2 thoughts on “The Erosion of Religious Liberties in the Military Panel at Values Voter Summit 2013


    By Oriana Pawlyk, Staff writer
    Fri, Oct. 11, 2013 – 06:00AM
    Copyright © 2013 http://www.militarytimes.com. All rights reserved.

    The Air Force has found unsubstantiated the claim of a senior master sergeant who said he was reassigned after making known his religious objections to same-sex marriage.

    Senior Master Sgt. Phillip Monk, now assigned to the 59th Medical Wing, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, said he was relieved July 26 of his duties as first sergeant of the 326th Training Squadron and forced to take leave because he disagreed with his commanding officer’s position on gay marriage.

    The investigation, initiated Aug. 15 by Col. Mark Camerer, 37th Training Wing commander at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, found the claim unsubstantiated. The investigation also concluded Monk made false official statements, but did not violate Articles 107 or 134 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
    “The weight of the evidence shows that religion was never discussed between the two,” Camerer said in an Air Education and Training Command release.
    More here: http://www.militarytimes.com/article/20131011/NEWS/310110013/AF-Religious-intolerance-claim-unsubstantiated

  2. Why can’t these dunderheads understand that there is no erosion of religious freedom in Military except by those Dominionists who employ command centered and coercive Christian based proselytiazing to subordinates. The Unted States Supreme Court ruled in (Lemon Vs. Kurzman, 1971) that government, including public education and the armed forces, may not recommend, promote or proselytize one religion over another or religion over non-religion. The only unconstitutional activity going on is the use of position and power to achieve Christian dominance in the military. When such illegal activity is undertaken by Dominion oriented Christians the Military Religious Freedom Foundation will has has taken action to expose and curtail it. MRFF is currently addressing over 34,000 complaints from our young men and women in the military based on such unconstitutional activity. Fully 96% of the complainants are, themselves, Christian. When you here about religious freedom being under attack in the military you can be sure it’s not anyone trying to prevent constitutionally giaranteed religious freedom but rather the full force of Dominionst Christian threat. Get the full and true story here: militaryreligiousfreedom.org

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