New York Gov. Cuomo and NYC Major de Blasio encouraged mass protests while restricting religious gatherings, and a federal judge has called foul.
Two-thirds of Americans think that “internal religious disputes” and decisions about who to employ in religious teaching positions should be up to religious organizations, not the state.
A majority of Americans say they prefer allowing free internet speech — even offensive speech — to policing it.
Contrary to the Supreme Court’s recent 5-4 opinion that cut against religious liberty, it now looks like church health guidelines were subjective.
As America’s cities burn and leftist sympathizers make headlines, the U.S. Supreme Court quietly passed a potentially horrendous ruling against religious freedom.
Gov. Tim Walz targeted Minnesotans’ First Amendment right to worship. When they pushed back, he eased restrictions. Neither should have to happen.
Former California Attorney General Kamala Harris, and current AG Xavier Becerra, prosecuted Daleiden, not because his undercover videos were illegal but because they didn’t like the ‘shock value’ of aborted baby body parts.
Contrary to the Supreme Court’s claim in District of Columbia v. Heller, the term ‘dangerous and unusual weapons’ has historically not been applied to weapons themselves, but to carrying them in an intimidating manner.
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The rule that applies to us — ‘you break it, you buy it’ — should also apply to the government. It shouldn’t get a free pass for violating our freedoms.
Abolishing group gatherings is fine if such limits apply to everyone, but if they only apply to churchgoers that’s a moral and legal problem.
Religious and voting rights in times of a national crisis are going to flood the courts, who are being asked uphold First Amendment and other rights.
Banning church services and arresting pro-life citizens isn’t about public health and safety, it’s about some government officials silencing speakers they don’t like.
Two new books, ‘Free to Believe’ and ‘Did America Have a Christian Founding?’, illuminate contemporary debates over the need to preserve religious liberty — and raise unanswered questions about the role of specific religious beliefs in America’s founding.
It’s a dangerous precedent that government could consider itself the arbiter of private essential services.
A court case over whether Philadelphia can ban Christian organizations from working with foster children offers the Supreme Court an opportunity to restore plurality to American life.
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