The attorney who argued this case says the decision ‘reassures us all that, no matter what you believe, the law can’t force you to express a message in conflict with your deepest convictions.’
The religious liberty of people of faith and the rights of LGBT individuals can be protected at the same time. There is no reason protection cannot accommodate all Americans equally.
Donald Trump’s executive order on religious liberty does little, and what little it does can be easily overturned.
The Supreme Court is set to determine whether government can exclude certain nonprofits from neutrally available public benefits solely because they are religious.
If the Wyoming Supreme Court is permitted to insert an unstated requirement upon judges, what prevents some future court from reading pastors, priests, and bishops into the same decision?
Trump promised while on the campaign trail that he would defend religious freedom. Now is the time to make good on that promise.
It doesn’t matter which faith you adhere to—we should care about attacks on the Catholic Church, because one threat to religious liberty affects us all.
A new Massachusetts law banning sex-segregated bathrooms in public places could soon be used to jail and fine pastors for using the wrong pronouns.
- In Surprise Move, DeVos Resists Pressure To Nationalize School ChoiceA House exchange attacking religious Americans accidentcontinue reading >
- Obama Donor Judge Threatens Pro-Life Journalists With Contempt Charges For Releasing VideoA judge is threatening David Daleiden with contempt chacontinue reading >
- We Are Watching A Slow-Motion Coup D’etatThis coup d’etat is not only about President Trump. Icontinue reading >