The possibility of another contentious confirmation hearing recalls the first the Senate ever held, which just happened to be for the first Jewish justice to sit on the court.
To the believer, the free exercise of religion is a pervasive thing—an identity, not just an idea.
Government entities in the U.S. still threaten to impose their orthodoxy on dissenters.
Getting the Supreme Court’s Little Sisters of the Poor ruling wrong.
Not just for ministers.
In a word, no.
Religion isn’t one “hobby” among others.
Why Jews should side with the nuns.
The constitutional problem of closing houses of worship due to COVID-19.
A challenge to cooperation between religious groups and government agencies.
The Blaine Amendment strikes again.
Minority rights and the Bladensburg cross.