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Religious Liberty and Free Government in America

Religious Liberty and Free Government By Attorney General William P. Barr October 2019 Attorney General William P. Barr Delivers Remarks to the Law School and the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame: Thank … Continue reading

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New Religions, Liberals, and the Nazi’s

A Review of New Religions and the Nazis By Lee Duigon   “Few scholars have taken seriously the simple fact that a limited number of determined radical believers could do formidable damage in a relatively short period of historical time.” Poewe, … Continue reading

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Correcting Liberal History?

Thomas Jefferson and Religion at the University of Virginia by Dr. Mark Beliles 1 and Dr. David Barton 2             It is a common assertion among many academic writers today that Thomas Jefferson, in what those writers wrongly allege to be Jefferson’s disdain … Continue reading

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A “Religious Pathology” Surveillance Policy

France’s New Religious Pathology Agency By Tom Heneghan, Religion Editor PARIS | Wed Dec 12, 2012 (Reuters) – France will deport foreign-born imams and disband radical faith-based groups, including hardline traditionalist Catholics, if a new surveillance policy signals they suffer a “religious pathology” and … Continue reading

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