religious liberty

President Trump’s Religious Liberty Executive Order

May 4, 2017

President Trump’s executive order on religious liberty is a small step in the right direction after the hostility of the previous Administration. Even so, the limited scope of the President’s order is a disappointment, and therefore we hope it is the beginning of a process and not the end of one. It would be a […]

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House Republicans have resurrected the radical Bathroom Bill. We need your help to protect the privacy and safety of NH women and girls!

February 27, 2017

Last week, LGBT activists were out in full force to support the Republican-sponsored HB 478, a bill that would radically and fundamentally change New Hampshire discrimination law to include “gender identity.” Cornerstone was there to represent the concerned citizens of New Hampshire, crafting testimony that asked serious questions in good faith about the unintended consequences […]

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Edelblut Confirmation Welcomed by Cornerstone Action

February 15, 2017

Cornerstone Action thanks the Executive Councilors who voted today to confirm Frank Edelblut of Wilton to be New Hampshire’s next Commissioner of Education. The following statement may be attributed to Shannon McGinley, Cornerstone Board Member: Frank Edelblut is committed to fostering academic excellence for all New Hampshire’s children. He understands that children are ill-served by […]

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“Go Back to the Drawing Board”: First Amendment vs. HHS Mandate

June 8, 2012

Ellen Kolb, Cornerstone’s Vice President of Government Affairs, delivered these remarks as the opening speaker at today’s religious freedom rally in Concord, calling for repeal of the Health and Human Services mandate that is part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. We’re gathering on the anniversary of a special day in our nation’s […]

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Rally Tomorrow In Concord – Pass It On!

June 7, 2012

Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally, Concord NH, Federal Courthouse at the corner of Pleasant & South Streets, tomorrow, Friday 6/8, at noon. Please tell your friends & neighbors and – this is important – your pastors & your elected representatives. The event will last one hour. Signs will be available there. Bring your kids, […]

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Cornerstone Calls on NHDP to Apologize for Religious Intolerance

December 16, 2010

On Tuesday of this week, the press secretary for the New Hampshire Democratic Party issued a press release attacking a religious speech made by Representative Bates at a recent church gathering in Massachusetts. Despite professing his personal faith in front of hundreds in attendance, the NHDP spokesman characterized Rep. Bates’ remarks as a “religious tirade”, and then ironically went on a tirade of his own attacking various pieces of legislation Rep. Bates has filed and concluded his offensive diatribe by labeling them as part of a “Bible belt agenda.”

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