1. Ayesha Kahn on The Supreme Court's Ten Commandments Case

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    Last week, the Supreme Court agreed to review a ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, granting a small religious organization the right to place monuments in two city parks in Utah. Scott Drake talks with Ayeasha Kahnfrom Americans United who filed a joint Amicus brief on the case urging the court to be aware of the the church and state implications.

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    • 10/30/2010 "Can We Mix Religion And Politics?" - Pastor Shane Idleman

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      Westside Christian Fellowship is a non-denominational Christian church that meets every Saturday at 5:30 pm, at 6015 West Avenue J8, Lancaster, California. For more info, or to read our statement of faith, visit westsidechristianfellowship.org/​about-wcf/​statement-of-faith/​

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      • Church, State, and the Crisis in American Secularism

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        Book Discussion with Bruce Ledewitz '77, Professor of Law Duquesne University School of Law with Commentary by Samuel Moyn, Professor of History, Columbia University; Irving S. Ribicoff Visiting Professor Yale Law School Yeshiva student turned secularist, Bruce Ledewitz seeks common ground for believers and nonbelievers regarding the law of church and state. He argues that allowing government to promote higher law values through the use of religious imagery would resolve the current impasse in the interpretation of the Establishment Clause. It would offer secularism an escape from its current tendency toward relativism in its dismissal of all that religion represents and encourage a deepening of the expression of meaning in the public square without compromising secular conceptions of government.

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        • Derek Araujo: The Establishment Clause in Exile - Church and State in the 21st Century (9/20/2009)

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          George W. Bush transformed the composition of the federal courts through eight years of judicial appointments. The judges he appointed have wrought striking changes in the law, including Establishment Clause jurisprudence. In light of these changes, protectors of the wall of separation between church and state must reexamine their strategic approach to defending our secular democracy Derek Araujo, Esq., Vice President and General Counsel of the Center for Inquiry (CFI). Introduced by Ken karp

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          • February 23, 2012 - The First Amendment: The Establishment Clause - Guest Essayist: David J. Bobb, Ph.D., director of the Hillsd

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            February 23, 2012 - The First Amendment: The Establishment Clause - Guest Essayist: David J. Bobb, Ph.D., director of the Hillsdale College Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship, in Washington, D.C.

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            • First Amendment Rights and Church State Separation, Lee Williams

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              Lee Remington Williams is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Bellarmine University. She has been a practicing attorney in the Commonwealth of Kentucky since 2003, through which she has had the opportunity to argue cases before the Kentucky Court of Appeals and Kentucky Supreme Court. She has advised and represented public schools regarding potential conflicts with the first amendment. She recently was a panel member at the IUS Constitution Day Colloquium on the First Amendment. She will discuss the importance of the First Amendment and some of the cases for which she has provided advice. We will also discuss many recent legal cases.

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              • In God We Teach even-handed

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                Neil deGrasse Tyson: "A clean and honest bit of documentary work. Rare in these times. Congratulations." "In God We Teach" tells the story of a high school student who secretly recorded his history teacher in class, and accused him of proselytizing for Jesus. The teacher, in danger of losing his job strenuously denied it. The specifics of the controversy lead directly to the church & state arguments that are in the news. With Stephen Colbert, Alan Dershowitz, Neil deGrasse Tyson and others. Please feel free to stream, download, share, and embed the film for non-commercial use. (www.InGodWeTeach.com) (www.VicLosick.com)

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                • Lord God The Establishment Clause-

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                  The Establishment Clause: Don't Pause; Know the Clause! God's right to Establish There is an establishment clause in our Constitution, one that many fight over its true meaning. This study is not about that clause to the Constitution. This is the Established Clause of the LORD God. 2Sa 7:14 I will be his father, and he shall be my son. If he commit iniquity, I will chasten him with the rod of men, and with the stripes of the children of men: 2Sa 7:15 But my mercy shall not depart away from him, as I took it from Saul, whom I put away before thee. This is about The LORD God who establishes and decree’s makes and creates, in righteousness he does rule and by his hand all things exist and consist. Now the Establishment clause of all laws and man, that is; there is a LORD God who rules. These are some of his Established decrees. The Establishment Clause has Established: "God's Right to Rule", even if man don't think he has that right, believe me he does! The Establishment Clause: The Lord God has established his righteousness and justice in that he can Judge the earth, the nations, and all men before him who stand in the earth. The Lord God can do this and save those who he has deemed worthy to live, while destroying the unworthy. WIBR/WARN Sites: www.wingswatchman.org www.warn-radio.com www.warn-usa.com www.ddayforamerica.com www.dday4america.com

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                  • Practical Applications of Establishment and Free Exercise clauses of the 1st Amendment

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                    A panel discussion on the practical applications of the Establishment and Free Exercise clauses of the 1st Amendment of the Bill of Rights. Hosted by Ryan Nobles. Discussants: * Paul Finkelman. * Gene Hickock. * Peter Irons. Developed by the Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution at James Madison's Montpelier in partnership with the Close Up Foundation

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                    • SCOTUS Says Christian Invocations Are OKAY!

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                      The U.S. Supreme court just ruled that christian prayers and invocations before government meeting is not a violation of the 1st amendment. This episode of State and Local Matters explores the implications of the ruling and how citizens at the state and local levels can organize to ensure equal access and minimize dominance of one faith over others. Our guest is David Williamson, President of the Central Florida Free-thought Community.

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