LIBERTY INSTITUTE FILES LEGAL BRIEF SUPPORTING NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER
On July 8, 2010, the Liberty Institute filed a brief in the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in support of the National Day of Prayer in "Freedom from Religion Foundation v. Obama".
On April 15, 2010 U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb ruled the federal government's observation of prayer is unconstitutional, despite numerous rulings from the U.S. Supreme Court that protect long-standing traditions of religious invocations.
Americans shouldn't be forced to abandon their religious heritage simply to appease a political agenda. Judge Crabb's ruling striking down the National Day of Prayer contradicts what our Constitution's authors believed about the importance of religion to our society.
When Congress passed a statute in 1952 calling for the President to issue a proclamation designating the National Day of Prayer, it memorialized the virtually unbroken tradition of Presidents from Washington to Truman who designated a day of prayer.
The First Amendment allows public officials to acknowledge our nation's religious heritage, and it's outrageous that one activist judge has tried to undermine more than two hundred years of American history.
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