Doug Bandow Security, Asia In Bangladesh, as elsewhere, religious liberty is the famed canary in a coal mine. Bangladesh was born in 1971 after India intervened in Pakistan’s civil war, which resulted in the independence of what was known as East Pakistan. Show More Summary
Mat Staver has no problem with straight judges ruling on gay marriage, but he acts like a gay judge deciding religious liberty issues is blasphemy.
Religious liberty prevails. The post Supreme Court’s Refusal to Hear Two “Discrimination” Cases Means WIN for Religious Freedom appeared first on RedState.
Must public officials give up their religious liberty? In past generations this question would have seemed to be ridiculous in the face of the First Amendment but over and over again those serving in public office are now being challenged to conform to secular and atheist notions of ‘Church and State’ rules of conduct that […]
RELIGIOUS LIBERTY This is why judges matter. Remember when President Trump granted a moral and religious exemption for the HHS contraception mandate? Well, a federal judge blocked Trump’s order. http://cvote.it/2yR9XVZ ABORTION The...Show More Summary
These Christian groups don't really care about protecting religious liberty.They just want to preserve their own dominance.
'The last thing this president wants on his EEOC is an arch enemy of his agenda on religious liberty.'
The number of big businesses siding with the same-sex couple in the U.S. Supreme Court case has declined significantly.
Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver claims the city "has no authority to prohibit a form of counseling simply because it does not like the religious beliefs of a particular client."
PRISON COLONY: Australians Applaud the ‘Erosion of Religious Liberty’ as Same-Sex Marriage Becomes Law.
This is a slightly redacted re-post from before the Trump victory, from 29 October 2016, to be exact. The cause of religious liberty has been substantially advanced by President Trump. Yet another reason for patriots and true conservatives to be...
A blockbuster new report from Vice shows how some fundamentalist Christian schools in the United States take advantage of religious liberty laws to get away with blatantly abusing their students. Although such abuse of students is illegal, Christian schools that are purportedly set up to serve...
Religious liberty and civil rights Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The case, as you may have heard, involves Colorado baker Jack Phillips, who in 2012 refused to make a cake for the same-sex wedding of David Mullins and Charlie Craig. Show More Summary
“On the Left, some pine for a hard-line opinion that claims of religious liberty or free speech can never, ever provide an excuse for discrimination. But it’s not just the Alitos and Clarence Thomases who would oppose that outcome. All...Show More Summary
Did Anthony Kennedy tip his hand during oral arguments in a key religious liberty/free speech case today? All eyes were... The post SCOTUS Masterpiece arguments: Kennedy blasts Colorado as “neither tolerant nor respectful” appeared first on Hot Air.
By making the decision about free speech rather than religious exercise, SCOTUS can limit the impact on anti-discrimination laws to a minimum.
The press secretary said the president's devotion to so-called religious liberties extends to businesses hanging signs about refusing service to LGBT people.
When a business owner refuses service to customers based on sexual identity, that isn’t religious liberty. It’s discrimination and it's unacceptable.
Can religious liberty coexist alongside modern anti-discrimination law? That’s the question the Supreme Court will consider next Tuesday when it hears oral argument in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The case...Show More Summary
Judging from the coverage surrounding this week’s blockbuster case, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, it might seem that the legal clash between religious liberty and discrimination in public spaces is a modern controversy that the Supreme Court is just catching up to. Show More Summary