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Civil Liberties 1 Civil Liberties Carianne Jones Axia College May, 10, 2010
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Civil Liberties 2 The category that I chose is civil liberties and the free exercise clause. The reason for choosing this is that I feel that it is our right to practice freedom of religion and not have any government agency from interfering with the practice of religion. That is what makes America such a great nation. We as American have the right to practice and declare of religion where ever we want. We as American can choose the religion that we follow and no government agency or official can interfere with that freedom. Freedom of Religion is the most important topic of discussion for me because I am a very spiritual individual my faith is what gets me up each day. I can’t imagine living each day having to hide the joy that Jesus brings me, because the governments where I live tell me not to follow him. A public policy that is designed to protect the civil liberties of allow freedom of religion is the separation of church and state in the constitution, which was established by congress in 1789. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof: or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people to peaceably assemble. Our first amendment right is the freedom of religion I completely support this policy. I support as it was initially submitted by our founding fathers. In the reading writing their faith into the laws of the Land the Jehovah witness faith wanted their right
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