Supreme Court

Legal Experts Warn: SCOTUS Ruling Redefining Sex Opens ‘Pandora’s Box’

Religious groups and society as a whole, they advise, will be damaged by Monday’s unexpected ruling that Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act applies to sexual orientation and gender identity. Lauretta Brown, June 19, 2020 WASHINGTON — Religious freedom advocates and legal experts are... read more

The Supreme Court Is Poised to Deliver a Victory to School Choice Advocates

By Mark Movsesian, Public Discourse, February 4, 2020, The US Supreme Court seems likely to rule in a way school-choice advocates will welcome. The Court will likely overrule the Montana court and hold a ban on scholarships for students at religiously affiliated schools unconstitutional—an... read more

Over 200 Members of Congress Urge Supreme Court to Reconsider Roe v. Wade

The Court, the lawmakers say, should “again take up the issue of whether Roe and Casey should be reconsidered and, if appropriate, overruled.” By Matt Hadro/CAN/January 3, 2020 WASHINGTON, D.C. — Ahead of a Supreme Court hearing, more than 200 members of Congress have signed on to... read more

Aborting a Presidency

BY KEVIN BURKE, JANUARY 7, 2020 Author and political scientist Darrell West is deeply concerned about the current climate in the United States. “Societal tensions have metastasized into a dangerous tribalism that seriously threatens U.S. democracy,” he warns. “Unless people can bridge... read more

Fundamental Transformation of a Nation, Culture: The Decade in Review

Fundamental Transformation of a Nation, Culture: The Decade in Review COMMENTARY: The 2010s, the Decade of the Dictatorship of Relativism By Paul Kengor, January 7, 2019 “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America,” declared a confident Barack... read more

Bill Clinton Admits He Chose Ruth Bader Ginsburg Due To Her Abortion Stance

By Paul Bois, DailyWire.com, November 4, 2019 Even though the President of the United States is supposed to appoint Supreme Court Justices based on their judicial philosophy and not their politics, President Bill Clinton admitted this past week that he chose Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg due to... read more

One Word Could Destroy Catholic Education

BY PATRICK J. REILLY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2019 In three amicus briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court filed last month, the bishops and Catholic educators—together with other major religious groups—urged the Court to uphold the meaning of “sex.” It’s one little word. But if the Court gets it... read more

Civil Rights Law Doesn’t Cover Transgender Workers, Trump Administration Tells Supreme Court

By Kevin Daley, Daily Caller, August 19,2019 The Department of Justice told the Supreme Court that federal civil rights law does not bar discrimination based on transgender status in a LGBT rights case the justices will hear in the autumn. The case arose when a transgender employee was... read more
“I could lose my business and life savings simply because I declined to celebrate and participate in a sacred event that violates my faith,” Barronelle Stutzman says. (Photo: Alliance Defending Freedom)

Christian Florist Will Appeal to the Supreme Court in Same-Sex Wedding Dispute

By Kevin Daley, Daily Signal, June 07, 2019 A florist who refused to create floral arrangements for a same-sex wedding will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court after a Washington state court ruled Thursday that she violated the state’s civil rights law. The case presents the high court with... read more

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s Deep Faith Revealed in New Book

CBN News, April 10, 2019 On Faith: Lessons From an American Believer is an inspiring collection of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's reflections on his own faith, on the challenges that religious believers face in modern America, and on the religious freedoms protected by the... read more

Mississippi governor signs bill banning abortion on babies with beating hearts

LifeSiteNews, March 21, 2019 Mississippi joined a growing list of states that ban abortion once a fetal heartbeat can be detected on Thursday, as Republican Gov. Phil Bryant signed the measure into law. Lawmakers in the state Senate approved the final language of the bill Tuesday, which... read more