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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: ACLU isn’t anti-religion, anti-prayer

Columnist Robert Knight seems to think some big victory has been won over the American Civil Liberties Union because a public high school in Tennessee has cheerleaders and the audience reciting a prayer following the discontinuation of the loudspeaker-broadcast, school-organized prayer (“Score: Prayer 1,000, ACLU 0,” Web, Sept. 26). I disagree.w

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Why religious liberty matters

As a country that was founded on the principles of religious freedom, America, ironically, by the insidious chipping away of our religious liberties, has become that which the early colonists had fled; namely, a country that persecutes Christians ("Poll: Americans want more politics with their preaching," Web, Sept. 22).

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: What foreign-policy chaos breeds

The foreign-policy approach of President Obama is responsible for the chaos in Iraq, is leaving North Korea as a threat to South Korea and to other countries, and is allowing our economic and military adversaries China and Russia to threaten our allies and support our terrorist enemies.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Defeat of ISIS requires working with Syria

America suffers a profound lack of intellectual clarity in its policy regarding Syria. We are torn between the urgent need to halt the explosive growth of the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, and the desire of policymakers such as Hillary Clinton, John F. Kerry and John McCain, to vindicate their flawed Mideast strategy.