Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Obese Lesbians Hold Attraction of Obama Admin.

So far, President Obama has spent over $3 million of taxpayer funds trying to figure out why the vast majority of lesbians are extremely overweight, and the spending will continue to the end of the Obama presidency to determine if lesbians struggle with weight gain, or prefer it.
“It's not true that all butch women are fat and ugly. Although the butch women who I personally am most attracted to are the fat and ugly ones.”
-- Cassandra Urquhart, lesbian
For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

President Obama: Increase Homosexual Program Spending

President Obama Shifts Defense Funds to Homosexuals

President Obama Grants 'Reparations' to Homosexuals via Military

President Obama Tells Generals: Back My Gay Military, or Resign

President Obama Shifts VA Money to Homosexuals, Breaking Law

President Obama Funds Homosexualists' School Training

University Gay Agenda Wastes Money, Says Congressman

And read how ObamaCare covers Gay Agenda elective treatment as well as health issues unique to homosexuals.

In addition, read President Obama Focuses Government on the One Percenters of America -- the Homosexuals

-- From "Why the federal government spent $3 million to study lesbian obesity" by Josh Hicks, Washington Post 9/2/14

The ongoing National Institutes of Health study, now in its fourth year and scheduled to last another two, has cost about $3 million to date, the Washington Free Beacon revealed in a recent article.

A summary of the research project said that nearly three-quarters of lesbians are overweight or obese. The rate is 25 percent higher than heterosexual females and almost “double the obesity risk of gay men,” the summary said.

Researchers have also determined that gay and bisexual males had a “greater desire for toned muscles” than straight men. This supposedly helps explain why gay men are generally more fit than lesbians.

By now, you’re probably wondering why the government is funding a study that, so far, has largely reinforced stereotypes of gays and lesbians. The project summary says that “racial and socioeconomic disparities are receiving increasing attention” and lesbian obesity is “of high public-health significance.”

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Feds Still Studying Why Lesbians Are Obese" by Elizabeth Harrington, Washington Free Beacon 8/29/14

In just two years the project’s budget has nearly doubled, growing from $1.5 million to nearly $3 million today, despite fears that sequestration could jeopardize the project and other NIH funding.

The study, which is being led by S. Bryn Austin, an associate epidemiologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, operates on the premise that there is a “striking interplay of gender and sexual orientation in obesity disparities.”

The project now claims that lesbians have lower “athletic-self esteem” that may lead to higher rates of obesity. Another research paper found that lesbians are more likely to see themselves at a healthy weight, even though they are not.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Yes, Some Lesbians and Bi Women Really Do Prefer Butches" by Vanessa Vitiello Urquhart, Slate 8/11/14

. . . Do lesbians really find butch women attractive? As a butch woman, it is impossible to ignore the implication that, for certain people, women like me are the least attractive creatures on the planet. Umbrage-taking aside, however, the question raises the issue of whose standards of beauty apply in a queer female context. And sorry, hetero guys, but they're not yours.

. . . I myself have felt a strong attraction to some of my fellow butch dykes.

The reason it seems so unlikely that many lesbian and bi women find butches attractive is that the commonly understood meaning of “attractive” is nearly synonymous with “gender-conforming,” especially for women. . . . Queer culture has always recognized, and celebrated, people who deviate from the gender norms imposed in the dominant heterosexual culture.

To read the entire opinion above, CLICK HERE.

Also read ObamaNation: Homosexualists Declare Victory in 'Pride Parades'

In addition, read about President Obama's latest unilateral Gay Agenda action, which is considered insufficient by homosexualists.

Monday, September 01, 2014

Thousands vs. Atheists, Prayer at Florida Football

Townsfolk packed the Apopka High School football game Friday, including hundreds who joined the team on the field to give God the glory in response to the ban on volunteer chaplains enacted by the county school board due to a threatening letter from the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation.
"We're going to fight for what we believe in and we're going to stand for it."
-- Amy Moore, local prayer organizer
For background, read Jesus Banned from Florida School Football, Atheists Win

Also read Georgia Citizens & School vs. Anti-Prayer Atheists

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-- From "Hundreds 'cover the field' to support praying Apopka football team" by Kristin Giannas, Reporter, WKMG-TV6 (Orlando, FL) 8/30/14

It's a tradition of faith that parents and students at Apopka High School refuse to break. A defeated football team "covered the field" in prayer Friday night.

