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September 14, 2009
Bible Ban Case May Go to Supreme Court

From the OneNewsNow Original article available here. The Rutherford Institute is asking the Supreme Court to hear a case in which a Bible reading was banned from sc...

September 09, 2009
Court Upholds Ban on Hymn at Wash. Graduation

From the Seattle Post Intelligencer Original article available here. Barring an instrumental performance of a Christian hymn at a high school graduation did not vio...

August 28, 2009
Radio Interview with John Whitehead

John Whitehead discusses the passing of his late wife, Carol Whitehead, with talk-radio host Louie b. Free ("Brain Food from the Heartland"). Click here to listen. ...

August 11, 2009
Jail's Mail Policy Revised

From Fredericksburg.com Original article available here. Two mail clerks sort through more than 4,500 pieces of mail each week at the Rappahannock Regional Jail. Th...

July 10, 2009
ACLU Sends Letter to Jail Officials, Telling Them to Stop Censorship

From Fredericksburg.com Original article available here. The American Civil Liberties Union accused the Rappahannock Regional Jail yesterday of unconstitutionally c...

July 08, 2009
John Whitehead Discusses the Media Sideshow over Michael Jackson's Death and How It is Destroying Democracy

John Whitehead, CEO and co-founder of the Rutherford Institute, joins radio host Coy Barefoot to discuss the media sideshow over Michael Jackson's death and how it ...

June 11, 2009
West Virginia Restriction on Soliciting in Parks Overturned

From DailyPress.com Original article available here. A federal judge has ruled that the state Division of Natural Resources violated residents' free speech righ...

June 02, 2009
Judges: No Bible at Pa. Kindergarten Show and Tell

From timesleader.com Original article available here. A kindergartner's mother cannot read Scripture during show and tell, even if the Bible is the boy's fa...

May 29, 2009
Opportunity Knocks for Cyber Tsar

From BBC News Original article available here. The job of the new cybersecurity tsar is far from a poisoned chalice and one that offers a golden opportunity to make...

May 14, 2009
Free Speech 'Gutted' in Valedictorian Speech Case

The Rutherford Institute is suing a Billings, Montana, school over a graduation decision. John Whitehead, founder of the Institute, says many people were scheduled t...

April 20, 2009
Schools Embraced Zero-Tolerance Policies After Columbine. Have They worked?

From DenverPost.com Original article available here. When he stuffed his fist into the lollipop jar on his teacher's desk, David Boeke didn't know about wha...

April 15, 2009
School Strip-Search Case Heads to Supreme Court

From Education Week News School Strip-Search Case Heads to Supreme Court The U.S. Supreme Court next week will hear a case on the strip-search of a 13-year-old g...

March 30, 2009
Why Allow the Kids to Speak, at All?

From Reviewjournal.com Original article available here. In the spring of 2006, officials at Foothill High School, in suburban Henderson, required valedictorian Brit...

March 27, 2009
Foothill grad Wants Supreme Court Ruling on Interrupted Speech

From Las Vegas Sun Original article available here. Foothill High School valedictorian whose graduation speech was cut off when she began talking about her Christia...

March 06, 2009
Judges: Coach Can't Bow Head While Players Pray

From WorldNetDaily Original article available here. The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear a case involving a high school football coach's effort to respect...

March 03, 2009
Supreme Court Lets Ban on Type of School Prayer Stand

From The Washington Post Original article available here. Coach Marcus Borden used to bow his head and drop to one knee when his football team prayed. But the Supre...

February 24, 2009
High Court to Hear DNA Testing Case

From The Washington Post Original article available here. Their stories are familiar, even if their names no longer resonate: Bruce Godschalk, freed after spendi...

February 17, 2009
Ministry Sues for Access to Inmates

From ChristianityToday.com Original article available here. The Oklahoma Department of Corrections' refusal to allow a Christian ministry access to send Bibles,...

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