FOUNDATION FOR MORAL LAW FILES RECUSAL MOTION BEFORE U. S. SUPREME COURT IN SAME-SEX MARRIAGE CASE
Montgomery, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law, a Montgomery-based nonprofit corporation dedicated to defending the Constitution as understood by its Framers, filed a motion Monday in the United States Supreme Court, urging the recusal of two Justices who have performed same-sex marriages.
On Tuesday the Court will hear oral
LOCAL FOUNDATION CARRIES BATTLE TO SUPREME COURT
MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law, an Alabama-based legal foundation dedicated to the defense of religious liberty under the Constitution, Friday filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court in the Sixth Circuit case involving same-sex marriage.
The Foundation has been embroiled in an Alabama case involving a same-sex union. After the Southern Poverty
LOCAL FOUNDATION DEFENDS MARRIAGE – IN ALABAMA, SOUTH DAKOTA, AND ABROAD
MONTGOMERY: In a Montgomery case involving same-sex marriage, U.S. District Court Judge Keith Watkins Tuesday issued an order dismissing Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley as a defendant. Judge Watkins noted that probate judges are under the judicial rather than executive branch of state government, and therefore Gov. Bentley has no stake or interest in the
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MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law, a legal foundation dedicated to the preservation of religious liberty and traditional marriage, expressed regret that U.S. District Judge Callie V.S. Granade struck down Alabama’s Sanctity of Marriage Amendment that prohibited same-sex marriage.
Foundation President Kayla Moore emphasized that Judge Granade’s ruling applies only in the Southern District of Alabama and that the ruling does not affect a
MONTGOMERY, AL: The Foundation for Moral Law, a Montgomery-based legal foundation, took sharp issue with a December 31 letter from American Atheists demanding that Troy State University Chancellor Jack Hawkins apologize for an end-of-year video he distributed by email to Troy students.
The 90-second video featured a conversation between a Harvard professor and a Chinese professor in which the Chinese professor notes the relationship between
MONTGOMERY: Kayla Moore, President of the Montgomery-based Foundation for Moral Law, applauded the decision of the Seventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals reversing a Wisconsin federal district court’s ruling that the pastors’ housing allowance is unconstitutional. The Foundation had filed an amicus brief urging reversal.
Churches often provide their pastors and their pastors’ families with a parsonage in which to live and conduct
FOUNDATION OFFERS TO DEFEND HOUSTON PASTORS
MONTGOMERY: Kayla Moore, President of the Montgomery-based Foundation for Moral Law, denounced the attempt by lesbian Houston, TX Mayor Annise D. Parker to subpoena sermons and sermon notes as a “blatant assault on religious liberty and a government attempt to control and censor the pulpit.”
Houston Mayor Parker has attempted to secure an ordinance allowing
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MONTGOMERY, AL: Kayla Moore, President of the Montgomery-based Foundation for Moral Law, today called upon U.S. Supreme Court Justices Elena Kagan and Ruther Bader Ginsburg to recuse themselves from a case involving same-sex marriage because each of these Justices has personally performed a same-sex marriage.
Justice Kagan officiated September 21st at a same-sex marriage for her former
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