Pharmacists Should Not be Forced to Abandon the Right of Conscience
The Stormans family is asking the Supreme Court to protect the rights of conscience, not only for themselves but also for pharmacists and pharmacy owners throughout the country.
Why Missouri Should Get Behind Playground Safety Week
Among the concerns that National Playground Safety week addresses is the need for safe playground surfacing for all children.
When a State Targets the Beliefs of Christian Bakers: Jack Phillips Case Rejected by Colorado High Court
There's one thing missing from Jack's gallery of cakes these days—wedding cakes.
Why Target's New Bathroom Policy Misses the Mark
Last week Target announced that in the name of “inclusivity,” it was opening its restrooms and changing rooms to members of the opposite sex.
#TBT: 4 Medical Professionals We've Been Honored to Defend
In honor of Throwback Thursday (#tbt), we’d like to remind you of some of the cases in which the rights of medical professionals to operate according to their beliefs were upheld.
Colorado Courts Moving to Pronounce Last Rites for Religious Freedom
Does that sound like an overstatement? As followers of Christ, we believe in His ability to bring life out of death – and take comfort in that, even as we watch the cruel blows being inflicted on so many of our brothers and sisters in the faith these days.