Liberty used to be the default position in this country, but among many people now, the default is obedience to the state.
This time, the decision upheld New York’s vaccine mandate despite its overt hostility to religion.
It is hard to see how the decision turns out to be anything other than another win for advocates of religious liberty and school choice.
Recent Court actions should cause us to worry.
They joined Roberts and Court progressives in declining relief to Maine health-care providers, who must now be vaxxed against their beliefs or lose their jobs.
Judge Bars Biden Administration from Firing Unvaccinated Employees with Pending Religious Exemptions
‘None of the civilian employee plaintiffs will be subject to discipline while his or her request for a religious exception is pending,’ the judge wrote.
Parents have a right not to be pressured into sending their kids to public school. Government cannot press them to substitute government educational speech for their own.
What happened to the ‘free exercise of religion’?
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 Court is set to answer questions that bear on some of our most active political divisions.