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.
Even skeptics are wowed by the high-tech museum. Pulitzer Prize winner Philip Kennicott called Museum of the Bible ‘stocked with historic treasures.’
Abortion advocates are attacking Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch for agreeing with the Supreme Court’s decisions in the Hobby Lobby and Little Sisters of the Poor cases.
Wisconsin’s junior senator could not hold out for more than 48 hours before giving in to deep partisanship and vindictiveness on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.
Colin Kaepernick’s inane protest doesn’t tell us much. The hypocritical reaction of many on the Left is another story.
President Obama believes in open debate and tolerance of opposing viewpoints—but make your bathrooms trans-friendly or else.
The Little Sisters of the Poor respond to government misrepresentations in a legal battle that’s headed to the Supreme Court.
The Hoover Institution’s Richard Epstein argues that critics of Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act are undervaluing the right to free association.
The Religious Freedom Restoration Act, or RFRA, isn’t some awful license to discriminate. It’s a balancing test that courts have to weigh based on facts.
The Supreme Court upheld similar applications of religious freedom in cases with very different vote margins. Why?
A regulatory change in California has placed abortion in the category of ‘basic health services’ all insurance plans must cover. Even those churches buy.
The Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision recognized that who people are can’t be separated into separate ‘work’ and ‘faith’ boxes.
Women are loud opponents to the Health and Human Services mandate and vocal supporters of religious liberty.
The conservative republican vision of the Americans founders offer the most robust alternative to Progressivism.
When you’re reading the Declaration of Independence, remember what was at the heart of the Founders’ complaint with old King George.
Remove the employer middleman from the health insurance market and the conflict between party A’s religious beliefs and party B’s contraception disappears.
If you think Catholics are less likely to serve the public interest than any other group of people, you are an intolerant bigot.
Some pessimists say the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling is not a significant victory. They’re too gloomy.
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