[…] in a crowded theater was not protected speech because people could panic and be trampled while trying to escape the building. “And what is the crowded theater today?” Breyer asked. “What is being trampled to death?” Holmes did write the unanimous opinion in Schenck that ruled it was illegal to distribute flyers opposing the draft […]
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[…] Jesus — that being the Great Commission — and ask people to come together to support a vision, not a program,” Page said. Page noted that the culture today is different, in that it is more individualistic, which has drifted down to churches as well. Churches today have the ability to do missions and many of […]
[…] more light on campaign ad spending. After the latest vote, Family Research Council President Tony Perkins said in a written statement the DISCLOSE Act “is no more popular today than it was when it tanked in July. Not surprisingly, the doomed legislation which was designed to expose (and thereby scare) top donors of organizations like […]
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[…] for a reasonable time so as not to interfere with the ongoing and advanced efforts of the political branches,” the brief says. Supporters of the policy say recent news events only strengthen their belief that Christian conservatives and other traditionalists will suffer if the policy is overturned. One major flair-up involves Army Lt. Gen. Thomas Bostick, […]
[…] nothing to do with it,” Pavin said. “It mentioned one guy on the team was a Christian and a regular at Bible study and that was news to me. “It’s a personal faith and a regular walk,” Pavin said. “That’s who I am all the time.” –30– Art Stricklin is a Baptist Press sports correspondent based […]
[…] teammates were released. For more than two months, she was the lone American in the Port-au-Prince jail. Silsby made the comments during an interview on the InterMountain Christian News Hour, which broadcasts weekdays on 790 AM in Boise, Idaho. “There were definitely things about it that were so incredibly challenging,” Silsby, a member of Central Valley […]
SILVER SPRING, Md. (BP)–Samuel Rozolem was a teenager when he came to America with his family from Brazil. His grandfather was a pastor and he was a nominally religious churchgoer when, in 1998, he turned his life over to God. “There was nothing dramatic going on in my life. I had a good job; I […]