Eagle Forum Legislative Alerts

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

A Win for the Constitution in South Carolina

The South Carolina legislature has the radical idea that state colleges should use tax dollars to teach students about America, rather than spend time teaching them about the homosexual culture.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Attacks on Religious Freedom Remind Us of Vietnam

Recently, I came across an alarming article by Congressman Sam Johnson of Texas. Johnson was a fighter pilot in the Air Force who served in the Vietnam War and spent almost seven years as a prisoner of war. He endured torture and nearly four years of solitary confinement. He is a decorated war hero whose honors include two Purple Hearts. Johnson is troubled by the Obama administration’s abuse of power and brazen disregard for traditional American rights.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Feminists Get Obama to Sue Pennsylvania

The Obama administration has filed suit against the Pennsylvania State Police, after it came to light that the State Police have a slightly lower pass rate for women on their physical fitness test. They found that 94% of men passed the test and only 71% of women passed. The feminists obviously demanded this lawsuit. According to their ideology, if women can’t do as well as men on a fitness test for a job, it must be discrimination and the test must be discarded for everyone.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Joy Pullmann — Our Children Are Not Common

American moms and dads everywhere have risen against Common Core, the latest federal education scheme. Are we winning? Don't miss this update from the front lines of the education debate.

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Friday, September 12, 2014

Supremacist Judges On the March Again

It is a long-standing American custom in all sorts of legislative and other public meetings to open the meeting with a prayer. This bothers the atheists, so they have initiated many lawsuits to try to get supremacist judges to forbid prayers at public meetings. Last May, there was a decision in favor of prayer in a small town in upstate New York named Greece. The atheists had sued the city fathers to stop anyone from voicing a prayer before public meetings, claiming that any prayer is unconstitutional. The atheists were dismayed when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that reciting a prayer, even a Christian prayer, at the start of a public meeting is not a violation of our Constitution.