Churchgoers across the country are reasserting their fundamental rights of conscience—rights that too many political leaders have forgotten or denied.
The Supreme Court will rule on the scope of the ‘ministerial exception’ and whether the government has to power to pick religious schools’ teachers.
For now, the Little Sisters of the Poor can stop defending themselves against unnecessary litigation that attempted to force nuns, of all blessed people, to pay for birth control.
It’s asinine to attempt to force this group of nuns to alter how they’re organized in order to unnecessarily provide birth control coverage.
College administrators keep throwing Christian groups off campuses in violation of their rights, sending a chilling message to the rest of us.
The Supreme Court said The Little Sisters of The Poor would not have to pay millions in IRS fines for refusing to provide contraceptives to their employees.
Beards, prisoners, Native Americans, Sikhs, nuns, and two 17-year-old girls named Samantha top the list.
Ignore the hysteria against Indiana’s religious freedom bill. Here are 10 actual Americans who used religious freedom legislation to fight for their rights.
MSNBC and other progressive outlets are raising the alarm: A rising GOP politician supports religious liberty for Little Sisters of the Poor. Oh no!
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