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"This President has kept no promise more faithfully than his promise in 2000, and again in 2004, that he would nominate only strict constructionist, original intent jurists to the Supreme Court. In the face of unprecedented obstructionism, led especially by... Continue...

Upon the confirmation of Judge John Roberts as the 17th chief justice of the United States, Dr. Richard Land, president of Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, commented on the nominee and the hearing process.“Chief Justice John Roberts... Continue...

“Chief Justice Rehnquist was a model citizen, patriot and Supreme Court justice. Starting with service in the Army Air Corps in World War II and continuing throughout more than three decades as an associate and chief justice of the Supreme... Continue...

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist appointed Dr. Richard Land of Nashville, Tennessee, to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), an independent and bipartisan federal agency. Frist’s senatorial appointment marks the third term of service to the USCIRF for... Continue...

Dr. Richard Land commented Tuesday on President Bush’s nomination of Judge John Roberts Jr., to the Supreme Court after the president’s official announcement.Roberts' nomination follows nearly three weeks of national speculation about who would take the place of retiring Justice... Continue...

“Justice O’Connor’s retirement opens the door for the opportunity that tens of millions of Americans have been praying for for more than a decade. That opportunity, of course, is to redress the imbalance in the Supreme Court and to make... Continue...

What is payday lending? Payday lending is the term used to describe the practice of lending small amounts of money to people, usually $350 or less, for two week periods, i.e., until their next payday. In return the borrower pays... Continue...