Christian Animator’s Business Destroyed by Ideological Blacklisting
The answer to disagreement on issues of conscience is civil discourse, not publishing a polarizing document aimed at personally attacking those with whom you disagree.
Big Win! This Wedding Officiant Won’t Be Forced to Perform Ceremonies Against Her Beliefs
Fortunately, Kristi still has the freedom to participate in the ceremonies she chooses, proclaim the messages she agrees with, and practice the beliefs she holds most dear.
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.
What Happened to the First Amendment During COVID-19?
The First Amendment protects our freedom to peacefully practice the religion we choose. But when COVID-19 hit the United States and lockdowns began, some government officials seemed to forget this.
Why I’m Participating in Selina’s Run
If we are silent, it is women and girls that will suffer—relegated to the sidelines of their own sports.
Oregon Closes Small Christian Schools But Allows Small Public Schools to Open
While the Oregon government has allowed small public schools under 75 students to open, it has told private schools of the same size that they must remain closed.
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.