Young People Who Identify as Transgender Are Making Irreversible Decisions
As with any decision you make when you’re young, you might change your mind. What happens then?
Should “Offensive” Speech Be Protected by Law?
It’s important to protect offensive speech so that the majority does not trample the minority.
To Curb Self-Censorship, We Must Realize How Much We All Dislike It
All across America, in every sector of society, cancel culture is being felt by people from all walks of life.
3 Times Judicial Nominees Were Attacked for Their Faith—And Why That’s a Problem
In America, public officeholders, including judges, should never be disqualified because of their faith. Listen to ADF General Counsel Kristen Waggoner explain why.
Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Friendship: A Model for Our Times
Justices Ginsburg and Scalia modeled very well what it looks like to favor openness and debate even among those with whom we disagree.
Can You Commit a Thoughtcrime by Using the Wrong Pronoun?
In a free society, there is no place for thoughtcrimes.