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Marbury v. Madison (Wisc.): Faith, Football, and Freedom OF Religion

Nov 2, 2012 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

This morning I had the privilege of standing with hundreds of students, parents, and citizens at Marbury High School in Autauga County, Ala., as they held signs and displayed shirts (like the one above) proclaiming Philipians 4:13, "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." These good citizens of Marbury were gathered this ...

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“Hey Teacher, What’s for Supper?”

Feb 22, 2012 No Comments ›› John Eidsmoe

“My mom’s the best cook in town; her hamburgers are out of this world!” “No, my mom’s the best; you should try her apple pie!” So it has been from time immemorial.  But if a current trend continues, that’s changing.  Soon the boast will be, “My school serves better dinners than your school!”  “No it doesn’t!” And ...

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Wendell Mitchell, RIP

Feb 15, 2012 No Comments ›› John Eidsmoe

The first time I met Wendell Mitchell was about 22 years ago. As the Dean of the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, he was interviewing me for a professorship, and he asked me, "Could you fit into the South?" I assured him that would be no problem, because I was born in the South ...

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Pilgrim or Puritan — Which Are You?

Nov 23, 2010 No Comments ›› John Eidsmoe

At Thanksgiving we think of the Pilgrims and Puritans who settled New England. But who were they? What was the difference between them? And which are you? In the late 1500s and 1600s the Anglican (Episcopal) Church was the official church of England, with the king as head of the church. And England granted ...

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Foundation’s “Intern-National” Program

Jul 26, 2010 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Last summer, Foundation attorney Col. John Eidsmoe taught a Constitutional Litigation course at Handong International Law School (HILS), which is part of Handong Global University (HGU) in Pohang, South Korea. As Col. Eidsmoe explained in his post about that visit, Handong describes itself as a “worldchanging global Christian university” with a goal of training ...

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Foundation Supports School Board Prayer

Jul 14, 2010 No Comments ›› Site Administrator

Press Release The Foundation for Moral Law (FML) in Montgomery, Alabama, founded by Judge Roy Moore, sent a letter yesterday to the Hoover City Board of Education in Hoover, Alabama, encouraging the Board to bring back invocations at its meetings, despite a threatening anti-prayer letter from a liberal secularist group in ...

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Judge Moore & Foundation Defend “Under God” in Pledge in NH Schools

Apr 19, 2010 1 Comment ›› Site Administrator

Judge Roy Moore and the Foundation for Moral Law filed an amicus curiae brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit today defending New Hampshire schools who allow students to voluntarily recite the Pledge of Allegiance, including “one nation under God.” The Foundation argued that atheist Michael ...

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Guest Blogger Milam Cain: “Plain-Language Movement” in Law Schools

Nov 6, 2009 3 Comments ›› Site Administrator

The following post was authored by guest blogger Milam Cain, a law student at Thomas Goode Jones School of Law and an intern at the Foundation for Moral Law. You may be familiar with the saying that goes, “I know that what I said is what you heard, but I’m not sure that what you heard ...

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Church, State, and First Amendment Seminar, November 3

Oct 16, 2009 3 Comments ›› Site Administrator

In addition to litigation and legal briefs, the Foundation for Moral Law works to educate the American people and public officials about the First Amendment and America's Christian heritage.  We have held seminars for pastors in the past and this year we launched a new Continuing Legal Education seminar specifically for lawyers: "Church, State, and ...

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Happy Constitution Day! (Pass it on.)

Sep 17, 2009 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Every September 17 is  Constitution Day, when America celebrates the important day---now 222 years ago---when the framers of the Constitution signed the document that has endured (more or less) as the longest-living constitution in the world.  But you wouldn't know it by looking at the Chief Executive's website. The White House's website makes little mention ...

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