lower case UPPER CASE



  1. academy engraved let
  2. algerian
  3. amaze
  4. arial
  5. arial black
  6. balthazar
  7. bankgothic lt bt
  8. bart
  9. bimini
  10. comic sans ms
  11. book antiqua
  12. bookman old style
  13. braggadocio
  14. britannic bold
  15. brush script mt
  16. century gothic
  17. century schoolbook
  18. chasm
  19. chicago
  20. colonna mt
  21. comic sans ms
  22. commercialscript bt
  23. coolsville
  24. courier
  25. courier new
  26. cursive
  27. dayton
  28. desdemona
  29. fantasy
  30. flat brush
  31. footlight mt light
  32. futurablack bt
  33. futuralight bt
  34. garamond
  35. gaze
  36. geneva
  37. georgia
  38. geotype tt
  39. (*above: Geotype TT)
  40. helterskelter
  41. helvetica
  42. herman
  43. highlight let
  44. impact
  45. jester
  46. joan
  47. john handy let
  48. jokerman let
  49. kelt
  50. kids
  51. kino mt
  52. la bamba let
  53. lithograph
  54. lucida console
  55. map symbols
  56. marlett
  57. (*above: Marlett)
  58. matteroffact
  59. matisse itc
  60. matura mt script capitals
  61. mekanik let
  62. (*above: mekanik let)
  63. monaco
  64. monospace
  65. monotype sorts
  66. ms linedraw
  67. new york
  68. olddreadfulno7 bt
  69. (*above: OldDreadfulNo7 BT)
  70. orange let
  71. palatino
  72. playbill
  73. pump demi bold let
  74. puppylike
  75. roland
  76. sans-serif
  77. scripts
  78. scruff let
  79. serif
  80. short hand
  81. signs normal
  82. (*above: Signs Normal)
  83. simplex
  84. simpson
  85. stylus bt
  86. superfrench
  87. surfer
  88. swis721 bt
  89. swis721 blkoul bt
  90. symap
  91. (*above: Symap)
  92. symbol
  93. (*above: symbol)
  94. tahoma
  95. technic
  96. tempus sans itc
  97. terk
  98. times
  99. times new roman
  100. trebuchet ms
  101. trendy
  102. txt
  103. verdana
  104. victorian let
  105. vineta bt
  106. vivian
  107. webdings
  108. (*above: Webdings)
  109. wingdings
  110. (*above: Wingdings)
  111. western
  112. westminster
  113. westwood let
  114. (*above: Westwood LET)
  115. wide latin
  116. zapfellipt bt




