Joseph Kennedy, the winning plaintiff in 2022’s Kennedy v. Bremerton School District decision, says school officials targeted him.
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In May, a three-judge panel of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals sided with Zackey Rahimi, a Texas drug dealer with a violent history.
Pro-abortion lobbyists also target appointments to lower courts, seeking to recast the entire judicial system in support of legal abortion.
Georgetown University, a Jesuit school in the District of Columbia, led a coalition of Catholic universities and colleges that filed an amicus brief to the Supreme Court in support of affirmative action.
The Supreme Court ended its term with two religion-related decisions, ruling in favor of religious accommodation and free speech. Andrea Picciotti-Bayer explains the Court’s decisions and relevance for any believer and the common good. Also, Pope Francis announced last week a new head for the Dicastery for the Doctrine of Faith. Edward Pentin offers reporting and analysis on Archbishop Victor Manuel Fernández.
‘More than just a win for Lorie Smith, this is a sweeping free speech victory for every American…’
Colorado-based website designer Lorie Smith, who runs her own studio called 303 Creative LLC, filed the lawsuit over a Colorado anti-discrimination law.