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Adsos Letter Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-12-11 12:05 AM
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If you aren't already aware of it, "Church & State" has an online monthly edition.
Edited on Wed Jan-12-11 12:18 AM by Adsos Letter
There is no subscription required. This online publication (you can receive the hard copy for a small donation) is well worth adding to your monthly reading list, especially if Church/State separation is an important issue to you.
It is non-denominational; part of the outreach/information arm of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, a non-profit organization. LINK AT BOTTOM OF POST

This month's topics:

Battling Faith-Based Bias
"Tax-Funded Hiring Discrimination By Religious Charities Is Wrong, AUs Lynn Tells Congress"

The Art Of Censorship
"Catholic League, Congressional Allies Push Sacrilegious Video From National Portrait Gallery"

Madisons Mandate
"Father Of The Constitution Opposed Faith-Based Funding"

Creationisms Evolving Strategy
"Five Years After A Landmark Court Ruling Against Intelligent Design, Evolution Opponents Are Still On The Prowl"

"Obama And The Faith-Based Initiative"

People & Events
"Kentucky Governor Receives Flood Of Criticism Over Ark Park Funding"

"Religious Right Leaders Plot Strategy For 2012 Presidential Election"

"House Leaders Hope To Revive Voucher Scheme In Washington, D.C."

"Catholic Bishops Signal New Militancy On Culture War Issues"

"Reject School Voucher Scheme, AU Advises Colorado Public School"

"Tea Party Reps Want Christian Nation View Of Constitution Taught"

"Louisiana Textbook Body Approves Use Of Sound Science Books"

"NYC Mosque Funding Request Raises Church-State Separation Concerns"

"Virginia Baptists Approve Resolution Reaffirming Church-State Separation"

"Texas House Speaker Becomes Target For Not Being Christian"

AU Bulletin

"AU, Allies Oppose Military Family School Voucher"

"Pledge Of Allegiance Law Upheld In New Hampshire"

"Pa. Polling Place Required Voters To Swear On Bible"

"Bill Would Allow Texas Teachers To Post Commandments"

"Montana Allows God-Talk At School Graduation"

"Judge Blocks Oklahoma Anti-Shariah Amendment"

"Blasphemy Resolution Passes U.N. Committee"

"Schools May Breach Irish Childrens Human Rights"

"Application Inquisition"

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