Fairfax County Shelves Proposal to Violate Right of Assembly in One’s Home
Today, in a victory for the Constitution and common sense, a proposal to limit the number of people you are allowed to have in the privacy of your own home was shelved by Fairfax County officials.
The blatantly unconstitutional proposal would have violated the right of assembly and threatened to shut down home Bible studies in Fairfax County.
Fairfax County Poised to Shut Down Home Bible Studies?
I never imagined when I agreed to host a Bible study in my home that such an action may one day be a violation of law.
Yet that’s exactly what my very own Fairfax County Board of Supervisors is prepared to do right here in Virginia.
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Repealing the Fourth Amendment
Where is the outrage from the Left after Obama allows the indefinite detention of American citizens without due process? How does Obama surpass Bush’s GITMO and get away with it?