Great news for religious liberty today! The Department of Justice released a 25-page memo for all executive departments and agencies outlining federal protections for religious liberty. In it, Attorney General Jeff Sessions made the following powerful statement: “The free exercise
When my younger son was in first grade, he came home and announced, very matter-of-factly, that “you can’t talk about God in school.” As you can imagine, he didn’t get that idea from me, and I quickly corrected him! Disturbingly,
My colleagues at Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) won a major victory for religious liberty at the Supreme Court yesterday. The Court ruled in Trinity Lutheran that the state cannot exclude churches and other faith-based organizations from a government program simply
As you may have heard, Gordon College is once again in the cross-hairs of LGBT activists. Sadly, the instigator is one of their own professors, social work faculty member Margaret DeWeese-Boyd. She claims she was denied promotion because she “vocally
Late this past Friday, we learned that the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day parade finally gave in to the demands of a group called “Out Vets” who have been agitating for years to insert their rainbow flags and anti-Catholic message into the parade.
As recent challenges to our religious liberty here in MA have shown, people of faith need protection from hostile government bureaucrats and activist judges. Therefore, I am grateful that President Trump has promised to protect our Constitutional freedom of religion. Now
Like many of you, I was eager to see if President Trump would make good on his pledge to nominate a conservative Supreme Court Justice to replace the late Antonin Scalia. I was therefore very happy to hear the president