  1. ACADEMY ENGRAVED LET
  2. ALGERIAN
  3. AMAZE
  4. ARIAL
  5. ARIAL BLACK
  6. BALTHAZAR
  7. BANKGOTHIC LT BT
  8. BART
  9. BIMINI
  10. COMIC SANS MS
  11. BOOK ANTIQUA
  12. BOOKMAN OLD STYLE
  13. BRAGGADOCIO
  14. BRITANNIC BOLD
  15. BRUSH SCRIPT MT
  16. CENTURY GOTHIC
  17. CENTURY SCHOOLBOOK
  18. CHASM
  19. CHICAGO
  20. COLONNA MT
  21. COMIC SANS MS
  22. COMMERCIALSCRIPT BT
  23. COOLSVILLE
  24. COURIER
  25. COURIER NEW
  26. CURSIVE
  27. DAYTON
  28. DESDEMONA
  29. FANTASY
  30. FLAT BRUSH
  31. FOOTLIGHT MT LIGHT
  32. FUTURABLACK BT
  33. FUTURALIGHT BT
  34. GARAMOND
  35. GAZE
  36. GENEVA
  37. GEORGIA
  38. GEOTYPE TT
  39. (*above: Geotype TT)
  40. HELTERSKELTER
  41. HELVETICA
  42. HERMAN
  43. HIGHLIGHT LET
  44. IMPACT
  45. JESTER
  46. JOAN
  47. JOHN HANDY LET
  48. JOKERMAN LET
  49. KELT
  50. KIDS
  51. KINO MT
  52. LA BAMBA LET
  53. LITHOGRAPH
  54. LUCIDA CONSOLE
  55. MAP SYMBOLS
  56. MARLETT
  57. (*above: Marlett)
  58. MATTEROFFACT
  59. MATISSE ITC
  60. MATURA MT
  61. MEKANIK LET
  62. (*above: mekanik let)
  63. MONACO
  64. MONOSPACE
  65. MONOTYPE SORTS
  66. MS LINEDRAW
  67. NEW YORK
  68. OLDDREADFULNO7 BT
  69. (*above: OldDreadfulNo7 BT)
  70. ORANGE LET
  71. PALATINO
  72. PLAYBILL
  73. PUMP DEMI BOLD LET
  74. PUPPYLIKE
  75. ROLAND
  76. SANS-SERIF
  77. SCRIPTS
  78. SCRUFF LET
  79. SERIF
  80. SHORT HAND
  81. SIGNS NORMAL
  82. (*above: Signs Normal)
  83. SIMPLEX
  84. SIMPSON
  85. STYLUS BT
  86. SUPERFRENCH
  87. SURFER
  88. SWIS721 BT
  89. SWIS721 BLKOUL BT
  90. SYMAP
  91. (*above: Symap)
  92. SYMBOL
  93. (*above: symbol)
  94. TAHOMA
  95. TECHNIC
  96. TEMPUS SANS ITC
  97. TERK
  98. TIMES
  99. TIMES NEW ROMAN
  100. TREBUCHET MS
  101. TRENDY
  102. TXT
  103. VERDANA
  104. VICTORIAN LET
  105. VINETA BT
  106. VIVIAN
  107. WEBDINGS
  108. (*above: Webdings)
  109. WINGDINGS
  110. (*above: Wingdings)
  111. WESTERN
  112. WESTMINSTER
  113. WESTWOOD LET
  114. (*above: Westwood LET)
  115. WIDE LATIN
  116. ZAPFELLIPT BT


FASHA’s Position on the Separation of Church and State

 

FASHA believes in the complete separation of church and the state, based on the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution (Establishment Clause) and legal precedents over the past 200+ years (most notably the Lemon Case, 1971).

“The Establishment Clause is the first of several pronouncements in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, stating, Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion. Together with the Free Exercise Law (“… or prohibiting the free exercise thereof”), these two clauses make up what are called the “religion clauses” of the First Amendment. The establishment clause has generally been interpreted to prohibit 1) the establishment of a national religion by Congress, or 2) the preference by the U.S. government of one religion over another. The first approach is called the “separation” or “no aid” interpretation, while the second approach is called the “non-preferential” or “accommodation” interpretation. The accommodation interpretation prohibits Congress from preferring one religion over another, but does not prohibit the government’s entry into religious domain to make accommodations in order to achieve the purposes of the Free Exercise Clause”.(from Wikipedia)

If the state (federal, state and local governments) shows preference of one religion over another, this necessarily infringes on the rights and free expression of other religious beliefs or no religious belief.

In the Lemon Case of 1971, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled as follows (please click here for other historic court cases):

“The Court’s decision in this case established the “Lemon test“, which details the requirements for legislation concerning religion. It consists of three prongs:

  1. The government’s action must have a secular legislative purpose;
  2. The government’s action must not have the primary effect of either advancing or inhibiting religion;
  3. The government’s action must not result in an “excessive government entanglement” with religion.

If any of these 3 prongs are violated, the government’s action is deemed unconstitutional under the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution”. (from Wikipedia)

The founding fathers established a secular government based on freedom of conscience and expression. This is of benefit to religious and non-religious individuals and organizations. The U.S. Constitution provides a framework for checks and balances that help to limit the state’s incursion into the personal rights of it’s citizens as set forth in the Bill of Rights and in doing so, also protects minority populations (including non-believers) from the abject rule of the majority. In terms of religion, this means that the state may not implicitly or explicitly favor one religion over another. We are all fortunate that the founders had the foresight to guarantee that ALL citizens, regardless of religious beliefs (and no belief) has equal protection and rights under the law.

Other Resources: ACLU and Freedom of Religion and Belief

FASHA members are committed to upholding their constitutional rights and the U.S. Constitution and in doing so, will challenge any violations (locally and nationally) and assertively work to keep church and state separate.

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