Immediately upon the signing of Trump’s recent “religious liberty” executive order, civil rights groups picked up on a sentence which appears to grant Attorney General Jeff Sessions broad latitude in creating new anti-LGBT rules. NOM noticed that too. Show More Summary
In this week’s episode of the NR Facebook Live interview series, I had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Coalition (ERLC). Instead of focusing on the drama of news cycle, we spoke about a topic Moore has spent a lot of time on: Christian participation in culture and politics. Show More Summary
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has told graduates at a historic Roman Catholic seminary near Philadelphia freedom of religion and freedom of speech are essential to a democracy and are under threat in the United States.
Debate over usually benign State Bar rules has devolved into a bitter "religious liberty" fight in the Texas House. The chamber approved Monday an oversight law for the Texas Board … Click to Continue »
His speech made clear he has every intention of continuing to pander to the Religious Right.
The president told students and parents at the conservative religious school "nothing is easier or more pathetic than being a critic."
Saturday, President Donald J. Trump is set to deliver the commencement address at Liberty University, founded by
On Thursday, at the World Summit for the Defense of Persecuted Christians, Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) warned of the growing threat to religious liberty worldwide and the lack of government and media action taken to confront it.
Lexington’s NBC affiliate reports: The Kentucky Court of Appeals has ruled a Lexington business was within its rights when it refused to print shirts for Lexington’s Gay Pride Festival. The owner of Hands on Originals argued that he refused to print the shirts for the 2012 festival because it was against his religious beliefs. Show More Summary
From a press release published by Christian Newswire: The Foundation for Moral Law, a Montgomery-based legal foundation dedicated to the defense of religious liberty and a strict interpretation of the Constitution as intended by its Framers, leaped to the defense of President Trump’s May 4 Executive Order Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty. Show More Summary
In this week’s edition of The Liberty Files, I talk to my friend and former colleague Erik Stanley from the Alliance Defending Freedom about Trump’s “tepid” executive order on religious liberty, the true threats to religious freedomShow More Summary
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, who as Georgia governor once held a public prayer vigil for rain, has responded to Trump’s recent religious liberty executive order by issuing a letter authorizing USDA-inspected plants to post any anti-LGBT materials they like. Show More Summary
Donald Trump's executive order to repeal the Johnson Amendment may not have much legal weight, but we shouldn't just ignore the very real (and very devastating) message it sends to all Americans.
Trump’s latest executive order aims to “vigorously promote religious liberty,” but the practical implications of the policy remain to be seen. Atheist group sues Trump over church order, arguing it gives churches unconstitutional preferential...Show More Summary
Will the president finally deliver a theologically competent statement of religious belief?
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President Donald Trump signed another executive order the other day, this one to protect religious liberties and freedom of speech, which you may have thought already existed. “Under my administration,” … Click to Continue »
ANALYSIS:Remember that I told you that TECHNICALLY I am "Politically Pro Choice" on the subject of abortion BECAUSE I don't believe that the government should be involved in such intimate matters BUT from a FUNCTIONAL CULTURAL standpoint...Show More Summary
President Trump’s executive order last week “promoting free speech and religious liberty” allows religious leaders and groups more leeway to support and oppose political candidates. Should religious groups take sides in political contests? That’s our Question of the Week for readers. Show More Summary
A organisation of atheists from Wisconsin has filed a lawsuit challenging the president’s so-called “religious liberty” order, claiming his move to allow religious groups to preach politics from the pulpit is in breach of the constitution. Show More Summary