“God save the United States and this honorable court,” intoned the Supreme Court marshal yesterday to formally begin the Court’s oral arguments in a case arising from a New York town’s decade-old tradition of opening its town council meetings with a prayer.
In an interview with New York magazine that covered all ground but the national parkland being barricaded by the Obama administration, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia took umbrage to a reporter’s vibe that his views on religion — specifically on the existence of Satan — were ‘weird’.
When it comes to religion and spirituality, college students are relatively split when it comes to being very religious or not religious at all.
Here’s one New York City voter who won’t be casting a ballot for Mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner on Tuesday.
How far would you travel to attend a pro-life rally? A couple miles? How about more than 2,000 miles — on foot?
As Congressional Republicans continue working to repeal the Affordable Care Act, one institution is battling to make headway in a fight against the controversial law, first receiving a win against the abortion mandate in court only to have the decision reversed two days later.