Our order believes in freedom for all. That includes the freedoms to defend oneself and their family, the freedom of any consenting parties to marry, the freedom of all to make any reproductive and healthcare decisions they desire or require, the freedom of all to make educational decisions as they desire or require, and the freedom of all to live and worship according to the dictates of their conscience - all without any official interference or government hindrance.
The "two party" system in the USA has factions on each end that would violate one or more of these freedoms according to what they feel is justification to legislate their morality upon others. When you hear of anyone trying to restrict the freedom of others, you need to be very wary. We need legislators to accept that freedom means allowing others to do things that you might not elect to do - or that you might even find distasteful - but that do not harm you, and in return they accord you the same ability.
We will never endorse any specific candidate for any public office.
We encourage you to find and support the best candidates in all races from the local level (local government, school boards, state government, etc.) to the national level that will support YOUR freedom in ALL respects.
We do not believe that religions should attempt to force or enforce their beliefs on others through the legislative process, nor that religions and religious leaders should have any special access to legislative bodies.
While religions and religious leaders have the right to speak out on issues they feel are important, they should not have the ability or influence to specifically approve legislative attempts - and no legislators should seek the approval of legislation by religions or religious leaders.
We believe that there should be no official State or Federal religion, and that all should be free to worship as they please as long as their worship does not infringe upon the rights of others. The idea of "separation of church and state" includes not allowing any religion to have undue influence over legislation, or over legislators while acting in their roles as legislators.
We respect the Constitution of The United States Of America and the Bill of Rights. We honor that they protect not only the freedom of religion - even those not of the mainstream - but also the freedom from having any religion infringe upon the freedoms of those not of that faith - and all of the other freedoms that are listed therein.
Our only advice to government leaders is to respect and honor The Constitution and the Bill of Rights - both the words, and the intended meanings behind the words, of those documents. Legislate with true freedom and liberty in mind, and not from a position of faith-based fear.
So mote it be.
High Priest and Magus
The Liberated Of Lucifer
NOTE: On 16-September-2014, Judge David Sam ruled that "The determination of what is a ‘religious’ belief or practice is more often than not a difficult and delicate task …. However, the resolution of that question is not to turn upon a judicial perception of the particular belief or practice in question; religious beliefs need not be acceptable, logical, consistent, or comprehensible to others in order to merit First Amendment protection.”