"Even though we lost tonight, no matter what, we will always give glory to God," said Gavin Johnson over the megaphone.

He was surrounded by his team and hundreds of people from the community.

The parents plan on voicing their concerns at the next school board meeting.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Prayer at football games sparks controversy in Apopka" by Joel Schipper, Reporter, Channel 13 8/29/14

Glen Baer is one of thousands of fans who showed up to show support for the Apopka High School football team Friday night, but Baer’s not here for the game.

"I don’t care about the football game just as much as I do making sure prayer is able to stay in schools or at least have that option if they choose to," said Baer.

Florida Law authorizes school districts to allow students to deliver prayers and "inspirational messages" at student assemblies, like football games and rallies. Adults, however, are not allowed to influence or lead those prayers on school grounds. The bill was passed and signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott in 2012.

"I am so done with this whole movement of pushing God out of our society and out of these kids’ lives – they need that more than anything, right now," said Lorri Tolliver, the parent of a cheerleader.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Abortionists Battle to Kill Without Clinics

Advocates of abortion recognize that the public opinion, both in America and around the world, that has been moving against their ideology for decades, has recently become a pro-life tsunami as abortion clinic closings mount in the U.S.  Although, a lone judge temporarily halted some clinic closings in Texas, most there have already closed, as has been the case in Ohio.  In response, abortionists are strategizing to perpetuate their deadly sacrament in the absence of traditional clinics.

For background, read Abortion Clinic Closings Set Record; Abortionists Admit Defeat and are now Forced to Risk All in Supreme Court

Also read that Abortion Advocates Shun Label 'Pro-choice' due to Negative Connotation

-- From "The Dawn of the Post-Clinic Abortion" by Emily Bazelon, New York Times 8/28/14

In June 2001, under a cloud-streaked sky, Rebecca Gomperts set out from the Dutch port of Scheveningen in a rented 110-foot ship bound for Ireland. Lashed to the deck was a shipping container, freshly painted light blue and stocked with packets of mifepristone (which used to be called RU-486) and misoprostol. The pills are given to women in the first trimester to induce a miscarriage. Medical abortion, as this procedure is called, had recently become available in the Netherlands. But use of misoprostol and mifepristone to end a pregnancy was illegal in Ireland, where abortion by any means remains against the law, with few exceptions.

Gomperts is a general-practice physician and activist. She first assisted with an abortion 20 years ago on a trip to Guinea, just before she finished medical school in Amsterdam. Three years later, Gomperts went to work as a ship’s doctor on a Greenpeace vessel. . . . She did some legal and medical research and concluded that in a Dutch-registered ship governed by Dutch law, she could sail into the harbor of a country where abortion is illegal, take women on board, bring them into international waters, give them the pills at sea and send them home to miscarry. . . .

Gomperts no longer works from a boat. Eight years ago she started Women on Web, a “telemedicine support service” for women around the world who are seeking medical abortions. . . . .

Almost 40 percent of the world’s population lives in countries, primarily in Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Persian Gulf, where abortion is either banned or severely restricted. . . .

Gomperts designed her program — based on the radical idea of providing abortions without direct contact with a doctor — for women in countries where abortion clinics are nonexistent or highly restricted. But her model is invigorating abortion rights activists in the United States, where the procedure is simultaneously legal and increasingly hard to access. In their eyes, medical abortion, delivered through a known, if faraway, source, could be a transformative response: a means of access that remains open even when clinics shut.

. . . The F.D.A. approved mifepristone through the seventh week of pregnancy. Many doctors, though, prescribe the medication off label through 10 weeks, based on recent research showing it remains effective. Medical abortion now accounts for approximately a third of all abortion through that period in this country. Ohio and Texas require abortion providers to follow the more restrictive F.D.A. protocol; a similar law will go into effect in Oklahoma in November.

