A distinguished historian of the American founding sees religion as a matter of individual belief rather than communal obligation.
To the believer, the free exercise of religion is a pervasive thing—an identity, not just an idea.
Law professors are among the least religious of university faculty.
A U.S. court recognizes the truth.
Protecting the victim and the poor.
Why Jews should side with the nuns.
Contra Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the RFRA protects minorities.
The Blaine Amendment strikes again.
Activists now want to delegitimize religious freedom.
Minority rights and the Bladensburg cross.
Eagle feathers, government regulators, and the fate of religious minorities.
Ending state civil-rights commissions would be a good start.
Wrongheaded invocations of the First Amendment in defense of BDS.
There’s reason to hope it will overturn its 1970s jurisprudence.