“With government money comes government strings.”
The Greenville-based Miracle Hill Ministries came into the spotlight after turning away a woman because she is Jewish.
By ruling in favor of a baker who refused service to a gay couple, the Supreme Court protected America’s freedom of religion.
Democrats have become increasingly comfortable with providing funds to religious groups, provided that they aren’t used for religious purposes.
The 800-pound slab of granite is a big hit with shoppers.
“The change of administration obviously helped” in getting the rule change, an Orthodox Union official said.
D.C.’s Museum of the Bible argues for the Bible as a literal source for guidance in American jurisprudence and governance. That idea is simply wrong.
Armed with a presidential tweet, a bill moving forward in Congress and a pending lawsuit, Jewish and Christian advocates believe they are on the verge of overturning a long-standing policy that has prohibited federal emergency funds from reaching houses of worship hit by natural disasters.
Said one Jewish leader, “I don’t know how you deal with someone like that who is coming to Washington as a provocateur.”
Recently Mahwah has been in a brouhaha about its eruv. It’s time that the neighborhood stop fighting religious freedom