Archive for Uncategorized
MONTGOMERY, Ala., June 26, 2017 /Standard Newswire (http://morallaw NULL.us10 NULL.list-manage NULL.com/track/click?u=b72e11e92141d4d6306c8aa3e&id=32b23c7179&e=97a75d12cd)/ — The Foundation for Moral Law, a Montgomery-based legal foundation dedicated to religious liberty, hailed the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of Trinity Lutheran Church as a victory for religious liberty.
In this case, the State of Missouri had made scrap tire materials available to schools to spread over
Foundation for Moral Law Applauds Supreme Court Decision to Hear Case About Right of Christian Baker Not to Violate His Conscience
|MONTGOMERY, Ala., June 26, 2017 /Christian Newswire (http://morallaw NULL.us10 NULL.list-manage NULL.com/track/click?u=b72e11e92141d4d6306c8aa3e&id=27f1a6f737&e=97a75d12cd)/ — The Foundation for Moral Law, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to the defense of religious liberty, applauded the Supreme Court’s decision to grant certiorari to Masterpiece Cakeshop in its case against the Colorado Civil Rights Commission.
Foundation President Kayla Moore stated, “We are excited that the Court has agreed
A conservative Christian legal advocacy group has announced its support of Donald Trump’s travel ban, which was yesterday partially reinstated by the US Supreme Court. The group highlighted the
FOUNDATION OFFERS TO HELP OPP CITY SCHOOLS
RESIST ATHEIST ATTACK
MONTGOMERY: The Foundation for Moral Law, a Montgomery-based foundation dedicated to the defense of the right to acknowledge God in the public sector, has offered to help the Opp City Schools ensure that their commencement and baccalaureate services can survive a constitutional challenge.
On June 5 the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) wrote to
FOUNDATION FOR MORAL LAW FILES IN TRANSGENDER CASE
MONTGOMERY: The Foundation for Moral Law, a Montgomery-based legal foundation dedicated to a strict interpretation of the Constitution as intended by its Framers, filed an amicus brief Tuesday in a transgender case that has garnered nationwide attention.
G.G., a Gloucester, VA high school student who was born female but identifies as male, sued the Gloucester School
LOCAL FOUNDATION OFFERS TO DEFEND TRUMP RELIGIOUS FREEDOM ORDER
MONTGOMERY: The Foundation for Moral Law, a Montgomery-based legal foundation dedicated to the defense of religious liberty and a strict interpretation of the Constitution as intended by its Framers, leaped to the defense of President Trump’s May 4 Executive Order Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty.
The President’s Order provides that “All executive departments and agencies
Foundation for Moral Law; national news:
FOUNDATION FOR MORAL LAW RECOMMENDS THAT TEXAS DISREGARD AS UNCONSTITUTIONAL U.S. SUPREME COURT’S GAY MARRIAGE DECISION
Montgomery, AL — The Foundation for Moral Law (“Foundation”) together with the Institute for Creation Research has filed an amicus brief with the Texas Supreme Court in Case No. 15-0688, Pidgeon v. Turner. The Court will hear oral argument on March 1 on the question of whether Obergefell v. Hodges, the Supreme Court’s 2015 gay marriage decision, requires that Texas municipalities provide spousal
(RESOLUTION PASSED) Thank you Col. Eidsmoe!
Mr. Chairman, and Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, my name is John Eidsmoe, my office is in Montgomery, Alabama, but I am a South Dakota native. I serve as Senior Counsel for the Foundation for Moral Law, and am a retired Air Force Judge Advocate, an attorney, and a Lutheran pastor. I am in Montana to speak for
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/members-of-congress-retired-military-generals-and-others-ask-supreme-court-to-take-sterling-case-300407031.html (http://www NULL.prnewswire NULL.com/news-releases/members-of-congress-retired-military-generals-and-others-ask-supreme-court-to-take-sterling-case-300407031 NULL.html)
Montgomery, AL — The Foundation for Moral Law, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the strict construction of the
Constitution according to the intent of the Framers and to the right to acknowledge God in the public arena, has come
to the defense of U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Monifa J. Sterling, who was court-martialed in part for refusing