Artical 5 - leaders to vigorously defend our constitutional...

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I. In Washington D.C. on July 22, 2010, Family Research Council and The Liberty Institute announced they are filing a motion for argument in a recent National Day of Prayer case. They are saying that the Obama’s Administration defense of the National Day of prayer is inadequate. Last April, U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb declared the National Day of Prayer unconstitutional. They hope that the Court will recognize that the American people deserve and expect their elected
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Unformatted text preview: leaders to vigorously defend our constitutional right to religious freedom. II. I believe that the NPD should stay and the Obama Administration need to work on trying to defend this day to practice freedom of religion for the American people. I believe that if the Supreme Court is calling this unconstitutional, they are being unconstitutional for not letting the citizens practice their religion freely....
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