Separation of Church and State Restricts the Federal Government Not State Governments

SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE ARE NOT IN THE CONSTITUTION

The ‘Separation’ protects individuals’ rights, not the governments. “The framers were not only decreeing that Congress could not establish a religion, but also reassuring the states that they could establish religions and Congress couldn’t stop them…[It’s about] the federal government’s involvement in religion. Even Jefferson’s “wall of separation between church and state” LETTER referred only to the federal government and assumed states could have established religions.” —Ann Coulter

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A Christmas Special: The Lost Truths of Freedom and Christianity

For those of us living in the United States, a nation that has experienced more than two hundred years of unparalleled liberty, it is easy to take for granted the extraordinary gifts we have been given...

The majority of human beings have never even thought about the possibility of living under the protection of a government that would honor their individual rights or grant them freedom...

The modern day we live in, with the unimaginable blessings of freedom and liberty, is the aberration, not the norm. Further, simply because freedom exists today does not guarantee this gift will survive for future generations...

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