U.S. Constitution

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

The left wants freedom from religion; the old right wants freedom for religion; and the new right just wants religion.

Tal Fortgang
Oct. 7 2021 12:01AM

Freedom for or freedom from?

Adam White
Dec. 21 2020 12:01AM

And it must recognize the role of communities as well as individuals.

John Inazu
Nov. 11 2020 12:01AM

A handbook for nurturing the civic virtues necessary for self-government.

Daniel Dreisbach
Sept. 29 2020 12:01AM

The constitutional problem of closing houses of worship due to COVID-19.

May 6 2020 12:01AM

“Freeing religious exercise from political control will allow religion to flourish—not simply be tolerated.”

William Haun
April 30 2020 12:01AM

The Knights of Columbus shouldn’t be treated like Islamic State.

Jonathan Tobin
Jan. 8 2019 12:01AM

An important aside in the Masterpiece Cakeshop decision.

June 13 2018 12:01AM