Why Legislation Protecting Donor Privacy is Not “Unnecessary”
Unfortunately, in our current toxic social climate, expressing your views can be dangerous.
Remembering the Source of Our Freedoms on Constitution Day
Constitution Day is a reminder that this framework of freedom upon which this nation has been built has endured for 234 years. But if it is going to continue to endure, it is up to "we the people" to defend it.
When the Government Sits in on Private Therapy Sessions
Under Washington law, the government is permitted to intrude on confidential therapy sessions and dictate what therapists and clients can discuss
How One Fifth-Grader Wouldn’t Let His School Stop Him From Expressing His Christian Faith
Brian Hickman was in the fifth grade when he learned his first lesson about religious freedom – all because he wanted to dance to a Christian song at his school’s talent show.
“Hard Work U” Students Continue Preparing for the Next Stage Amid Threats from the Biden Administration
The college filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration for its directive that could force religious schools to open dorms, showers, and other private areas to members of the opposite sex.
As the Biden Administration Attacks Conscience Rights, It’s Time for States to Take a Stand
The Biden administration’s message is clear: conscience rights come second to radical gender ideology.
Why One College Is Going Toe-to-Toe with the Biden Administration
When the Biden administration reinterpreted “sex” in federal law to mean “sexual orientation” and “gender identity,” the implications were far-reaching...and alarming.