U.S. Military Gives in to Activist Demands to Discriminate Against Company Because of Inspirational Dog TagsDecember 3, 2019
First Liberty Institute today sent a letter to the United States Army Trademark Licensing office urging it to allow Shields of Strength (“Shields”), a private, faith-based, business to continue producing military-themed items such as replica “dog tags” and jewelry.
At a Christian counselors’ conference, the Secretary of State shared how his own religious beliefs influence his leadership. But according to the Americans United for Separation of Church and State, serving in government means you can’t bring your faith with you.
At the University of Notre Dame, the Attorney General courageously stood in defense of America’s first freedom. His remarks are a wakeup call at a time when a growing force of militant secularists continue to launch unremitting assaults on people of faith.
The U.S. Navy is about to celebrate its 244th birthday. Here are three important facts you need to know about how faith and religious freedom continue to be an integral part of Navy tradition.
Judge Allows Religious Liberty Firm to Join in Defense of Bible on POW/MIA Remembrance Table at New Hampshire VA HospitalSeptember 25, 2019
News Release For Immediate Release: 9.25.19 Contact: Lacey McNiel, email@example.com Direct: 972-941-4453 First Liberty Institute represents veterans organization that owns and maintains display at Manchester, New Hampshire VA Medical Center Concord, NH—A federal judge today granted First Liberty Institute’s motion to intervene on behalf of its client, the Northeast POW/MIA […]