4 Lessons We Can All Learn From Justice Antonin Scalia’s Legacy
Scalia's most priceless testimony was simply the way he lived his life, and for that, great majority of even his most vociferous opponents could express their appreciation.
Presidents Day Reminds Us What's at Stake in the Election for Life, Marriage and Religious Freedom
Washington’s and Lincoln's presidencies have taught us that great leaders are steadfast in their values. That's why we're reminded of just how much is at stake for religious freedom, marriage and the family, and the sanctity of life in the election.
Should the Supreme Court Prioritize the Safety of Non-Religious Preschoolers over Religious Ones?
Just because these kids attend a preschool run by a church doesn't mean their safety on the playground is less important than that of students who do not attend religious preschools.
5 Cases to Watch at the Supreme Court in 2016
With the potential for a groundbreaking affirmation of conscience rights, the only abortion case in almost a decade, and a multi-pronged challenge to Obamacare's HHS Mandate on the docket, this is one Supreme Court term not to be missed.
This Is What Happens When Universities Favor Certain Student Groups over Others
Promoting some viewpoints while stifling others is unconstitutional. Yet, it seems California State University San Marcos hasn’t gotten the memo.