A bill recently introduced in the Iowa legislature would make it illegal to revoke the privileges of belief-based student organizations that maintain religious requirements for leadership positions.
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In an historic move, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced that it has established a Conscience and Religious Freedom Division within the office of Civil Rights.
SCOTUS recently declined two cases challenging the constitutionality of Mississippi HB 1523, that allows religious organizations to refuse to hire persons or provide services to LGBT people in situations that conflict with their sincerely held religious beliefs.
‘Good Things’ to Think Upon After Trump’s First Year I must admit, I have begun to fall behind politically. There..
The long-time chief of the city’s Fire Rescue Department was forced out of the squad three years ago after a distinguished career…
It’s time to go on the offense! It’s time to fight for true civil rights. The battle lines are drawn. Restoring Christian civil rights is the civil rights struggle of our time.
The war on religious freedom came to the Phillips’s front door when two men visited Masterpiece Cakes in 2012 and asked for a same-sex wedding cake.
Here are some home truths on the homosexual revolution sweeping the West, and implications for all sorts of freedoms, including religious freedom.
These results show that, at least on this issue, Americans can identify and support a genuine desire to live according to one’s religious beliefs.
Last week, the State Department released its report assessing religious freedom around the world during 2016.
A recent survey found that millennials do believe religious freedom is important—remember, tolerance is the name of the game.
Bernie Sanders eviscerated the Constitution in front of the nation this week by ripping to shreds its prohibition on the use of a religious test for public office.
If Jesus has changed your life and set you free from homosexual practice, your testimony is not welcome on Vimeo – not now, not ever.
Trump must keep the promise he made at the prayer breakfast: “My administration will do everything in its power to defend and protect religious liberty.”
At the National Prayer Breakfast, President Trump said, “My administration will do everything in its power to defend and protect religious liberty.”
The year 2016 opened with a group of patriots taking a stand at a wildlife refuge in Oregon on January 2nd protesting the lawless oppression by the Federal Bureau of Land Management.
By Heather Sells Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice is warning Americans that “freedom..
In the U.S. religious freedom, all the religions are equal. So the evangelicalism that founded the U.S. is officially in the same level as Islam, Hinduism, Catholicism, witchcraft, etc.
By Travis Web – BarbWire guest contributor At Family Research Council, we have consistently made the point that religious freedom..
By Johnathan Taylor After Judge Carlton Reeves’ stubborn decision preventing his state’s religious freedom law from taking effect several weeks..
What happens in California does not stay in California. And California on the issue of the so-called “homosexual agenda,” the “LGBT agenda,” and abortion, is now running roughshod over religious freedom.
Of all the stories I’ve seen on Mississippi’s new religious freedom law, the one in the Jackson Free Press is one of the few that remembers what the debate is really about: the First Amendment. Specifically, the Establishment Clause versus the Free Exercise Clause.
Governor Matt Bevin has signed into law a bill that ultimately protects religious freedom of not only Kim Davis, but the other clerks throughout Kentucky.
(1 min Audio Report – Freedom’s Call) Many states have passed religious freedom laws. Now Missouri is considering such a..
Ten months after the Supreme Court passed a landmark case on gay marriage, a backlash against the ruling is spreading across the country.
Faith-based groups in Pennsylvania are scrambling to find out how the governor’s new executive orders banning sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination will impact them.
Mississippi’s Republican Gov. Phil Bryant has signed a new religious freedom bill which the state legislature approved last week.
After weeks of working on HB 757, a modest bill that would have provided protections against the growing threat to religious freedom in the wake of the Supreme Court’s redefinition of marriage, timid lawmakers caved to misinformation campaigns from the Left and threats from big business.
County clerk, Kim Davis, who was sent to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same sex couples, has had another victory.
Liberty Counsel filed to intervene in North Carolina on behalf of the state magistrates there who refuse to issue licenses for same-sex marriage.