This court decision may certainly be seen as an invitation to state governments to freely expand taxpayer support to schools that teach religions besides secularism.
Gov. Tim Walz targeted Minnesotans’ First Amendment right to worship. When they pushed back, he eased restrictions. Neither should have to happen.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker took it upon himself to make the salvation of our immortal souls constitutionally subordinate to the authority of the government. This is wrong and illegal.
Wake County, North Carolina continues to ban Christians from their central rite of communion while allowing hand-delivered food so long as it’s served by restaurants instead of pastors.
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly (D) reached an agreement with two rural churches who filed a lawsuit with the state over limitations on religious gatherings that didn’t apply to other organizations.
‘It’s great that dog grooming, gin, guns, and garden supplies are essential,’ says Pastor Kevin Martin, chuckling at the irony, ‘but the body and blood of Christ are not.’
If our constitutional protections go out the door at the declaration of every emergency, what is the point of having them?
Declaring religious services to be ‘non-essential’ is beyond the rightful role of government. Instead, officials should equally apply all limits.
The governor is telling Christians how worship must be done and with stricter rules than for all other public gatherings. That is none of his damned business.
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.
If Britain keeps letting political movements suffocate the exchange of ideas and right to free speech, it will start going downhill very quickly.
The two large banks have pulled their donations that helped poor minority children attend better schools in Florida because they consider Christian teachings about sex bigotry.
Today the Supreme Court hears a case that could undo a century of decisions that have attacked and undermined religious beliefs by secularizing public education.
This term, the Supreme Court has the opportunity to bury anti-Catholic laws now used to discriminate against all religions, and secure a brighter future for kids like Raelyn Sukhbir.
The leftist culture-shapers who claim to champion ‘tolerance’ and ‘ending discrimination’ push for toxic identity politics that make true tolerance impossible.
Conscience protections do not ‘give a license’ to discriminate. They protect health-care workers from being forced to participate in practices such as elective sterilization, elective abortion, and assisted suicide.
In the left’s crusade against the Christian faith, it harms the people it purports to defend. This means good people must ensure no one in need is left behind, and for the record, The Salvation Army is very good people.
At the beginning of National Adoption Month, HHS has taken the first step to let religious foster organizations once again promote more homes for kids. But more needs to be done.
As Chick-fil-A expands internationally, a company executive said charitable giving to Christian organizations was inhibiting the chain’s growth.
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