First Amendment win.
“Bad ideas spread like weeds in the garden in spring.”
A system of 23 community colleges in Virginia is about become more in line with the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The Virginia Community College System (VCCS) is seeking to alter its policy on free-speech zones in response to a lawsuit brought by student Christian Parks.
Last month, academic freedom and the First Amendment scored a major victory when a federal jury found that the University of North Carolina-Wilmington had retaliated against conservative professor Dr. Mike Adams for his political and social views by denying him a promotion to full professor.
Nearly three years ago Americans celebrated a First Amendment victory—now, the U.S. 2nd Court of Appeals reversed the decision, allowing New York City to ban religious groups from holding services in school buildings.
A lunch monitor at Carillon Elementary in Florida allegedly told a student not to pray over her meal. The only hitch? Five-year-old Gabriella Perez is the only one who can verify the story.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments for two key Obamacare contraceptive mandate cases Tuesday. Townhall's Christine Rousselle and Sarah Jean Seman report from Capitol Hill.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Tuesday concerning Conestoga Wood Specialties and Hobby Lobby, two companies that argue that Obamacare’s contraception mandate violates their religious freedom rights.
For more than 30 years, a clause within a Michigan public school district contract openly stated that "special consideration” would be be given to non-Christian applicants.
By now you've heard about the FCC "study" that would have put government bureaucrats into newsrooms all over the country in order to monitor how news in gathered.
The Arizona Legislature passed a bill that would amend the definition of religious freedom and provide a wider birth of protection for entities that seek to deny service because of a moral conviction.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has released a statement in response to A&E's decision to indefinitely ?suspend Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson for religious comments he made about homosexuality in GQ Magazine.