The Corner

Outbreak of Sanity: No Veils in Drivers License Photos

A state appeals court in Florida has upheld a lower court ruling that a Muslim woman may be forbidden to wear a veil to obscure her face in a driver’s license photo. The woman had claimed that the requirement to submit to such a photograph infringed on her constitutional right to free religious exercise. The appeals court rejected the claim, holding that the law, which does not target religion and is applicable to everyone, did not run afoul of the First Amendment.

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Politics & Policy

When the Tide Comes In

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is Jonah Goldberg’s weekly “news”letter, the G-File. Subscribe here to get the G-File delivered to your inbox on Fridays. Dear Reader, “Save Ike from the Kikes.” I’d better explain. This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of the Nazi troll armies’ march ... Read More
Film & TV

Celebrity Activists Do Not Help

Michelle Williams, an actress, has decided to become a spokesman on the issue of pay inequality in her profession, and appears this month on the cover of Vanity Fair with a headline to that effect. This decision follows what she describes as a humiliating episode in which she learned in the pages of USA Today ... Read More