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Thomas More Law Center Files Brief Defending Traditional Marriage in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals

The Thomas More Law Center (TMLC), a nonprofit public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, late Friday afternoon (Nov. 7), filed an amicus brief (friend of the court brief) in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals urging the … Continue reading

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“NO GAY CIVIL RIGHT! WE ARE READY TO GO TO JAIL!”, SAYS MICHIGAN PASTORS AT CAPITAL PRESS CONFERENCE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “NO GAY CIVIL RIGHTS! WE ARE READY TO GO TO JAIL!”, SAYS MICHIGAN PASTORS AT CAPITAL PRESS CONFERENCE   Lansing, Michigan, October 24, 2014- Hundreds of Michigan Pastors and Christian leaders gathered on the steps on the State … Continue reading

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U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s “Racial Profiling Grant” Is Dishonest And Distracting

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder – still playing the game of “race warfare”- announced today the award of a $4.75 million three-year grant to a group of educational and research organizations to study arrest data in five U.S. cities and … Continue reading

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From Slavery to Slavery: A Constitution Day Warning

Today, many Americans celebrate “Constitution Day” (or Citizenship Day). This is a celebration which recognizes the adoption of the United States Constitution and all who have become United States Citizens. The Constitution was signed in 1787 in the city of … Continue reading

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Republican Party History Not Solely Rooted in Civil Rights Advocacy

On December 1816, delegates from several states met in Washington, D.C., and organized the American Colonization Society. The delegates apparently voted to begin seeking removal of Black Americans back to Africa or wherever Congress thought the transition ought to take … Continue reading

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