. . . A number of clinics have explored the option of allowing women, particularly those who live in remote areas, to receive the drugs without seeing a doctor in person. . . .

Just as abortion rights supporters have come to appreciate the potential of mifepristone and misoprostol to increase access to abortion, anti-abortion activists have come to grasp the threat it poses. In the last four years, 15 states have blocked medical abortion via telemedicine, requiring doctors to be physically present when patients take their pills. Advocates for laws that limit access to medical abortion, which they call “chemical abortion,” say that the procedure should be restricted to protect the safety of women.

. . . Self-administered abortion is increasingly getting attention in states where clinics are closing, especially in Texas. . . .

To read the entire VERY LONG article above, CLICK HERE.

Also read American Kids Killed by Chemical Weapons: Abortion

From "In Texas, New Doctor-Restrictive Abortion Law Could Kick In Monday" by Carrie Feibel, KUHF posted at Kaiser Health News 8/28/14

The Texas law that passed in 2013 requires doctors who perform abortions to first obtain admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles. Many clinics, especially rural ones, found it difficult to comply with that rule by the November deadline. The number of Texas clinics that perform abortions has dropped from 41 to 20.

Now the law’s final rule requires doctors’ offices to meet the standards of ambulatory surgical centers, including an array of rules that govern hallway widths, the presence of showers and lockers, heating and cooling specifications. The rules also require conformance with other construction codes that can cost millions of dollars.

Planned Parenthood’s [Rochelle] Tafolla said only eight clinics in Texas would meet the newest requirement, and they’re all in the major cities: two are in Houston (including Planned Parenthood Gulf Cost), two in San Antonio, two in Dallas, and one each in Fort Worth and Austin.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Federal judge strikes down key part of restrictive Texas abortion law" by Maria L. La Ganga & Molly Hennessy-Fiske, Los Angeles Times 8/29/14

[U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel, in a 21-page decision,] late Friday struck down two provisions of a Texas law that has already forced the closure of half the state’s abortion clinics, granting at least a temporary reprieve to nearly a dozen more facilities that would have otherwise gone out of business Monday.

Texas Atty. Gen. Greg Abbott immediately filed a notice that he would appeal Yeakel’s decision to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit, which has upheld abortion restrictions.

Jonathan Saenz, president of a conservative Austin-based group called Texas Values, said he was disappointed but not surprised, given Yeakel’s record. And he said he was confident that the decision would eventually be overturned by the conservative 5th Circuit.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Also read Texas Abortion Rate Plunges, Liberals Fume

Besides Texas, read how Democrats Restrict Abortion in Louisiana and South Carolina

From "How many abortion clinics does Ohio have?" by Chrissie Thompson, Cincinnati Enquirer 8/29/14

Ohio started 2013 with 14 abortion clinics, but that number started to dwindle once new Republican-authored regulations took effect last fall. The state currently has eight outpatient clinics performing abortions: three in Northeast Ohio, two in Southwest Ohio, one in Toledo and two in Columbus.

The Enquirer reported a ninth clinic last week: Cleveland's Surgi-Center has met the regulatory requirements to perform abortions, but is looking for a new location. So it's not offering abortions, and we won't count it among operating clinics from now on.

Of the remaining eight clinics in Ohio, three are in jeopardy: the two Southwest Ohio facilities, which are seeking approval to stay open, and the one in Toledo, which is in a court battle with the health department.

At issue is a controversial state law, which was updated last year. Abortion clinics in Ohio now must have agreements with private hospitals willing to take abortion patients in an emergency. Many private hospitals are religious and have declined to form the agreements, leaving the clinics seeking an exception to the state law.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Also read Ohio Shuts Down Last Abortion Clinic in Toledo

CBS News reports on clinic closings

Saturday, August 30, 2014

To Avoid Rape, Must Videotape — New Calif. Law

Legislation passed this week in California (SB-967), now awaiting Gov. Brown's signature, would enable successful prosecution of male college students for rape in the absence of written consent for sex from the accuser, or video evidence of the accuser giving affirmation of each stage during the sexual encounter.

