Los Angeles is a hub of diversity, which is perhaps why the LA Times showed such a deep understanding of individual liberty in Thursday’s editorial. The team tackled the gay rights question, “can discrimination be legal?”
As the debate over religion in American political spaces rages on, Oklahoma state's legislature recently approved a monument of the Biblical Ten Commandments on public ground. A Satanic Temple group has followed suit, claiming Oklahoma's actions have paved the way for a "public-friendly" Satan-related monument "for young children."
I'm mostly just shocked it took them 40 years since <i>Roe v. Wade</i> to file a suit.
Even Liberty University isn't safe from Obamacare's freedom-limiting mandates.
How long will American leaders ignore the end of religious liberty in Christianity's birthplace?
A North Carolina school refused to hang posters depicting an American Flag and the national motto “In God We Trust” — the legal counsel feared the signs would be seen as promoting religion.
It is not every day the President of the United States becomes a blogger. However, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, queued to reach the Senate floor this week, was enough to prompt Obama to contribute an Op-ed to the Huffington post Sunday.
The Hawaii Senate voted 20 to 4 to legalize single-gender marriages Wednesday. The bill now moves to the House where a heated debate is expected to continue late into Halloween night.
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius refuses to remark on whether Americans will be forced to pay for abortions under Obamacare.
First Amendment? What First Amendment?
The SCOTUS is opening despite the shutdown, and they have some major cases already set with the potential for more overturns of precedent down the line. Issues coming up include: campaign finance, religious freedom, affirmative action, abortion protests, and more.
While the Obama administration has not quite been known for its respect to freedom of religion, their latest action is borderline insanity: due to the government shutdown, priests contracted by the military are forbidden from serving Mass--even if they want to do it for free.
Saeed Abedini is an American citizen jailed in Iran for his Christian faith. September 26 marks the one year anniversary of his imprisonment in “Evin University,” a prison infamous for psychical and psychological torture.