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.
In the Little Sisters case, allowing the Supreme Court to second-guess nuns’ theological conclusions would be absurd and contrary to precedent.
The Senate should refuse to consider any Supreme Court nominee who agrees with Anthony Kennedy's dangerous Obergefell decision.
The Supreme Court should strike down Missouri’s unconstitutional religious discrimination in Trinity Lutheran Church v. Pauley.