A House exchange attacking religious Americans accidentally highlighted the wisdom in Betsy DeVos’s apparent decision this week to refrain from anouncing a federal ‘choice’ program.
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.
For many college students accused of sexual assault, getting justice can be a matter of luck and access to money, thanks to federal regulations that strip due process.
Roger Severino has a lengthy track record defending civil rights in the Obama administration. But his work on religious liberty bothers trans activists.
Telling Christians, like Barronelle Stutzman, to affirm or participate in same-sex marriages effectively tells them to contradict what they believe to be foundational truths about the world.
Ultimately, it’s pretty rich when a company with zero female executives urges leaders to challenge gender bias at work.
Years of sensational coverage has made the ‘implicit bias’ test out to be a foolproof predictor of racist belief. The evidence strongly suggests otherwise.
If this is the workplace of the future, I would rather be prepared ahead of time than surprised later. But it’s going to be quite the journey.
There’s another, fundamental step we need to take if we are truly serious about eradicating all distinctions among human beings: Dexterity equality.
Let’s stop pretending trans kids care about where they go to the bathroom. The LGBTQ movement cares because that’s how they advance their agenda.
The pro-life movement does not get an equal voice, either in media coverage or college campuses, where pro-life women face discrimination on a growing scale.
The Washington floral artist’s case reminds us that sexual-orientation laws threaten freedom and unfairly equate reasonable people with racists.
While journalists were getting worked up over a quip about Arnold Schwarzenegger, Trump said something more consequential at the National Prayer Breakfast
Trump promised while on the campaign trail that he would defend religious freedom. Now is the time to make good on that promise.
Reed O’Connor’s ruling has emboldened the bigots, and hastened our descent into theocracy. At least, a reader could be forgiven for thinking as much.
Emily Ekins, director of polling at Cato Institute, joins Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the results from polling of Americans on specific issues.
‘People with congenital disabilities are facing extinction. If we were animals, perhaps we might qualify for protection as an endangered species. But we are only human beings with disabilities, so we do not.’
Apparently Chelsea Handler believes speaking English with an accent is a sign of stupidity. Yet her snobbish comments betray her ignorance and intolerance.
It seems Democratic women are twice as likely as Republican women to perceive that they’re being discriminated against, and hence, complain about it.
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