Balancing practical considerations and religious observances.
A rather odd non-ruling during the non-session from America’s highest court.
A federal appeals court has ruled that DC and Maryland officials have no right to bring the suit.
The Supreme Court ruled that a World War One memorial that had been on public grounds for 70 years can stay where it is.
Starting tomorrow, we should be getting some headline-grabbing opinions from the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court appears to be leaning toward letting a war memorial on public property stay in place.
The Supreme Court is set to hear oral argument in a case involving a World War I Memorial in the form of a cross on public land in Suburban Maryland.
A death penalty case from Alabama raises First Amendment issues that the Supreme Court chose to brush aside.
There’s a new church/state separation case on the Supreme Court’s docket.
In a ruling that largely relies on the authority granted by Congress to the President to regulate immigration on national security grounds, the Supreme Court has upheld the final version of the Administration’s travel ban.
In a 5-4 party-line vote, the High Court declared that the Constitution and Federal Law give the President broad authority over immigration.
A Federal Judge in New York has ruled that President Trump cannot block users from reading his tweets.
The incident involving Paul Ryan and the House Chaplain has raised some questions.
After hastily removing the House Chaplain under unclear circumstances, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan has reversed himself.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument in the challenge to President Trump’s Muslim Travel Ban. It didn’t appear to go well for the challengers.
Another day, another Court ruling against the Trump Administration.
The Supreme Court agreed to hear the Government’s appeal of the Trump Administration’s revised Muslim Travel Ban
The Supreme Court ruled today that states may not exclude church-run schools from an aid program with a wholly secular purpose.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument yesterday in a case dealing with whether Missouri can deny a religious school from participating in a program to make school playgrounds safer.
By the end of last night’s oral argument, at least two of the three judges hearing the appeal of the stay on the President’s Muslim travel ban appeared to be skeptical of the Federal Government’s arguments.
Mississippi tried to provide special protection to opponents of same-sex marriage and transgender rights. A Federal District Court Judge, properly, finds the law to be unconstitutional.
John Kasich wants the United States Government to create an agency to spread ‘so-called ‘Judeo-Christian values.’
A Clerk in Kentucky appears to be headed for a showdown with a Federal District Court Judge that she is destined to lose.
A collision between marriage equality and religious liberty, but it seems clear that religious liberty should win this one.
A case out of Louisiana raises serious First Amendment issues.
Is the Religious Freedom Restoration Act itself an unconstitutional Establishment of Religion barred by the First Amendment? There’s a compelling argument that it is.
The Supreme Court declined to review a lower court ruling that public school graduations in churches are unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court has again ruled that prayers that open legislative sessions are not unconstitutional.
Someone needs to give the Mayor of Warren, Michigan a lesson on what the First Amendment means.
Politics aside, the challenges to the PPACA’s birth control mandate raise important legal issues.
For some reason, Paul Ryan decided to talk about school prayer this weekend.
A far-reaching decision from the Supreme Court protecting religious liberty.
In a desperate bid to save a floundering campaign, Rick Perry is willing to sacrifice important freedoms.
Like Jon Huntsman, Rick Perry has something to say about evolution today and he handled it very differently.
A county in the far southwest corner of Virginia is the latest battle ground in the ongoing battle over the separation of church and state.
Arizona looks to be the latest state to try to revive the discredited doctrine of nullification.
An incident at a school in England provides us with an object lesson in why the often derided concept of separation of church and state is an important part of protecting individual liberty.
Not surprisingly, American’s partisan views on the Supreme Court are pretty much wrong.