In a groundbreaking decision, the Court said, “Any test the Court adopts must acknowledge a practice that was accepted by the Framers and has withstood the critical scrutiny of time and political change . . . Any test that would sweep away what has so long been settled would create new controversy and begin anew the very divisions along religious lines that the Establishment Clause seeks to prevent.”
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Michael Farris, head of the Home School Legal Defense Association is calling today’s news “an incredible victory that can only be credited to our Almighty God.” Monday the Supreme Court refused to rehear a case that could have resulted in allowing the Romeike family to remain in the US. But after considerable pressure, the Administration has decided to grant the Romeikes indefinite deferred status. Homeschooling has been illegal in Germany since Hitler’s time.
One of the most controversial features of ObamaCare is the mandate requiring companies to provide insurance covering abortion and related services that may go against the employer’s faith and conscience. But the American Center for Law and Justice reports we’ve moved a step closer to seeing that mandate put on hold.