..which, of course, is unconstitutional and ridiculous. We applaud President Trump sticking up for the First Amendment and religious liberty, and we applaud Kayleigh exposing the hypocrisy of these Democrat governors and politicians who want to keep churches closed under the false pretense of guarding against the Wuhan virus…and yet, they’re the first to violate their own directives and march elbow-to-elbow (so much for “social distancing”) and without wearing face masks as they protest. The “double standard” and hypocrisy is beyond brazen. If the mobs can “protest” without any regard for social distancing or wearing masks, then churches should at the very least be allowed to reopen while respecting what those mobs don’t.
This poor guy, Jack Phillps, can’t seem to get a break from these people! He really needs to start a GoFundMe page for his ongoing legal bills just to fight off the gay mafia which won’t rest til he’s out of business permanently. As we said back when he won his last case at the Supreme Court in a decisive 7-2 ruling, Jack has EVERY right to deny service to anyone he so chooses, if he feels it would be counter to his religious beliefs. And, freedom of association is a right guarantied to every American by our Constitution, and that decision by the Supremes only affirmed that. On this Easter Sunday, we wish Mr. Phillips all the best in his latest legal challenge.
The lawsuit filed in federal court by CNN against the White House for stripping Jim Acosta of his “hard pass” is beyond ridiculous. The very notion that his First Amendment rights were somehow violated is silly. As a refresher… The First Amendment to the Constitution says, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” The key words are “Congress shall make no law..” Nowhere in there does it say the White House, or the President, or the Executive Branch may not prohibit a member of the press from going into the White House. Nowhere. Previous administrations have revoked “hard passes” for all sorts of reasons. But, of course..this is Trump. So, suddenly its “unheard of” or an “assault on the press” and other such ridiculous nonsense put out there by CNN, MSNBC, and other members of the dominantly liberal mainstream media. We’re disappointed to see Fox News jump on the band wagon. Jim is a self-serving, grand-standing, obnoxious tool who makes his broadcasts all about himself; not the president he’s supposed to be covering. Historically, the President calls on reporters and answers questions. Not Jim. He likes to be combative with Trump. And, he’s very open about it. He’ll say, “I’m gonna challenge you on…” That’s not his role. It’s simply to report along with the rest of the press “pool”..and if given the opportunity to actually ask the president a question, the he should ask, then sit his ass down and pass the microphone to the next reporter…and allow the president to answer. By the way.. The president is NOT obligated to have such Q & As with the press. And, the whole incident with Jim getting physical with the poor White House intern just trying to do her job was the final straw for a White House press office that has endured Jim’s nonsense for far too long. So, he had his hard pass rejected…and deservedly so. Let’s hope the courts slap CNN down for this ridiculous lawsuit.
A provocative op/ed by Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson. He rightly sees the Christian faith under fire by the dominantly liberal mainstream media and liberal politicians like openly lesbian Mayor Annise Parker of Houston, Texas. And, he is urging Christians to fight back. Rev. Peterson, a frequent guest on Hannity, and someone who has spoken out against people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton for their brazen playing of the race card (Rev. Peterson is himself, black), makes a compelling case.
An EXCELLENT op/ed by Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY). He is spot on about the importance of our First Amendment, and the wholly unconstitutional, fascist, attack by Democrat Mayor Annise Parker on the Christian pastors in Houston goes against everything our country was founded on, and is a brazen violation of their First Amendment rights. Not only should the HERO ordinance be overturned by a federal court and upheld all the way to the top, if necessary. But, Mayor Parker should resign in disgrace, or be voted out at the next opportunity. She is a disgusting Nazi.
Excellent! I heard about this the other day. Glad to see the Navy reversed its initial knee-jerk ban, and bowing to threats and intimidation by the atheist mafia. Kudos to the Navy for seeing the light on this one, and reversing that initial ban.
Good for this town, and this mayor, for standing up to the intimidation tactics of FFRF. They’re nothing short of anti-religious speech Nazis. Newsflash.. NOWHERE in the U.S. Constitution does it mention a so-called “separation of church and state.” That phrase refers to a private letter written by Jefferson in 1802. And, the 1st Amendment only says that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”… Therefore, we have freedom OF religion, but not freedom FROM religion. Its time the courts started making rulings mindful of that clear distinction. To that end, its important we do OUR part and elect Presidents who nominate federal justices who understand that distinction as well. Our current one clearly doesn’t get it at all.