So long as it sticks to the basics, the state can impose its demands.
Gay rights, discrimination, and the church autonomy doctrine.
The dangers of “an unreasonably crabbed view of what it means to be a religious believer.”
Jews’ First Amendment rights are not at stake.
The Court may overturn longstanding “precedents that promote government hostility toward religion.”
The Supreme Court has already ruled on the subject.
The left wants freedom from religion; the old right wants freedom for religion; and the new right just wants religion.
Freedom for or freedom from?
And it must recognize the role of communities as well as individuals.
A handbook for nurturing the civic virtues necessary for self-government.
The constitutional problem of closing houses of worship due to COVID-19.
“Freeing religious exercise from political control will allow religion to flourish—not simply be tolerated.”
The Knights of Columbus shouldn’t be treated like Islamic State.
An important aside in the Masterpiece Cakeshop decision.