Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader When It Comes to the Branches of Government?
Who has the power to make laws?
News You Should Know: “Identity” Doesn’t Change Athletic Advantage
Did you see these news stories from the past week?
Other Shirt Designs that Blaine Adamson Couldn’t Print
When Blaine receives a request at his business, Hands On Originals, he considers whether the message he is being asked to print is consistent with his religious beliefs.
How One Student Group Made the University of Florida Campus More Open to Free Speech
Now, thanks to these students’ willingness to take a stand, the university and its student government can no longer cherry-pick which views are brought to campus!
WATCH: Selina Speaks up for Female Athletes on the Today Show
Last week, high school athlete Selina Soule appeared on the Today Show along with an ADF attorney to take a stand for female athletes.
Should a Conservative Consulting Firm Be Forced to Promote Socialism?
The government should exist to protect freedom, not take it away. That’s why Grant and Jacob decided to file a lawsuit against Ann Arbor.
What if Barronelle Never Met Rob?
In a civil society where florists may not follow their conscience, Rob would be less likely to get to know Barronelle, admire her artistic talent, and observe her Christian witness.