In Targeting a Christian School for Its Beliefs, the Government Is Harming Low-Income Students
State officials are targeting a Christian school because of its beliefs and they are harming low-income students in the process.
Are You Afraid to Share Your Real Opinions? Here’s What You Can Do.
A recent survey conducted by the Cato Institute found that about 62 percent of Americans have political views they don’t want to share in the current political climate.
Is Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Rethinking the Company’s Reliance on the SPLC?
During an antitrust Congressional hearing last week, Florida representative Matt Gaetz took Jeff Bezos to task on Amazon’s reliance on the SPLC’s hate group list.
How a Supreme Court Case on Foster Care May Affect Barronelle Stutzman
Every Supreme Court decision has consequences.
The Government Threatened His Ability to Help Patients, So This Jewish Counselor Took a Stand
Psychotherapist Dr. Dovid Schwartz never expected the government to step in and tell him what conversations were off limits with his adult patients. But that is exactly what he faced in New York City.
Supreme Court Wrap Up: How Did Religious Liberty Do This Term?
People of faith have much to celebrate and many reasons for hope.
Why More Than 300 Female Athletes Signed a Letter to the NCAA
Female Olympians, Title IX pioneers, and more than 300 collegiate and professional athletes signed a letter to the NCAA, calling on the athletic association to reject efforts to boycott the state of Idaho.