We affirm our founding father’s belief that government should not regulate churches or religious institutions, neither shall it infringe upon individual’s personal religious freedoms.
We believe every citizen has the Constitutional right to pray, read the Bible or any religious literature, and discuss his or her faith in private and in public, including the public schools of this State as well as have prayer as part of official public meetings.
We believe that individuals and organizations should not be coerced to violate their religious beliefs.
We believe in the constitutionality of expressions of religion as part of public meetings, functions and monuments.
We recognize the Judeo-Christian ethic embraced by our founding fathers and call upon our State and Nation to return to the values that made America and her people great.