Watch: Why Georgia Tech Students Discriminated Against MLK Jr.'s Niece
You'd think that Martin Luther King Jr.'s Niece, Alveda King, would be warmly welcomed in MLK's home state of Georgia when she spoke at Georgia Tech last year. But you'd be wrong.
The Donor Privacy Case: What a Win or Loss Could Mean for You
What does a U.S. Supreme Court case involving the State of California have to do with cancel culture? And what might the outcome of the case mean for your freedom? Let’s break it down.
An Alarming Biden Rule Could Mean Opposite-Sex Roommates in College Dorms
Government officials are bound by the law—and forcing religious colleges to allow male students to live in girls’ dorms clearly violates the law.
Why Are Lawmakers Blocking a Bill to Protect Babies Who Survive Abortions?
The bill would require that children born alive during abortions receive the same medical care as any other newborn.
What Cancel Culture Is and Isn’t
The term "cancel culture" is applied to a variety of situations, some warranted, some not. So what is cancel culture, really?
SCOTUS Acts to Protect the Free Exercise of Religion in the Pandemic and Beyond
Here are four quick takeaways from the Supreme Court ruling.
This Tech CEO’s Story Shows Why the Supreme Court Must Protect Donor Privacy
Brendan Eich’s story may be the canary in the coal mine for any American who has donated to a non-profit if the Supreme Court rules against donor privacy this term.