You may not be aware, but your local Starbucks is the new front in the ‘War On Christmas.’
The Supreme Court is diving back into the debate over the PPACA’s birth control coverage mandate.
As Ben Carson rises in the polls, it’s worth noting his many examples of having what can only be called a very odd relationship with truth and the basic facts of history.
WaPo’s Robert Costa reveals an emotional reaction by the Speaker to the papal visit to Congress.
Rowan County, Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis says she won’t interfere in the issuance of marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
California’s legislature has approved a bill that would legalize physician assisted suicide in the nation’s largest state.
A new poll shows that the vast majority of Americans oppose Kim Davis’s refusal to follow the law, even while some Republican candidates rally behind her.
Rowan County, Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis is being released from jail, but it may end up being a very short reprieve.
A trial court Judge in Oregon is the latest public official to refuse to do his job.
Most of the Republican candidates for President would rather support a lawbreaker than the Rule of Law. The American people should judge them accordingly.
Rowan County, Kentucky Clerk Kimberly Davis was found in contempt of court and jailed for her refusal to issue same-sex marriage licenses.
The Supreme Court has denied a Kentucky Clerk’s request to stay a ruling requiring her to comply with the law and issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
A long standing policy against gay Scout Leaders has been repealed.
A County Clerk in Kentucky is being sued because she thinks she can refuse to do her job and still keep that job.
Pope Francis’s new encyclical isn’t exactly being received positively by American conservatives, because they seem to be missing the point.
A new Michigan law allows religious-affiliated adoption agencies to turn away parents for religious reasons, and it seems fairly obvious what the target is in this case.
The head of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has resigned in the wake of criminal charges for covering up sexual abuse of children.
A new North Carolina law allows government employees to decline to perform their jobs by claiming it violates their “religious liberty.”
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has been charged criminally for its role in covering up sexual abuse of children by Priests.
A new poll shows that Americans have moved to the left on a wide variety of social issues.
The agency that runs Washington D.C.’s mass transit has banned all political ads after Pamela Gellar attempted to run an advertisement featuring a drawing of Mohammed.
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Muslim woman who was refused a job because of her hijab.
Marco Rubio seems to be in lockstep with the extreme social conservatives when it comes to same-sex marriage.
A woman discharged from the Marine Corps for violating multiple direct orders is fighting to the highest military court.
A new survey shows that Americans are becoming less Christian, and less religious overall.
Unlike most world leaders, Pope Francis is wiling to call a genocide a genocide.
A new poll suggests that the American public does not support laws that give religious exemptions to businesses that want to discriminate based on sexual orientation.
A bill pending in Louisiana seems likely to become the next national focus in the debate between marriage equality and claims of ‘religious freedom.’
Indiana’s RFRA will be amended to address most of the concerns of its opponents. That counts as a victory.
Pope Francis says he expects to serve only a short period and plans to follow his predecessor’s example of retiring rather than waiting to die in office.
The Atlantic has a fascinating cover story by Graeme Wood titled “What ISIS Really Wants.”
Yet another attack on religious freedom in Europe.
Pope Francis continues his world tour and has issued a paradox from his private jet.
Pope Francis has earned a reputation as a liberal in comparison to recent predecessors but he’s no liberal.
Their editor and nine colleagues dead, their offices destroyed, the newspaper is not missing a beat.
The men responsible for the Charlie Hebdo massacre are dead, but the problems for France, and the rest of Europe, may just be at the beginning.
Bill Donohue rightly condemns insulting Muslims—but goes way too far.
At least 11 are dead and 10 wounded in an attack on free expression.
Vatican politics is older than American politics, and can be just as entertaining.
Pope Francis restates something the Catholic Church has taught for a long time and, again, the American media thinks its something new and revolutionary.
The City of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho will not force two Christian ministers to open their wedding chapel business to same-sex wedding ceremonies.
A collision between marriage equality and religious liberty, but it seems clear that religious liberty should win this one.