In fact, I’m very much against the Flag Desecration Amendment. However, this just seems wrong to me. “President Bush signs American flags for workers at Beaver Aerospace and Defense after speaking about jobs and economic growth in Livonia, Michigan, Thursday, July 23, 2003. President Bush, in …

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Out That Young?!?

Most 14-year-olds are nowhere near having a good grip on who they are and who they want to be, and yet this girl is already certain she’s a lesbian. Not only that, she’s out and proud. My spider senses are tingling. Methinks she’s got rather “open” parents filling her head will ultra-liberal, morally bankrupt ideas. …

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Protest To Express

Here’s a follow-up on the T-shirt free speech story. Crossgates Mall drops charges in T-shirt incident Guilderland– Crossgates negates arrest after protesters show up to support man removed for wearing apparel with peace slogans By ANNE MILLER "Crossgates Mall officials have dropped trespassing charges filed Monday against war protester Steve Downs, who wore a pro-peace …

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