To defend religious freedom, we must make school choice this century’s civil rights issue. In the 19th and 20th centuries, the great civil rights causes were the abolition of slavery and racial persecution. The abuses of government power made both those evils possible. In this century, we must confront a new abuse of government power, a government-run education system designed to promote Secularism and the secularization of our nation’s children. We must understand that this is deliberate.
Therefore, consider Rudy’s post. Then ask yourself these questions.
1. Will I join the battle to defend religious freedom?
2. If I am prepared to fight, what will be my role in the battle for school choice?
None of us can sit on the sidelines. The other side will not allow it. In their quest for tyrannical power, they will insist that any one who not for them is against them.
What does this statement mean? “Congress shall make no law respectingan establishment of religion,or prohibiting the free exercise thereof….”
In Post One I stated to relate the history of how the issue began and the What, When and Where and Why now is the time to mend the government from what has evolved over time to become a Civil Rights violation of the First Amendment of “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion,”
The Purpose of This Post
Is to relate an ancient proverb, a previous post of to explain how religious bigotry began in oils the history of government run public schools in the USA, and a basis how the government is violating the Civil Rights of the First Amendment to millions of Americans in respect to “establishment of religion to survive.
The rich rules over the poor, And the borrower becomes the lender’s…
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