The LGBT media is turning to sensationalist reporting and headline hysteria on an HHS rule change that protects the consciences of medical professionals.
The ACLU has chosen activism over free speech advocacy for abortion, and hit the warpath against the First Amendment rights of small business owners.
The concern is not about denying a service to an individual based on gender identity, it is an issue of requiring a medical professional to take an action he deeply and morally opposes.
There is simply no historical ground upon which Politico can claim that protecting the right of medical professionals not to participate in abortion has been ‘controversial’ since Roe v. Wade.
The Christian small business owners involved in these lawsuits have no desire to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, nor do they ask for the right to do so.
A long-fought battle to keep the Golden State from forcing its pro-life citizens to choose between obeying conscience or the law of the land is on its way to Washington DC for a final decision.
Demanding that taxpayers participate in a human rights violation is itself a human rights violation, and should be rejected as such.
On America’s birthday, it is appropriate to be thankful and reflect on how we can guard against the suppression of religious freedom, before it is too late.
East Lansing is so intolerant of Steve Tennes’s religious viewpoint that it is willing to monitor Steve’s Facebook posts and punish Steve for what he says and does outside of East Lansing.
The Washington floral artist’s case reminds us that sexual-orientation laws threaten freedom and unfairly equate reasonable people with racists.
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.
If the Rockettes and Buzzfeed have the right to refuse business to Donald Trump and his supporters on ideological grounds, what about the rest of us?
‘Hacksaw Ridge’ was an ode to the age-old American custom of protecting dissent by protecting the conscience.
To forbid people from articulating beliefs and peacefully acting consistently with those beliefs is, at its core, an attempt to forbid the beliefs themselves.
Their unique history of oppression has imbued Mormons with a deep conviction that individuals should be free to worship. That’s why many oppose Donald Trump’s policies about Muslims.
Wayne Grudem joins the ranks of other opportunistic evangelical leaders who are backing Trump not because of who he is but because of what he might be able to do for the cause.
Do your church and pastor teach orthodox Christian doctrine about human sexuality? They’d better shut up about it, or Iowa’s ‘Civil Rights’ Commission will fine and harass them.
Donald Trump thinks religion is about temporal power. Apparently, leading evangelicals agree with him.
Proponents of Senate Bill 1146 say they need to give students grounds to sue religious schools for teaching their religion, because ‘discrimination.’ Whatever happened to freedom of religion?
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