US Senator Marco Rubio has caused a controversy by tweeting Bible verses. The Freedom From Religion Foundation argues this violates the Establishment Clause. Does it?

Capitol Connection

Episode 35: Does a US Senator tweeting Bible verses violate the Establishment Clause?


In this week’s episode of Capitol Connection, Nate Grasz also discusses:

6:40 – How the Nebraska Legislative races are heating up.

13:00 – The importance of praying for our elected officials. Sen. Ben Sasse provided an important reminder while speaking at a local rotary club meeting in Nebraska City after hearing a woman praying for elected leaders.

17:00 – The opening briefs filed in the landmark Masterpiece Cakeshop Supreme Court Case. This case, which centers on a Christian cake artist from Colorado who declined to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding, will be one of the most significant of our lifetime. A government that can force Jack Phillips to violate his beliefs is the same government that can force you and me to violate ours.

Nate Grasz

Nate Grasz

Policy Director at Nebraska Family Alliance
Nate is the Policy Director of Nebraska Family Alliance and host of Capitol Connection, a weekly radio show on 94.5 The Answer and available on iTunes.
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