Using claims of discrimination as a wedge in the door for government bureaucrats would end religious education and the religious rights of parents to educate their children according to the dictates of their faith.
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.
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.
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.
Religious freedom in the world’s largest democracy has taken a turn for the worse since 2014, and U.S. leaders should say something.
If Britain keeps letting political movements suffocate the exchange of ideas and right to free speech, it will start going downhill very quickly.
It has been long convenient for secularists to insist that it is possible for government to be neutral about religion by imposing their religion on everyone.
Planned Parenthood kickstarted the state’s attack on religious liberty and conscience, but it was the Obama administration’s HHS who sustained it.
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.
If New York and Planned Parenthood succeed in blocking conscience protections for medical professionals, I may be forced to either violate my conscience or leave the medical profession.
The leftist culture-shapers who claim to champion ‘tolerance’ and ‘ending discrimination’ push for toxic identity politics that make true tolerance impossible.
A professor claims religious people are afraid of atheists and Democrats because they’re projecting ignorance and hatred. Maybe instead religious people just follow the news.
The Supreme Court will rule on the scope of the ‘ministerial exception’ and whether the government has to power to pick religious schools’ teachers.
In Spokane, 649 rape kits are awaiting attention, an opioid crisis is raging, and a serial killer hasn’t been caught, yet the city is throwing the book at a pastor who objects to a sexual minstrel show performed for children.
One year after his arrest, Pastor Wang Yi is still in Chinese detention. Let us all pray for him and the thousands of innocent Christians facing persecution under the oppressive Chinese regime.
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.
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.
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