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Feb 14 2021
President Joe Biden on Sunday ordered the recreation of a White House office intended to promote partnerships between religious and secular groups to address several key issues.
The White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships will seek to address the coronavirus pandemic, combat systemic racism, increase opportunity, advance global humanitarian work and strengthenThe Daily Caller
Nov 22 2018
Because everyone appreciates the power of gratitude, but also because, in our secular culture, the appeal of Christmas is receding.National Review (News)
Jan 25 2021
In a couple recent court cases involving restrictions on indoor worship attendance, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has acknowledged the irreparable harm caused by such government mandates – but allowed most of the state restrictions to stand. The good news, however, is that in both cases, involving churches in California and Nevada, the appeals court took pains to order that churches beDaily Citizen
Jan 04 2017
Their post-defeat complaints about the party’s secularism will go unheeded.The American Spectator
Jun 28 2022
We already knew that the Supreme Court's leftist bloc is profoundly hostile to the Second Amendment, which it has badly misinterpreted in a series of decisions over recent decades. They're increasingly and disturbingly hostile to the First Amendment, as well. The Roberts Court has generally been quite good on First Amendment issues, issuing a number of lopsided or even unanimous rulingsTownhall
Nov 30 2020
“The Supreme Court late Wednesday night granted requests from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and two Orthodox Jewish synagogues to block enforcement of a New York executive order restricting attendance at houses of worship. Both the diocese and the synagogues claimed that the executive order violated the right to the free exercise of religion guaranteed by the First Amendment,The Flip Side
Jun 17 2020
KATHMANDU, Nepal—In Nepal, Muslims, who make up about 4 percent of the population, have lived peacefully alongside the majority Hindu population for centuries, arriving as immigrants from elsewhere but establishing strong communities. Nepalis pride themselves on a history of religious tolerance, even in a region where faith has often had bloody consequences.
But India’s right-wingersForeign Policy
Jul 15 2016
France is historically seen as standard bearer of western secular liberalism and has been singled out by Isis as a key targetThe Guardian
Jul 14 2016
On the right, Evangelical voters see the need to make political compromises. On the left, morality is increasingly seen through secular eyes.Christian Science Monitor
Oct 30 2021
First came the war on Christmas, then the war on Columbus Day. Could Halloween be next?
It’s already happening in some school districts, where administrators have deemed the beloved fall celebration inappropriate because it’s not inclusive enough.
The latest school district to ditch Halloween was in Melrose, Massachusetts, a town about 7 miles north of Boston. There,Deseret News