Federal court decisions about the Pledge of Allegiance and the Ten Commandments , and the specter raised in Lawrence v. Texas that marriage may no longer be defined as the union of a man and a woman, show that the time has come to curb the Imperial … [Read more...] about Congress Should Stand Up And Be Counted
Alabama Chief Justice Roy S. Moore won his seat campaigning as the Ten Commandments Judge, and he has lived up to his billing. On August 1, 2001, he unveiled a magnificent two-and-a-half ton granite tribute to the Ten Commandments and other inspired … [Read more...] about Are The Ten Commandments Unconstitutional?
Most conservatives are so happy that we now have a President who has restored dignity to the White House. We are pleased that he brings a moral dimension to his actions and isn't squeamish about acknowledging his religious faith. But it was … [Read more...] about Free Trade Is An Economic, Not A Moral, Issue
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has returned to center stage, insulting our sensibilities, offending our religion, and degrading our public life. The coarsening of our culture has been dominated by the behavior of the Clintons for so long … [Read more...] about Time To Abolish Federally Financed
The NEA Proves Itself Extremist Again The people who control America's public schools gathered in Minneapolis over the Fourth of July weekend and set off their own brand of fireworks. Some 8,544 delegates to the National Education … [Read more...] about The Phyllis Schlafly Report – August 1995