Simple advice to men:  Don't have sex until you're married; problem solved!

For background on how colleges address rampant sex on campus, click headlines below:


Sex Training Sweeps Campuses on Taxpayers' Dime

Porn Novel for Freshmen Orientation in South Carolina

Hooker, Porn Star Lectures at University of Illinois

Univ. of Minnesota Hires Church Sex Trainers to Teach Orgasm

Orgasm Live Demo in Chicago College Classroom

Bondage-S&M-Sex Student Group OK'd by Harvard

Gay Savage Sells Sex App for Univ. of Oregon to Students



-- From "California passes ‘Yes Means Yes’ bill" by Meredith Clark, MSNBC 8/29/14

The bill passed Thursday, as students begin a new school year and colleges and universities continue to struggle to deal with sexual assault on campus. Many colleges already include affirmative consent, also known as “yes means yes,” in their policies, but the bill would require all schools that receive state funds to use the standard in order to continue to receive money.

The bill defines affirmative consent as “affirmative, conscious, and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity.” It also states that a lack of resistance is not equivalent to an explicit assent, and that consent “must be ongoing throughout a sexual activity and can be revoked at any time.”

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "California bill defines what it means to say ‘yes’ to sex" by Gail Sullivan, Washington Post 8/29/14

. . . The standard would apply to all sexual encounters regardless of whether the parties are having a one-night stand or are in a long-term relationship.

One thing the bill doesn’t say is that affirmative consent must be verbal. The bill’s original language warned “relying solely on nonverbal communication can lead to misunderstanding,” but that language was removed as was the requirement that consent be “unambiguous.” Nonetheless, as Slate’s Amanda Hess pointed out, this fact was lost on commentators, some who lamented the standard would redefine most sex as rape and would require students to agree to a verbal or written contract before sex.

But critics say the proposal unfairly burdens those accused of sexual assault. “How does a person prove they receive consent “shy of having it videotaped,” Joe Cohn, the legislative policy director at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, told Inside Higher Ed. Cohn said the policy reverses the presumption of innocence for the accused, which he called a “dramatic and important shift.”

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Calif. legislature votes 'yes means yes'" by William M. Welch, USA TODAY 8/28/14

The bill was pushed by Sen. Kevin de Leon of Los Angeles, a Democrat.

"With this measure, we will lead the nation in bringing standards and protocols across the board so we can create an environment that's healthy, that's conducive for all students, not just for women, but for young men as well too, so young men can develop healthy patterns and boundaries as they age with the opposite sex," de Leon said before the vote.

In anticipation of the legislature's approval, the National Coalition for Men, a non-profit group based in San Diego, posted on its website last week an article urging Brown to veto the legislation.

"It is tragically clear that this campus rape crusade bill presumes the veracity of accusers (a.k.a. 'survivors') and likewise presumes the guilt of accused (virtually all men). This is nice for the accusers – both false accusers as well as true accusers — but what about the due process rights of the accused?,'' wrote Gordon Finley, an adviser to the group and professor emeritus of psychology at Florida International University.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Click headlines below to read previous articles:

California School Pushes College-level Porn Sex Ed, Parents Outraged

President Obama Wants an End to Abstinence, Favors Anal Sex

Oral Sex Is the New Goodnight Kiss

Schools Train 12-year-olds in Oral, Anal Sex

Also read how Planned Parenthood teams up with schools by providing "kinky sex trainers" for kids.

