Barronelle Stutzman Might Have a Chance at Justice
Although it’s a long shot, there may be one more glimmer of hope for Barronelle Stutzman as she continues her long stand for freedom.
After 8 Years of Legal Battles and 2 Wins, Jack Phillips is STILL Being Sued
For some, it won’t be enough until Masterpiece Cakeshop closes its doors and Jack Phillips is in financial ruin.
Washington Threatening Mission of Seattle Christian Ministry that Cares for Homeless
Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission, a Christian ministry serving the homeless, is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its case.
Baby Who Survives at 21 Weeks Shows Why SCOTUS Should Uphold This Mississippi Law
Baby Richard’s story serves as a powerful example of why we need laws like the one Mississippi is now defending before the Supreme Court.
Country Mill Farms Banned from East Lansing Market Because of a Facebook Post
For years, they sold their produce at a farmer’s market in East Lansing, Michigan. But then something changed.
This Week: A Family Farm in Michigan Standing Up to Government Hostility
This clear government hostility doesn’t belong in a pluralistic society like ours.
When Will It Stop? Colorado Censors This Web Designer for Working According to Her Religious Convictions
You may not have heard of Lorie Smith. But she has a lot in common with cake artist, Jack Phillips.