Opponents of HB 1523 are forging ahead and asking the Supreme Court to take this case with the help of former Obama Solicitor General Donald Verilli
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The Supreme Court has arrogated to itself a power the Founders never intended it to have, a power not delegated to the Court anywhere in the Constitution.
The Department of Justice, under Attorney General Jeff Sessions, has filed a friend-of-the-court brief on Phillips’ behalf with the Supreme Court,
It may be one of the most important religious liberty cases in a century — and President Trump isn’t about to be on the wrong side of
Last week, attorneys with Alliance Defending Freedom (representing Jack Phillips and Masterpiece Cakeshop) filed their merits brief with the Supreme Court.
You should be paying attention to the case of Colorado cake artist Jack Phillips. After all, your freedom depends on it.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the appeal of Jack Phillips, a Colorado baker who declined to design a wedding cake for a same-sex wedding reception.
Now this particular civil servant is a lawyer. And not just any lawyer, Mr. DeMarinis was adjunct professor of law at American University-Washington School of Law,
While the Bible is forbidden, the Koran is not. In fact it is being taught and children are being indoctrinated in Islam all over our country.
LGBT activists don’t want anybody who has unwanted same sex attraction to have the choice to leave their plantation they deceptively like to call “gay.”
An arrogant junior level judge in Hawaii has appointed himself dictator-for-life for America’s immigration policy. He should be ignored by the man with genuine, constitutional and legal authority over immigration policy, the president of the United States.
If anyone is to begin discussing the topic of Americans’ right to bear arms we MUST understand it has never been the government’s responsibility to protect us as individuals.
Rumors are circulating widely in Washington, D.C. that Justice Anthony Kennedy may step down from the Supreme Court this summer, possibly even as early as today (Monday). He’s 81 and has been on the bench for 30 years.
The Supreme Court declined to hear two challenges to a New Jersey ban on pro-heterosexual therapy for minors, patterned after the California law.
Christian bakers in Northern Ireland who were found guilty of discrimination for declining to support gay marriage have been pleasantly surprised.
Where once free speech reigned on college campuses and in other secular institutions (or at least it was so thought), today you have the totalitarianism of political correctness.
The White House’s new occupant couldn’t be more popular with the people who voted for him — sporting a 94 percent approval rating after 100 days.
What does a children’s playground have to do with the Supreme Court? A lot, starting today.
With Antonin Scalia’s replacement firmly in place, conservatives are turning up the heat on phase two: defunding Planned Parenthood.
When Neil Gorsuch put his hand on the Bible to become the 113th Supreme Court justice, Scalia, in that great cloud of witnesses, was no doubt smiling.
A federal court of appeals has now ruled that a Texas school board can continue its practice of opening up its meetings with student-led prayers.
Soon-to-be-Mr. Justice Gorsuch simply discards the appeal to God, relied upon by America’s Founders.
To progressives and the lockstep media, legitimate authority means only advancing progressive causes.
I believe our greatest battle is a spiritual battle and that we do our country a disservice when we neglect the spiritual battle.
The president doesn’t make laws, he can only enforce them. The Supreme court doesn’t make laws, it can only discover and apply them. Only Congress makes laws.
All the evidence suggests that President Trump did, in fact, select a nominee in the mold of Justice Antonin Scalia.
At the National Prayer Breakfast, President Trump said, “My administration will do everything in its power to defend and protect religious liberty.”
The idea that the so-called mainstream press somehow stands above its own vested interests, or, put another way, against their own agenda, is laughable.
In recent years, progressives have used the courts to establish newer classes of protected behaviors that effectively trump the explicit constitutional protection of religion.
Senate Democrats facing tough re-election battles have to decide if they want to hang an anchor around their necks by joining a filibuster against Gorsuch.