Supreme Court

Recycling religiously?

Terry Eastland
Nov. 8 2016 12:01AM

Turning a right into a privilege.

Mitchell Rocklin and Howard Slugh
Aug. 31 2016 12:01AM

The Supreme Court and the Blaine Amendment.

Nathan Diament
May 10 2016 12:01AM

Is it a court’s job to decide when you need a minyan?

Mitchell Rocklin and Howard Slugh
March 11 2016 12:01AM

Remembering Antonin “Nino” Scalia.

Nathan Lewin
Feb. 16 2016 12:01AM

Challenging the ministerial exception.

David Bernstein
Dec. 1 2015 12:01AM

It will if clergy who refuse to conduct same-sex marriages are punished.

Aug. 5 2015 12:01AM

The status of west Jerusalem, after all, isn’t disputed by anyone.

Avi Bell
June 30 2015 12:01AM

“Administrative absolutism” has its eyes set on religious liberty.

Adam J. White
June 5 2015 12:01AM

Last week, the Supreme Court heard the case of Ari Zivotofsky, a boy born in Jerusalem whose parents want his country of birth to be. . .

Yishai Schwartz
Nov. 4 2014 12:01AM

In upholding the right of a town board to begin meetings with a prayer, the Supreme Court has reinforced the real meaning of church-state separation.  

Jonathan S. Tobin
May 8 2014 12:01AM

It is not “exclusionary” to give the Ten Commandments a privileged position in American national life, whose institutions they have done so much to form.

March 24 2014 12:01AM

Town of Greece v. Galloway, a case currently before the U.S. Supreme Court, highlights the extent to which the law defines religious terminology and shapes. . .

Winnifred Fallers Sullivan
Nov. 7 2013 12:00AM