COMMENTARY: ‘Hard cases make bad law,’ the saying goes. Sometimes, however, they make good law — and this is one of those instances.
COMMENTARY: In California, even the care of young people with disabilities takes second place to secularist dogma.
COMMENTARY: Oral argument was heard in federal court from a group from Montgomery County families who want public school officials to respect their right to opt their children out of the ‘inclusive’ anthology.
COMMENTARY: A recent article by professor Helen Alvaré offers an encouraging example.
COMMENTARY: Bishop Rolando Álvarez refuses to abandon his spiritual sons and daughters in Nicaragua, and he is in jail because of it.
COMMENTARY: In its 6-3 ruling Friday, the Court ruled that the Constitution’s free speech guarantee isn’t just a prohibition against censorship. It also prohibits the government from forcing anyone to speak against his will.
COMMENTARY: The unanimous vindication highlights how much Title VII’s prohibition against religious discrimination and the duty to accommodate religious practice are needed.