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This is a significant out-of-court victory. Though we believe Konnie's First Amendment rights were clearly violated, only one Court of Appeals has ever squarely addressed this issue: Wigg v. Sioux Falls School District 49-5, 382 F.3d 807 (8th Cir. 2004) (holding that a public school teacher has the First Amendment right to participate in after-school meetings of religious clubs and rejecting the school district's argument that the Establishment Clause prohibited her actions).
Thanks to our intervention, Konnie, as well as two other teachers in the school district, are now able to teach at Good News Club meetings. For more details on this story, see this article from The Salt
Islamic indoctrination in our public schools is a concern to parents across America. Parents are questioning local school districts’ choice of curriculum and teaching methods regarding this issue and with good cause. When public middle school students are required to recite Muslim prayers and...
Our men and women in uniform put their lives on the line every day to defend us, our Constitution, and our way of life. Yet, their own constitutional freedoms are under attack. Here are a few examples. Remember Lance Corporal Sterling ? The Marine whose superior officer ordered her to take down...
The United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces has just agreed to hear a major religious liberty case, United States v. Sterling , which could have a dramatic impact for the religious liberty of our brave men and women in uniform. In this case, Lance Corporal Sterling, a devout Christian,
Islamic indoctrination is happening in public schools all across America. Over the past few months, we have updated you on some of the Islamic indoctrination happening in Tennessee and Georgia. However, these are not isolated events – it’s a nation-wide epidemic that has been brewing for a while.