The hostile Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) is going after Navy Cmdr. Richard Smothers for promoting a seminar based on his faith. Their most recent attack isn’t just outrageous, it also doesn’t have any solid legal basis. It’s time to stop these outrageous attacks and let chaplains be chaplains.
A bill pending in the U.S. House of Representatives could help restore the right of our client, Shields of Strength, to produce replica dog tags with inspirational Bible verses. Learn what First Liberty supporters are saying about this and why this could effectively end the controversy once and for all.
Our brave military heroes aren’t immune to the opposition’s All Out war on faith. Unrelenting attacks over the last couple of months are proof that anti-faith activists are determined to brazenly attack the right of our service members to live out their faith.
With many of our our brave service members now standing at high alert and prepared for action, the anti-faith activists at the Military Religious Freedom Foundation won’t give up in trying to deny them the freedom to find strength and courage in their faith.
Press Statement For Immediate Release: 1.14.20 Contact: Lacey McNiel, email@example.com Direct: 972-941-4453 Religious liberty law firm urges Marine Corps to allow replica dog tags, other inspirational jewelry Washington, DC—First Liberty Institute today sent a letter to the United States Marine Corps Trademark Licensing Office urging it to allow Shields of […]
How do you undermine military religious freedom and deflate the Christmas spirit at the same time? Just leave it up to the “Military Religious Freedom Foundation” to complain about a plastic Soldier Santa on an Army base who’s allegedly imposing his Christian faith on others.