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Newsblog 5

Forgive the long absence. I’ve been working on my first book, and will be doing so for months to come, but I just wanted to get an update out there.   Two men were killed and a third injured when they confronted a white supremacist who was harassing a young Muslim woman and her friend … Continue reading

Newsblog 3

Newsblog 3: The next few posts will be devoted to brief profiles of Trump’s cabinet picks from separation of church and state and science literacy standpoints. Rex Tillerson-Sec. of State: former CEO of Exxon Mobil; as CEO rejected a push by shareholders to pivot to renewables; not a climate change denier but not a fan … Continue reading

Newsblog 2

  These are very busy days for anyone engaged in the work of protecting the Constitution and the rights it guarantees. A veritable avalanche of proposed legislation, executive orders, and new laws that threaten our rights is bearing down on all of us. It’s hard to keep up with the growing number of assaults on … Continue reading

Newsblog 1

Happy New Year. It’s 2017 and here is the first in a series of short newsblogs on what’s happening in the world of separation of Religion and State. Back in December, the Bureau of the State House approved a request by Andover Republican Representative James Lyons to display a Nativity scene in the Massachusetts State … Continue reading

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