Friday, August 29, 2014

Illinois Homosexual Teacher Arrested on Child Porn

As school began this week at Meridian Middle School in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, teacher John C. Vastis, 51, was arrested for soliciting a boy to provide pictures and video of himself performing sex acts.
"HOT!!!"
-- Vastis' on-line reaction after viewing boy's video
For background, read Education Experts Say: Relax Parents, Sexting Simply How Kids Flirt Today

Click headlines below to read previous articles:

Homosexual Teacher Sexting Boy Resigns, Media Silent

Homosexual Teacher Jailed: Paying Boys to Sext Him

Homosexual Pedophile Teacher Defended by Michigan School

Most Americans Say Gay Men Untrustworthy with Boys

White House Says Gay Recruitment of Kids Successful

Also read the homosexualist who says: We Recruit Kids for Sexual Deviancy



-- From "Middle school teacher charged with manufacturing child pornography" by Jason Meisner & Sally Ho, Chicago Tribune 8/28/14

Reached by telephone, Eli Rogers, the assistant principal of Meridian, said Aptakisic-Tripp School District 102 sent a note to parents this morning notifying them of the arrest and providing an anonymous tip line to call with any information.

Vastis, a resident of far northwest suburban Lakemoor who is also known as "Pete," faces a minimum of 15 years in prison if convicted of the most serious charge of manufacturing child pornography.

The youth, identified in the charges only as "Minor A," told agents that he began communicating via Skype and text messages with an adult he identified as "Pete" in September 2013 when he was 16. Agents later identified Pete as Vastis, the charges alleged.

Vastis was also charged with receiving a video containing child pornography on July 13.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Buffalo Grove teacher facing child porn charges placed on leave" by Ronnie Wachter, Lake County News-Sun  8/28/14

Lakemoor police arrested John C. Vastis, 51, in the early morning hours of Thursday, charging him with two counts of producing child pornography and one count of receiving child pornography. According to a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office’s Chicago district, Vastis coerced a then 16-year-old boy to take sexually explicit photos of himself and send them to Vastis.

According to the release, law enforcement agencies had already been investigating the now 17-year-old male for producing and receiving child pornography himself.

On Thursday afternoon, District 102 Superintendent Theresa Dunkin said the arrest made for a distressing start to the year.

She said Vastis has been placed on investigatory leave; whether he will be paid during that leave will be settled by the School Board. Those discussions will be held in private, Board President Ellyn Ross said.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

In addition, read Pedophilia is Sexual Orientation, Like 'Being Gay' and also read Normalization of Pedophilia Urged by Psychiatrists

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Jesus Banned from FL School Football, Atheists Win

The Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation succeeded with its demands that schools in Florida's Seminole and Orange counties forbid praying, Christian behavior, the Bible or mention of God by any parent or citizen anywhere near high school football players.
“The school has said that they don’t allow that and that they would not allow that, and that they know that it’s illegal, so we’re happy with that resolution.”
-- Attorney Andrew Seidel, Freedom From Religion Foundation
UPDATE 9/1/14: Thousands vs. Atheists, Prayer at Florida Football

For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

Oklahoma School Assures Wisconsin Atheists: No Praying Coaches Here

South Carolina School Bans Jesus from Prayers after Atheists Threaten but another SC School Says Prayer at Board Meetings Won't Stop

North Carolinians Pray at School, Defying Wisconsin Atheists

Georgia Citizens & School Team Up vs. Anti-Prayer Atheists

Saginaw, Michigan Ignores Atheist Threats Against Prayer

Wisconsin Atheists Say: Bar Pastors From Tennessee Schools

Atheists Threaten Mississippi School for Acting Christian

Atheists Attack Christian Kids Club at Portland, Oregon Schools

Atheists Sue Michigan Mayor Who Barred Their Booth

Also read how Atheists Force Christianity out of Private Small Businesses

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-- From "Seminole schools denies allowing chaplains to lead student prayers" by Jeff Allen, Seminole County Reporter, Channel 13 8/27/14

. . . the Freedom From Religion Foundation contacted the Seminole County School’s superintendent this week, accusing Seminole High School of having a volunteer chaplain lead the team in prayer. The foundation said it got complaints from parents.

School officials said they don’t employ chaplains, and prohibit any employees, including coaches, from leading prayer.

We did learn the football team’s head coach, Kerry Wiggins, is . . . an ordained minister.

[Mike Blasewitz, Seminole County Public School’s Executive Director of Secondary Education said,] ". . . that particular coach is a teacher first, a coach second, and if they choose in their own personal life to be a minister on the side, then that’s certainly up to them.”

