Stand Up For Religious Freedom Wall Tapestry

Stand Up For Religious Freedom Tapestry

Religious freedom continues to be attacked in the public square as well as within the judicial system, despite being conveyed explicitly as a First Amendment right in the US Constitution. Stand up for your freedom of religion and enjoy this wall tapestry, available in three sizes (shown here, medium measures 80″ by 68″). Made of 100% lightweight polyester with a finished edge. Printed on one side. Enjoy!

Religious Liberty Notebook

Religious Liberty Notebook

Our First Amendment rights, as enshrined in the U.S. Constitution,  are under assault, as an overreaching judiciary and wrongheaded ‘political correctness’ seeks to restrict free speech. This religious liberty notebook features a red, white and blue wraparound typographic design with an anti-scuff laminate cover. It has 52 pages of high quality 70lb text paper – minimal show-through even when you use heavy ink! Available in lined and unlined versions. Makes a great gift for students.

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Support Religious Liberty T-shirt

Support Religious Liberty T-shirt

Religious liberty is under attack. Judicial activism has fostered an opportunity through which secularists are driving their radical agenda to indoctrinate an otherwise free thinking citizenry. Free speech and freedom of religion, as enshrined in the First Amendment of the US Constitution, are being subverted for ‘political correctness’ and political power. Let your voice be heard as you speak out against such tyranny, and enjoy this t-shirt.

Thomas Sowell Quote

At one time, it seemed as if the free world had defeated the world of totalitarian dictatorships twice — first the Nazis and then the Communists. But, with the slow but steady expansion of government control over our lives and the spread of the idea that people who deny “climate change” should be punished as criminals, it seems as if totalitarianism may be winning, after all.

THOMAS SOWELL

Support Religious Liberty Tote Bag

Support Religious Liberty Tote Bag

Enjoy this tote bag as you show your support for the fundamental constitutional right of every American citizen – the First Amendment right to freedom of religion without government coercion. Made from 100% spun Polyester Poplin fabric & printed on both sides. God bless America!

Battle For Religious Liberty Framed Print

Battle For Religious Liberty Framed Print

Enjoy this nicely designed framed print conveying that the battle for religious liberty is underway. In particular, and in conjunction with recent judicial activism from the Supreme Court, the freedom of religion enshrined in the First Amendment of the US Constitution is now threatened.

The First Amendment Defense Act

Pursuant to the recent Supreme Court decision, Rod Dreher, a senior editor and blogger at The American Conservative, stated: “…when a Supreme Court majority is willing to invent rights out of nothing, it is impossible to have faith that the First Amendment will offer any but the barest protection to religious dissenters from gay rights orthodoxy.” (Time, Orthodox Christians Must Now Learn To Live as Exiles in Our Own Country)

In anticipation of the potential that judicial activists might, once again, choose to legislate from the bench, Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) and Rep. Raul Labrador (R-ID) recently introduced a bill called The First Amendment Defense Act, that would “prevent any agency from denying a federal tax exemption, grant, contract, accreditation, license, or certification to an individual or institution for acting on their religious belief that marriage is a union between one man and one woman.” (Conservative Review, How Conservatives Should Respond To The Court’s Marriage Decision).

Another Case of Judicial Activism

Following a second case of judicial activism in as many days, the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision to approve same-sex marriage in all 50 states is an affront to religious liberty and has surely set the stage for widespread societal unrest.

Here are selected quotes from three of the four dissenting Justices:

Antonin Scalia:

  1. I write separately to call attention to this Court’s threat to American democracy.
  2. This practice of constitutional revision by an unelected committee of nine, always accompanied (as it is today) by extravagant praise of liberty, robs the People of the most important liberty they asserted in the Declaration of Independence and won in the Revolution of 1776: the freedom to govern themselves.
  3. The five Justices who compose today’s majority are entirely comfortable concluding that every State violated the Constitution for all of the 135 years between the Fourteenth Amendment’s ratification and Massachusetts’ permitting of same-sex marriages in 2003.

Clarence Thomas:

  1. Since well before 1787, liberty has been understood as freedom from government action, not entitlement to government benefits.
  2. Aside from undermining the political processes that protect our liberty, the majority’s decision threatens the religious liberty our Nation has long sought to protect.
  3. In our society, marriage is not simply a governmental institution; it is a religious institution as well.

Samuel Alito:

  1. The Constitution leaves that question to be decided by the people of each State.
  2. For millennia, marriage was inextricably linked to the one thing that only an opposite-sex couple can do: procreate.
  3. If a bare majority of Justices can invent a new right and impose that right on the rest of the country, the only real limit on what future majorities will be able to do is their own sense of what those with political power and cultural influence are willing to tolerate.

Source: the Supreme Court decision of June 26, 2015

Pamela Geller and the First Amendment

Pamela Geller, president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative and blogger at Atlasshrugs.com, on her recent “Draw Muhammad” free speech event in Garland, Texas:

We incited no one. We didn’t call for violence, justify violence, or approve of violence. The people who were inciting were the ones saying that we should be killed for exhibiting Muhammad cartoons. There is no automatic or unavoidable response to being insulted. No one is forced to kill for being insulted. Those who choose to do so are responsible for their actions. No one else is.

Excerpt from Breitbart.com.

Defend Religious Liberty Tote Bag

Defend Religious Liberty Tote Bag

Americans enjoy their First Amendment rights to freedom of religion and free speech, but must remain vigilant to thwart tyrannical impositions. Featuring the statue of liberty carrying a Christian cross, this patriotic tote bag is printed on both sides. God bless America!

Battle For Religious Liberty

The battle for religious liberty is being waged today by secularists in an aggressive campaign to diminish Christianity and the protections afforded to citizens under the First Amendment in the Bill of Rights of our US Constitution. God bless the United States of America…

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