This is a recent reading list from the national organization.
A NEW ERA: Legalized Discrimination
End tax-payer funded discrimination
Prayer showed poor judgment
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that legislative prayers, and even the use of taxpayer money to pay House and Senate chaplains, do not constitute the establishment of religion by government and are constitutional. But legislative bodies represent all people and constituents of all faiths or no faith at all. Sectarian prayers, and prayers that take sides in political and legislative affairs, should be avoided. Outside of the Bible Belt, that degree of separation between church and state is generally understood and respected. Read more…