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People of Faith Aren’t Second-Class Citizens

Governmental discrimination against people of faith sadly doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.

New Hope Family Services Back in Court as New York Continues to Attack Religious Organizations

New York State refuses to respect or even tolerate sincere faith beliefs and has launched a new attack against New Hope.

Senate Resolution Reminds Us Why Religious Education Should Be Celebrated

Earlier this week, Senator Lindsay Graham introduced Senate Resolution 407, legislation that celebrates religious schools and their contributions to our country by designating the first week of October as “Religious Education Week.”

How Houston Pastors Successfully Stood Up for Their Constitutional Rights

Imagine if you had escaped government oppression in search of freedom and safety for your family in a new country—only to be greeted yet again with the government treading on Constitutional rights.

West Virginia State Soccer Player Stands Up for Women’s Sports

When it comes to secondary and collegiate athletics, West Virginia’s save women’s sports law makes sure males who identify as female cannot take a spot on any team from a deserving girl.

Being Good at Your Job Is Not Enough for This School District

Even when we disagree, we need to support the right of others to live and work consistently with their beliefs without fear of losing their job.

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