The law as written is unenforceable.
For toleration, but against legal protections.
The Supreme Court has already laid the groundwork.
But did they believe in religious exemptions?
States may no longer prevent students in religious schools from receiving government tuition vouchers.
The move may result in serious legal consequences for the publicly funded law school.
A Long Island restaurant’s lawsuit and the “religious-question doctrine.”
Concurring opinions by three justices reflect the many questions that remain.
A possible misreading of precedent, and an assault on common sense.
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.
Worship cannot shelter in place indefinitely.
Don’t let BDS wrap itself in the American flag.
A new line of pro-choice argumentation makes little sense.