Georgia Tech Has a Long History of Unconstitutional Policies—So This Student Group Is Taking a Stand
Georgia Tech’s refusal to respect the constitutional rights of its students is stunning.
Know Someone Going to Law School? 3 Reasons They Should Attend ADF Law School Prep Academy
I knew law school would be different than undergrad in many ways but had no idea what that meant practically. That is why the ADF Law School Prep Academy was such a blessing.
The COVID-19 Response Affirms the Dignity of the Sick and Elderly, Contradicting These State Laws
As these eight states and D.C. rush to protect the vulnerable populations that the coronavirus hits hardest their laws simultaneously target these populations.
The Supreme Court Needs to Make It Clear That Planned Parenthood Can't Make up Its Own Rules
The Supreme Court needs to clarify that no one is above the law.
Coronavirus Is Not the Only Thing Threatening to Cancel Women’s Sports
Even when the threat of the coronavirus is removed, another threat to athletic competition still remains. That is, if you're a female athlete.
Pro-Life Sidewalk Counselors Ask Supreme Court to Protect Their Rights
The First Amendment protects every American’s right to speak freely.
Does the “Wall of Separation” Mean Religious Groups Can’t Receive Coronavirus Aid?
As Congress gets closer to passing a coronavirus relief bill, questions are emerging about aid provisions for religious groups, such as Christian colleges and universities.