Yesterday, the Supreme Court affirmed that public-school teachers and coaches don’t give up their constitutional rights when they accept their jobs.
After the leaked Dobbs draft, radical abortion activists are threatening to disrupt Catholic Masses. Federal law protects worshippers — if Biden’s DOJ will enforce it.
What we likely have here, as Justice Thomas cogently points out, is gamesmanship disguised as sincerely held religious beliefs.
The Court’s role in safeguarding these important civil liberties is now more crucial than ever. Take, for example, the case of a young businesswoman in Colorado.
The Supreme Court removed a great stain on our nation’s history, but what it did for our present and future may be more important.
Kids in need of foster and adoptive families deserve caring, competent, and experienced agencies, not ideological conformists.
This decade-long battle seems to be coming to a close.
It’s high time to leave the Little Sisters of the Poor and other religious organizations in freedom and peace.