Supreme Court Wrap Up: How Did Religious Liberty Do This Term?
People of faith have much to celebrate and many reasons for hope.
Why More Than 300 Female Athletes Signed a Letter to the NCAA
Female Olympians, Title IX pioneers, and more than 300 collegiate and professional athletes signed a letter to the NCAA, calling on the athletic association to reject efforts to boycott the state of Idaho.
3 Reasons the Equal Rights Amendment Should Stay in the Past
Activists are trying to resurrect the ERA and have sued to demand it be added to the Constitution. Here are three reasons that’s a bad idea.
Supreme Court Allows Nevada to Continue Treating Churches Worse Than Casinos
Unfortunately, on Friday, a majority of the U.S. Supreme Court declined to halt the unfair treatment of churches in Nevada.
Do Wedding Officiants Have the Freedom to Decide What Ceremonies They Perform?
As Kristi Stokes developed and grew her business, Covenant Weddings, she found out something troubling about her local laws.
Why Two Female Athletes in Idaho Joined a Legal Battle Over a State Law
Female athletes deserve a voice in this lawsuit and the opportunity to protect women’s sports in Idaho.
An Angry Mob Shuts Down Conservative Event at Binghamton University
It is troubling to see university officials allowing, and even encouraging and facilitating, viewpoint censorship and the infringement of students’ First Amendment freedoms.