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Louisiana Pastor be Jailed or Fined for Church Being too Loud

Daily Caller
December 15, 2015 • In the News

A New Orleans pastor who spent seven years rebuilding the city after Hurricane Katrina says he is now being bullied by local officials and intimidated by cops in a classic case of discrimination disguised as a noise dispute. Read full article »

Worshipping too loud? Fox Interview with Lead Pastor Rob Wilton at Vintage Church and Ken Klukowski

Fox and Friends
December 13, 2015 • In the News

“If the government is going to be putting this kind of a burden on peoples exercise of their religious faith, they can only do so if it’s the least restrictive means to serve a compelling public interest,” said Ken Klukowski. Watch Video »

Liberty Institute Helps Legion Keep Cross

One News Now
December 8, 2015 • In the News

A federal court has ruled the monument is legal and that it can remain. Read full article »

Senators Side with Cheerleaders in School Speech Fight

December 5, 2015 • In the News

“The religious messages the cheerleaders choose to display on their banners is plainly the private speech of the cheerleaders and deserves protection,” Hiram Sasser, director of Litigation for Liberty Institute, said. Read full article »

Judge Throws Out Lawsuit Filed by Those Who Found a WWI Memorial Offensive

Daily Signal
December 1, 2015 • In the News

Maryland federal judge Deborah Chasanow (a Clinton appointee) threw out a lawsuit filed by the American Humanist Association over a forty-foot-tall war memorial that is almost 100 years old. Read full article »

Court Finds Cross Memorial Constitutional

Baltimore Sun
November 30, 2015 • In the News

A federal court in Maryland has ruled that a cross-shaped war memorial in Prince George’s County is constitutional. Read full article »

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