This Photographer Is Making It Clear: Censorship Is Not a Virginia Value
In April 2020, the Governor of Virginia signed the so-called Virginia Values Act into law. One photographer is taking a stand and challenging this law.
Court Rules Professor Can’t Be Forced to Endorse an Ideology Against His Beliefs
The message from the 6th Circuit: You must respect the First Amendment rights of all professors, and that means you cannot force them to say things they do not believe.
How a Dangerous, Unnecessary, Uncalled-for Mandate in California Affects You
On April 26, the Supreme Court will hear the Thomas More Law Center case. And if you’ve ever donated to a nonprofit organization, you should be paying attention to it.
Memo to Governor Noem: There’s Already a Coalition Standing Up for Women’s Sports
We welcome Gov. Noem to join in this coalition defending women's sports.
Generational Wins: Defending the Right to Live and Work According to Your Beliefs
This is the fourth in a series of blog posts that will outline how some key courtroom victories helped protect freedom in five critical areas.
What Those Intent on Punishing Jack Phillips for His Faith Could Learn from Him
For eight years—and through three different court cases—Jack has been standing up to protect his freedom to live and work consistently with his beliefs.
Great News! The Equal Rights Amendment Will Remain Dead
A federal district court judge ruled that the deadline for ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment had expired, placing another nail in the amendment’s coffin.