Posts Tagged ‘religious freedom’
Happy 4th of July!0
July 4, 2022 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
“So what actually happened on July 4, 1776 – ‘Independence Day’?” Happy 4th of July! Musing of Tom Roberts, a …
Category General | Tags: 1st amendment, 4th of july, all men created equal, declaration of independence, freedom, freedomworks, friends, independence day, john and sarah roberts, july 4, july 4th, quakers, religious freedom, ship kent, slavery, slavery in virginia, slaves, Thomas H. Roberts, tom roberts, Virginia Civil Rights Attorney, william penn
5-5-2000 – Religious Liberty Restored0
April 9, 2016 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
News – Religious Freedom and Equal Access Restored Powhatan Student and Fellowship of Christian Athletes Settle Suit in Federal Court–School …
Category Civil Rights, First Amendment, Litigation, Religious Freedom | Tags: first amendment, religious freedom, virginia religious freedom
Rights of parents to religious training of their children in intra-parental custody-visitation disputes.0
April 20, 2015 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
How should courts deal with religious differences of parents and its impact upon the upbringing of children in the context …
Category Civil Rights, Commentary, Due Process, Religious Freedom | Tags: parent's right to raise their children in faith, parental rights, religious education of children, religious freedom, religious training of children, when divorced parents disagree on religion
Governor of Virginia vetos clarifying legislation regarding religious freedom in schools.0
April 7, 2014 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
Your freedoms are at risk where people attempt to supplant “Freedom of Religion” with “Freedom from Religion” On March 7, …
Category Civil Rights, Commentary, Religious Freedom | Tags: freedom from religion, mcaullife attack on religious freedom, religious clubs in schools, religious freedom, religious freedom in virginia, student prayer, virginia student prayer
Religious Intolerance and Violence in Afghanistan0
January 26, 2013 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
Religious Intolerance and Violence in Afghanistan Editorial Opinion 4-3-2011 Recent violence in Afghanistan has killed many innocent lives as Afghans …
Category Civil Rights, Commentary, First Amendment, Freedom of Speech and Press, Religious Freedom | Tags: Afghanistan, Don Imus, Freedom Works, freedomworks, freedomworksfoundation, Hamid Karzai, Howard Stern, Karzai, Koran, Koran burning, religious freedom, US Foreign Policy