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Statement of Ralph G. Neas on the House Constitution Subcommittee Hearing on the Federal Marriage Amendment

Today, Americans will witness the sad and sorry spectacle of right-wing legal and political activists urging Congress to reject strides toward equality and to pass a constitutional amendment that would require every state to treat some Americans as second-class citizens.

Robertson’s Rage – There He Goes Again

Is God going to destroy America because our Supreme Court has incurred his wrath? Televangelist Pat Robertson says so -- and he's organizing his viewers to put more Justices like Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas on the Court.

Senator Hatch Adopts Divisive, Reprehensible Religious Right Strategy

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch has repeatedly charged that senators and activists are opposing confirmation of Bush nominees because of their religious beliefs. These charges poison an already divisive judicial nominations atmosphere, especially in advance of a possible Supreme Court vacancy and nomination.

Harry Potter and the Censors' Menace

People For the American Way Foundation joined today with the American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression and other groups to file a brief in federal court in support of parents challenging a school board’s decision to remove all Harry Potter books from the school library shelves. The decision by the Cedarville, Arkansas, school board, which requires written parental permission before students can check out the books, disregarded a 15-0 decision by the board’s Library Committee. The episode was triggered by a parent’s complaint that the books promote witchcraft and sorcery as well as the ideas that “magic will solve your problems” and that “parents/teachers/rules are stupid or something to be ignored.”

"Parental Rights"

"Parental Rights" is a phrase often used to mask a right-wing agenda to undermine the rights of children.

Back to School with the Religious Right

The Religious Right continues to target public schools in a variety of ways that disrupt education and threaten religious liberty, according to a report released by People For the American Way Foundation (PFAWF). The report provides an in-depth analysis of the struggle over the future of our public education system by focusing on six categories: creationism; textbook controversies; sexuality education; religion and public schools; anti-gay activity and censorship.

Sabotaging Science: Creationist Strategies in the '90's

This report examines the increasingly sophisticated strategies that creationists use in an effort to inject their ideas into public school science curricula

Anti-Gay Politics and the Religious Right

An analysis of the Religious Right's anti-gay policies and activities, leading up to the Christian Coalition's 1998 Road to Victory Conference.

Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools

Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools

Christian Coalition President Pat Robertson Resigns

Statement by President Ralph G. Neas

Report Reveals Schundler's Right-Wing Ties

Campaign efforts to redefine ex-Jersey City mayor as a tolerant uniter belie Schundler's longstanding ties to Robertson, other far right voices

PFAW President, Ralph G. Neas, Addresses Divisive Comments by Religious Right Leaders

At a time when political leaders of both parties are urging bipartisanship and national unity, it is truly unfortunate that Americans who watched today's edition of Pat Robertson's 700 Club television program received a far different message from Robertson and Falwell.

Senate Urged To Demand Every Federal Court Nominee Meets Highest Standards

Integrity and Independence of the Judiciary at Stake

President Launches Push Toward A Far-Right Judiciary

Opposition to Some of Today’s Nominees Likely

Robertson And Right-Wing Allies Brag Of Control Over Bush Agenda

Norquist and CBN Official: Far Right Plans to Radically Reshape Medicare and Social Security Now Viewed as Mainstream

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