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Orange schools ban [volunteer] chaplains at football games" by Lauren Roth, Orlando Sentinel 8/27/14

In March, the school district's legal department got a complaint from the Wisconsin-based Freedom from Religion Foundation.

Their letter cited instances of Apopka High School football players praying with Pastor Todd Lamphere of The Venue Church, which meets at Apopka High and two Seminole County public schools.

Last week just before football season began, the Orange schools legal team issued a memo stating that football teams may not have [volunteer] chaplains and that adults may not lead prayers, based on previous court opinions.

Kathy Marsh, a spokesman for the district, said pastors may no longer talk about God, open a Bible or pray with team members. But clergy are still free to attend school sporting events.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Florida school district replaces football chaplains with 'life coaches'" by Todd Starnes, FoxNews.com 8/27/14

A spokesperson for Florida's Orange County Public Schools confirmed they have ended the long-standing tradition of having local ministers serve as volunteer chaplains for football teams.

Teachers and coaches “cannot participate in a visible way with the players during student-led prayers,” the [school district lawyer's] memorandum states.

Also, Bible verses and references to the Bible are banned on school property. Bible verses are also prohibited on clothing produced by the school. And songs with religious lyrics may not be used in school-related videos.

The school district’s crackdown on Christianity is a result of a threat filed by the Freedom From Religion Foundation.

Instead of standing their ground and defending the volunteer chaplain at Apopka, the school district decided to ban all chaplains.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Also read the long list of states enacting laws to bring prayer back to schools in response to the myriad atheist lawsuits against Christians and prayer nationwide.

In addition, read U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of public prayer, and read the resulting resurgence in public prayer following the Supreme Court decision.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Atheists Threaten Miss. School for Acting Christian

The American Humanist Association’s (AHA) Appignani Humanist Legal Center, acting on behalf of an anonymous teacher, has given the Jackson (Mississippi) Public Schools two weeks to respond to its 8-page letter addressed to Superintendent Cedric Gray complaining that a school conference for teachers included speakers who prayed and quoted the Bible for the purpose of encouraging and motivating teachers. Unless the school assures the AHA that it will censor all speakers in the future, the AHA promises to sue for damages and attorneys’ fees.

For background, read Georgia Citizens & School Push Back AHA Humanists

Also read Mississippi Religious Liberty Law Infuriates Liberals as well as Prayer Returns to Mississippi Schools Under New Law



-- From "Jackson Public Schools responds to prayer complaint" by Therese Apel, The Clarion-Ledger 8/26/14

In an email sent Monday evening, JPS spokesman Sherwin Johnson stated, "The Jackson Public School District acknowledges receiving a letter from the Appignani Humanist Legal Center regarding events taking place during the 2014 Convocation ceremony. The JPS Legal Department is reviewing the letter and will respond appropriately as needed. The annual Convocation program is a celebratory event intended to invigorate employees with enthusiasm, pride, and excitement for the beginning of a new school year."

The AHA, whose catchphrase is "Good without a God," said they have a client who complained to them about a Christian pastor who [is a school electrician, who] gave a sermon and prayed at the teachers' meetings both in 2013 and 2014. The letter advised [Supt.] Gray that the initial pastor, the Rev. Roy Maine, was not the only one who spoke about Christian values.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Teacher complains about religious content of mandatory JPS meeting" by Brad Conaway, WLBT-TV3 (Jackson, MS) 8/25/14


[The AHA letter] says,"on Aug. 12, 2014, the district hosted a compulsory assembly for public school teachers at the Mississippi Coliseum. A Christian reverend was invited to give the opening prayer at the event. His remarks included Christian prayers, a church-themed call and response with the audience and specific references to Scripture, such as Psalm 23 and 1 Corinthians 4:5. The three hour-long convocation also included other speakers, many of whom made references to Biblical passages, 'Lord' and 'God.'"

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Also read the long list of states enacting laws to bring prayer back to schools in response to the myriad atheist lawsuits against Christians and prayer nationwide.