Supreme Court

A consistent vote for letting state funds go to religious schools.

Kelsey Dallas
Dec. 7 2023 12:01AM

Separation, pluralism, and coercion.

Tal Fortgang
Oct. 27 2023 12:01AM

It will be easier not to work on the Sabbath, among much else.

July 14 2023 12:01AM

Against compelled speech and in favor of Sabbath observance.

July 6 2023 12:01AM

Currently, the Post Office can fire an employee who won’t deliver mail on the Sabbath.

Jan. 27 2023 12:01AM

If only opponents of expanded school choice would devote to improving public education half the ingenuity they invest in impeding competition.

George Will
Jan. 10 2023 12:01AM

The case of 303 Creative may be less than meets the eye—but it could still have a real impact.

Dec. 9 2022 12:01AM

The story of the nation’s third Jewish Supreme Court justice.

Andrew Porwancher and Taylor Jipp
Dec. 1 2022 12:01AM

Current policies for ensuring diversity look a lot like those used to keep Jews out.

New York Sun
Nov. 3 2022 12:01AM

The nation is fighting about religion more than ever. The reason why has as much to do with a change in the nature of the government as it does with a change in the culture.

Oct. 3 2022 12:01AM

Will the Orthodox college recognize a gay and lesbian campus group?

Tal Fortgang
Sept. 23 2022 12:01AM

Gay rights, discrimination, and the church autonomy doctrine.

Sept. 9 2022 12:01AM

A New York court tramples on YU’s First Amendment autonomy as a religious institution.

Ed Whelan
Aug. 30 2022 12:01AM

Misplaced concern over two Supreme Court rulings.

Jonathan Tobin
Aug. 29 2022 12:01AM