This Tech CEO’s Story Shows Why the Supreme Court Must Protect Donor Privacy
Brendan Eich’s story may be the canary in the coal mine for any American who has donated to a non-profit if the Supreme Court rules against donor privacy this term.
This Lawsuit Threatens the Rights of Faith-Based Schools to Operate According to Their Beliefs
If successful, college students would be forbidden from using their federal tuition assistance at schools that proclaim widely held religious teachings on marriage, gender, and sexuality.
How We Can Ensure Religious Freedom Is Protected in Times of Crisis
The government cannot treat churches worse than businesses or restaurants. And even a pandemic doesn’t suspend the First Amendment.
How A California Mandate Could Violate Your First Amendment Rights
The government has no business forcing charities to hand over sensitive information it doesn’t need.
How One University Administration Allowed a Mob to Shut Down Free Speech
When a mob breaks out on a university campus, campus officials are supposed to break it up. But that’s not what they did at the State University of New York at Binghamton
New York Is Trying to Control This Photographer’s Speech—So She’s Taking a Stand
The Constitution protects artists like Emilee Carpenter from being silenced or punished for expressing their beliefs.