U.S. Constitution

A right rooted in a basic human good.

May 1 2024 12:01AM

Striking the words “sectarian” and “nonsectarian” from its laws.

Tim Rosenberger and Nicole Stelle Garnett
March 18 2024 12:01AM

Kamala Harris’s poor choice of words.

Timothy Carney
Jan. 30 2024 12:01AM

Not devil-worshippers, but still evil.

Timothy Carney
Jan. 15 2024 12:01AM

Opposing religious freedom in Oklahoma.

Nicole Stelle Garnett
Nov. 1 2023 12:01AM

From ḥasidic schools to the LGBT students at Yeshiva University.

June 22 2023 12:01AM

Encouraging moderation and consensus-building.

Samuel Estreicher and Tal Fortgang
June 19 2023 12:01AM

Are America’s devout condemned to becoming a beleaguered minority?

Patrick Deneen, Meir Soloveichik and Jonathan Silver
April 26 2023 12:01AM

So long as it sticks to the basics, the state can impose its demands.

Sept. 28 2022 12:01AM

Gay rights, discrimination, and the church autonomy doctrine.

Sept. 9 2022 12:01AM

The dangers of “an unreasonably crabbed view of what it means to be a religious believer.”

Dan McLaughlin
Sept. 2 2022 12:01AM

Jews’ First Amendment rights are not at stake.

Howard Slugh and Tal Fortgang
June 23 2022 12:01AM

The Court may overturn longstanding “precedents that promote government hostility toward religion.”

Vincent Phillip Muñoz
June 1 2022 12:01AM

The Supreme Court has already ruled on the subject.

Mitchell Rocklin and Howard Slugh
Dec. 29 2021 12:01AM