Breaking: U.S. Supreme Court to Weigh in on California’s Attempt to Force Pro-Lifers to Promote Abortion
Today, the Supreme Court announced it would hear our case representing pregnancy care centers in California that object to promoting abortion.
When the Son of a World War II Veteran Is Compared to the Nazis
Wayne Phillips was a Purple Heart recipient and helped liberate Buchenwald concentration camp.
It Starts in the University: Justice Thomas Decries Societal Trend to “Limit Ideas”
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas recently lamented that “we’re getting quite comfortable in our society limiting ideas and exposure to ideas.”
Can the Government Take away This Grandma’s Religious Freedom?
Barronelle and her attorney, ADF Senior Counsel Kristen Waggoner, were on The Michael Medved Show recently to talk about her case.
Free Speech Is Not Extinct on the Campus of Macomb Community College
It all began with three students, a T-Rex costume, and a petition on fossil fuels.
Cakes Aren’t Art? These 7 Cake Designs Say Differently
Can custom-designed cakes be considered works of art? That is one of the questions at the center of Colorado cake artist Jack Phillips’ Supreme Court case.