BlogBehind the Scenes: The Week Leading up to Trinity Lutheran Oral Arguments
The first part of a behind-the-scenes look at the preparations during the week preceding the oral arguments in Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer. (4/20/2020)
BlogDo Abortion Providers Really Care About Women and Their Health? This Case at the Supreme Court Suggests the Answer.
The abortion industry talks about how it fights for women’s health care. But this case shows the industry is only concerned with more abortions and more profits. (4/20/2020)
BlogDOMA is Constitutional: Why President Obama And The Department of Justice Are Wrong
We reported last week that President Obama and his Department of Justice (DOJ) had made the startling claim that the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional, and that there is no reasonable legal defense the federal government can offer. (4/19/2020)
BlogStraining the Gnat and Swallowing the Camel: What Universities Can Learn From The Mojave Cross Decision
The Supreme Court on Wednesday handed down its decision in the Mojave cross case, Salazar v. Buono. (4/19/2020)
BlogSame-Sex Marriage and the Future
Some people want a court of prophets who will take a surgeon’s scalpel to the Word of God. (4/19/2020)
BlogMeet the Reeds – the 80 Year-Old Couple You’d Never Imagine Would Be at the Supreme Court
“You don’t meet people very often that are so sincere ... They’re just friends to everyone … They’re just good people. They’re just good people – that’s all there is to it.” (4/19/2020)
BlogColorado Is Ignoring the Supreme Court and Targeting Jack Phillips AGAIN
Less than one month after the Masterpiece decision, state officials targeted the very same individual who beat them before the Supreme Court. (4/20/2020)
BlogU.S. Supreme Court: Religious Orgs Can’t Be Forced to Fund Abortion
Today, the Supreme Court upheld U.S. Department of Health and Human Services rules that protect the conscience rights of religious and pro-life organizations. (7/9/2020)
BlogSupreme Court Bingo Predicts the Author of the CLS opinion
With all of the caveats that Supreme Court Bingo is not an absolutely 100% accurate prediction tool, I am going out on a limb here to predict that Chief Justice John Roberts is writing the decision in the Christian Legal Society v. Martinez decision. (4/19/2020)
BlogWho Might Trump Add to an Expanded List of Supreme Court Nominees?
At a meeting with House and Senate Republicans this month, Donald Trump indicated that he might consider adding up to four names to his existing list of 11 potential Supreme Court nominees. (4/20/2020)
BlogDo You Know What’s at Stake in Jack Phillips’ Supreme Court Case?
Jack Phillips is at the center of a landmark religious freedom case at the U.S. Supreme Court. (4/20/2020)
BlogADF to Supreme Court: Only Religious Organizations Can Decide Who They Employ
We’re praying that the Supreme Court upholds our country’s long tradition of religious freedom and makes clear that the state cannot decide who teaches the faith to the next generation. (4/20/2020)