These days, when big business isn’t obsessing over who gets to use what potty, it is busy attacking laws that protect religious freedom.
by Michael Schuttloffel Very little about what is to come between now and Election Day is clear, except this: When the dust settles, at least one of America’s great political parties will never be the…
People of faith are not going down without a fight
Some states have begun to experiment with educational choice.
Second, Obergefell confirmed, once and for all, that on an increasing number of issues, the United States is a democracy in name only.
Warning: This article contains graphic content. It has been suggested that the summer of 2015 may prove to be an “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” moment for Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry in general.…
SB 175 would ensure that religious student groups at public universities are allowed to require their members and leaders to share the group’s faith.
After 42 years of seemingly endless legislation, litigation and protest, the debate over abortion has become detached from the reality of abortion, like a word said over and over until it loses its meaning.
Much as Catholicism is not an hour-a-week occupation, neither is American citizenship a once-every-four-years activity.
by Michael Schuttloffel They say knowledge is power. How strange then that in an era of unprecedented access to political information — 24- hour news channels, iPhones with news apps, journalists live-tweeting committee hearings, politicians’…