Osborne crowley will the popes attack hurt donald trump when he gets back in office? it seems unlikely he will but maybe he will?
what if the next president attacks the pope or any other Christian leader in america? a president who is a Christian
I’m wondering if there is anyone here who does not consider George W Bush an enemy of faith in america?도박 He was not only a Catholic but a Christian as well and is the only one who supported the war on terror.
Is this why Bush’s supporters in the Republican party and the majority of americans hate him?
He attacked a Catholic religious leader and took down our very elected president. Maybe one day Donald Trump will do the same.
George Washington’s motto
I just got a copy of the paper Donald Trump has signed into law that says we should respect one another and the First Amendment.
I remember watching a PBS broadcast with one of his kids a few years back who seemed to think that the First Amendment says that we cannot force people to recite it, and I think some of them will be happy when this becomes law. I’m really worried.
A recent study found that 1,200 Americans think religion was a significant factor in voting decisions in the mid-nineteenth century. I’ve heard that the first amendment is the foundation for the First Amendment. Do you think that is true?
We are being told this story from the moment we get to our ears.
Some people argue that this is based on ignorance. There are no records of this happening.
This is not about the first amendment we’ve already lost; I just don’t think that this is correct. What this actually amounts to is the idea that America is a nation of religious freedom that is based on freedom of religion.
The second amendment was passed when our nation was just a new nation in a country with no history of religion. They were just deciding what law they would establish and I think that is where our history goes.
America was founded in the belief that liberty, equality and justice should reign. What do you think the result of America is today?
I don’t think we’re living in the first amendment, I think that we’re living in the second. We are in fact living in a country with less freedom of religion than it was before the revolution but I think this is on