During a meeting [two weeks ago], Air Force investigators read Liberty Institute’s client SMSgt Phillip Monk his Miranda rights, alleging that SMSgt Monk’s religious discrimination complaint was false. Monk, a devout Christian, believes the claims are a retaliatory act by his former commander, who relieved Monk of his duties and reassigned him after Monk could not agree with his commander’s position regarding same-sex marriage. In the military, making a false official statement is punishable by court-martial.
“I was stunned and immediately felt that this was a retaliation against me for coming forward with my religious discrimination complaint,” said Monk. The military prohibits retaliatory action against service members, when a complaint is filed against a commanding officer. The Air Force will decide as to whether or not to charge Monk with filing a false official statement.
“We are hopeful that the Air Force will do the right thing by clearing SMSgt Monk’s name and reputation, and supporting his and every Airman’s right to express, without fear of punishment, their religious convictions," said Liberty Institute attorney Mike Berry, whose organization will continue to defend Monk.
Most universities won't hire many, if any, conservative professors outside of the hard sciences. Evidently the liberal schools don't believe in political diversity.
"And blessed are you when they persecute you for my sake, for so they did to the prophets before you." Presenting a picture of Jesus to an evil world can be dangerous.
Problem is you have a muslim white house and is trying to turn the USA into another muslim country. That why the muslim have all the quiet power now when before Obama they were just there and called terrorist and now they are still attacking but our sharia government is covering the attacks up... Don't forget that all infidels in the eyes of the terrorist are not worth living and that what they are doing.. Killing Christians..
The muslims stone gays.
My how the military has changed since 1960-1970 when I was in.
'69 - '73. We did not have to worry about our religious beliefs or whether someone was gay. Most were just trying to protect their buddies and stay alive.
You can say that again, Ralph. I was in the US Army '54-'56 and gays were not welcome in MY Army. Just a "girly man" CoC would welcome them with open arms!
Religious persecution is continuing to accelerate in America.
Only for Christens which seems to be the only non- religion, religion. As far as Islam goes i don't know how anyone can separate their religion from their politics, it seems be one in the same to me.
Our world is so screwed up and Americans are paying the price for the stupidity in the government.