Remember when people got DRESSED to go out in public? You know, before pajamas and jeans and sweatpants became the norm?
Remember when people were thin and active and civil, and there was a modicum of propriety and manners in all events?
Remember when you weren’t persecuted for your beliefs because you went to church on Sunday?
Okay, so some of us aren’t old enough to remember the ’50s, and there’s no doubt America has made strides since then.
But it’s also true that we’ve regressed at a shocking clip, especially in the last few decades, which is a big reason why Donald Trump sits in the Oval Office right now.
Contrary to progressive propaganda, there was a great deal of value in those old-fashioned…um…values, and many, many citizens want some of those values to return. Thankfully, Trump is on their side.
The commander-in-chief has signed many executive orders in his first hundred days in office, including a few that gave liberals conniption fits. And this latest order is a direct nod to Conservative ideals.
From Fox News:
“President Trump marked the National Day of Prayer by signing an executive order aimed at boosting religious freedom by easing IRS restrictions against political activities by tax-exempt religious organizations, including churches.
Declaring ‘no one should be censoring sermons,’ Trump announced the order, which fulfilled a campaign pledge, during a Rose Garden ceremony Thursday attended by religious leaders, activists and Vice President Pence.
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‘We will not allow people of faith to be targeted, bullied or silenced again and we will never stand for religious discrimination,’ Trump said before signing the order, which states it is now administration policy is ‘to protect and vigorously promote religious liberty.’”
The order takes another step, as it “directs the IRS to exercise maximum enforcement discretion to alleviate the burden of the so-called Johnson Amendment.”
As for Pence, he said this National Day of Prayer is critical for Americans, as it reaffirms “the vital role people of faith play in American society.”
Yes, this is part of free speech. Ironically, it’s what radical liberals wish to destroy, and why NOBODY should ever tolerate their Nazi-esque tactics.
Want to go to church on Sunday and pray? You should be able to do that without worrying if Antifa thugs will attack you for not being Muslim.
Source: Fox News