If every group were bland and nearly indistinguishable from its neighbors, there would be little value in pluralism and diversity.
Self-righteous bureaucrats have distorted anti-discrimination laws to persecute religious and traditional Americans.
Faith Leaders need assurance that the government and the public will only have access to their internal deliberations in the most compelling of cases.
Every American has a right to live in accordance with his conscience, regardless of whether he follows an orthodox faith.
In California, a judge banned a Jewish congregation from practicing a religious ritual. Advocates of religious freedom have rightly sounded an alarm.
Too many Americans now wish view religious liberty as an indulgence to be granted on a selective basis only to favored groups.
Justice Breyer’s ruling in the Supreme Court’s Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt abortion case weakened the bedrock legal principle of res judicata.
Vox misunderstands the Supreme Court’s ruling in Utah v. Strieff.