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Mom Banned From Praying on Public School Property

I'm of the mind that the school had no right to ban her.  She didn't work for the school, wasn't obstructing anyone, and regardless of what the FFRF say, it is not unconstitutional.  Giving the impression that the school supports a particular message is a far cry from actually officially supporting it.  Banning someone because they might offend someone's delicate sensibilities is wrong.

The school administration are chickens, and took the easy way out bowing to pressure than stand up for what is right.  Suppressing the freedom of speech and expression is absolutely unconstitutional, while protecting someone from what they may perceive as the school sanctioning a religion is quite a stretch.

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President Obama Defends NSA Surveillance on Leno: ‘We Don’t Have a Domestic Spying Program’

President Obama was a guest on Leno last night and one of the topics was the non-existence of the NSA domestic spying op.  Here's a snip from :

President Barack Obama said Tuesday the United States of America doesn’t have a “domestic spying program” while defending the National Security Agency’s controversial spying efforts.

“What we do have is some mechanisms that can track a phone number or an email address that is connected to a terrorist attack…That information is useful,” he  during an interview with NBC’s “The Tonight Show.”

He also said that he was “disappointed” that Russia granted temporary asylum to National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, defying Obama administration demands that the former government contractor be sent back to the U.S. to face espionage charges.

Obama, in his first comments about Snowden since Russia’s decision last week, said the move reflected the “underlying challenges” he faces in dealing with Moscow.

All 50 State Constitutions Explicitly Thank God for His Benevolence

Did you know every state constitution explicitly thanks God and acknowledges that our nation is dependent upon Him?  I didn't.  It doesn't surprise me that it was written in, but it does surprise me that none have been forced to remove it.  Seen at :

To know the hearts, minds and collective will of our Founding Fathers and American pioneers, one need only look to what they wrote in their respective state constitutions. Most will be amazed to learn that all 50 state constitutions explicitly and unequivocally thank God for his benevolence and acknowledge that we as a nation are dependent upon Him - that He is the sole source of our freedoms. This is true, not just for the "red states," but for the bluest of the blue. ().

Let's start with the most liberal state in the Union: Massachusetts.

We, therefore, the people of Massachusetts, acknowledging, with grateful hearts, the goodness of the great Legislator of the universe, in affording us, in the course of His providence ... and devoutly imploring His direction in so interesting a design, do agree upon, ordain and establish the following ... Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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Subway Stabbing Victim Can't Sue NYPD For Failing To Save Him

When the police have no duty or obligation to protect, and the law does not let you protect yourself, it leaves one in a bit of a pickle, no?  Seen at :

A man who was brutally stabbed by Brooklyn subway slasher two years ago had his negligence case against the city yesterday, despite the fact that two transit officers had locked themselves in a motorman's car only a few feet from him at the time of the attack.

Gelman in the face, neck, hands and head on an uptown 3 train in February 2011, after in a 28-hour period. Lozito, a father of two and an avid martial arts fan, was able to tackle Gelman and hold him down, and Gelman was eventually arrested by the transit officers. Lozito sued the city, arguing that the police officers had locked themselves in the conductor's car and in time.

A Good Reason For Campus Carry

No means to protect themselves and little or no action taken by the campus or local law enforcement when a crime is committed.  It's a lose/lose situation for these ladies.  Seen at :

College campuses, safe places according to ESU officials in Kansas, are experiencing an outrageous problem. The problem is occurring on many campuses, not just one or two. While more reports are showing up, we need to fight for campus carry laws. Our young women are furthering their education while taking a large risk in today’s society.

is under federal investigation after several reports of sexual assaults and rapes have been swept under the rug. The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has been looking into allegations based on a Title IX complaint that was filed in May.Thirteen students along with several others that were not named say the school failed to follow up on sexual violence reports. Documents state that the campus could be in violation of the gender equality law. Jody Shipper, the executive director of the Office of Equity and Diversity, doesn’t know if any violations occurred, but is exploring every possibility.

Pelosi Needs a History Lesson

I would love to have asked her how, specifically, stronger gun control protects and defends the Constitution.  Seen at :

used her “” as a means to call for stronger gun control, so she apparently needs to have a history lesson. It is bad enough when a democrat opens their mouth but when something actually comes out, be ready to dodge the turds. First, let us look at the context within the “oath” to refresh our minds.

At the start of each new U.S. Congress, in January of every odd-numbered year, newly elected or re-elected Members of Congress – the entire House of Representatives and one-third of the Senate – must recite an oath:

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