Before a closet full of clothing and a floor filled with shoes were the norm, before makeup and grooming supplies were here in abundance, the outward appearance mattered. When Thomas Jefferson’s daughter, Patsy, was a small child in the late 1700’s, he took care to teach her to value her ...Read More »
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Congress is Funding and Printing Bibles?
Write…revise…edit…write…revise…edit. The life of a writer rotates on the axis of revisionism, as does the life of those who chose to edit out the true history of the Founding Father’s desires to promote the principle foundations of Christianity in order to create “One Nation under God.” In 1782, the Congress ...Read More »
The First Amendment and Religious Freedom
The First Amendment and Religious Freedom By John Livingston Clark Out of the dozens of cases the past several years involving the freedom of religious expression, the following story stood out as an example of individuals standing their ground against resistance. I am going to use it to examine what ...Read More »