No Higher Power: Obama's War on Religious Freedom

Phyllis Schlafly (Author) George Neumayr (Author)
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The Obama administration's overreaching and pervasive secularist policies represent the greatest government-directed assault on religious freedom in American history. So argue conservative movement leader Phyllis Schlafly and journalist George Neumayr in their new book, No Higher Power. In No Higher Power, Schlafly and Neumayr show how Obama is waging war on our religious liberties and actively working to create one nation under him rather than one nation under God. "Obama views traditional religion as a temporary opiate for the poor, confused, and jobless--a drug that will dissipate as the federal government assumes more God-like powers, and his new secularist beliefs and policies gain adherents," write Schlafly and Neumayr. From cutting funding for religious schools to Obama's deliberate omission of God and religion in public speeches to his assault on the Catholic church, No Higher Power is a shocking and comprehensive look at how Obama is violating one of our most fundamental rights--and remaking our country into a nation our Founding Fathers would hardly recognize.

Product Details

Price
$27.95
Publisher
Regnery Publishing
Publish Date
July 23, 2012
Pages
217
Dimensions
6.2 X 1.0 X 9.1 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781621570127

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About the Author

GEORGE NEUMAYR is author of The Political Pope and co-author of No Higher Power: Obama's War on Religious Freedom. He is a senior editor for (and former executive editor of) The American Spectator. He was op-ed editor for Investor's Business Daily and has written on politics and religion for many publications, including The Washington Times, The Daily Caller, National Review Online, Human Events, The Washington Examiner, The Hill, and The Guardian. He is the former editor of Catholic World Report and a former media fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution.