District Court Rejects Challenge to September 11 Cross
Marc DeGirolami, Mirror of Justice
In an opinion issued March 28, the court granted the defendants’ motion for summary judgment in a case brought by American Atheists, Inc., which challenged the constitutionality of displaying the September 11 cross in a state museum.
Forward, and downhill
John Hayward, RedState
In truth, slippery-slope concerns are perfectly reasonable. They are a standard part of the “progressive” battle plan. A core tenet of progressivism is to take incremental, but irreversible, steps toward the total State.
Markets & Morality from a Biblical Perspective
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
In a recent Washington Post article Steven Pearlstein, a professor of public and international affairs at George Mason University, asked the question “Is Capitalism Moral?” His answer, although interesting, seemed incomplete.
An America that is losing faith with religion
Michael Gerson, Washington Post
There is a close relationship between culture and cult — between the shared attitudes and values of a people and their religious views and practices. American culture is increasingly shaped by men and women who would rather sleep in or play golf on a Sunday morning.