How Can Public School Students Exercise Their Religious Liberty Rights?

Sept 28, 2017   How can students in public schools exercise their constitutional religious liberty rights? In part three of our “Back to School” Facebook Live series, FRC policy experts Sarah Perry and Travis Weber discuss this important question. Here is a summary of some key points from this discussion: The First Amendment to the Constitution is … More How Can Public School Students Exercise Their Religious Liberty Rights?

Trump’s Call for Firing NFL Players Is Not a Violation of Their Rights

Sept 25, 2017 by  Steve Byas President Donald Trump’s comments about the protests during the playing of the National Anthem at National Football League (NFL) games at a political rally in Alabama on Friday predictably touched off a wave of comments over the weekend. Speaking at a campaign event for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Luther Strange … More Trump’s Call for Firing NFL Players Is Not a Violation of Their Rights

‘We the People’ Against Tyranny: Seven Principles for Free Government

  Nov 7, 2016 By John W. Whitehead “As I look at America today, I am not afraid to say that I am afraid.”—Former presidential advisor Bertram Gross As history teaches us, if the people have little or no knowledge of the basics of government and their rights, those who wield governmental power inevitably wield … More ‘We the People’ Against Tyranny: Seven Principles for Free Government

Religious Liberty Is Code for Bigotry, Claims Obama Appointee

Sept 22, 2016  by  Alex Newman     The terms “religious freedom” and “religious liberty” are actually just code words for racism, intolerance, sexism, discrimination, and more, according to a radical left-wing activist Obama appointee serving as chairman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (USCCR). In a report released this month on balancing religious … More Religious Liberty Is Code for Bigotry, Claims Obama Appointee

VIDEO Constitution Day

Sept 19, 2016 by   Rebecca Terrell   September 17, 2016 marks the 229th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution of the United States. The Constitution forged a government unique in a world of tyrants and oppressive regimes. Because of it our country has enjoyed more than two centuries of freedom, and we have the bravery … More VIDEO Constitution Day

Michigan’s Systematic Inquisition of Parents Over Religious Objection to Vaccines Leads to Federal Lawsuit

July 7, 2016 The Thomas More Law Center (“TMLC”), a national nonprofit public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, MI, filed a federal lawsuit today against State and County officials and employees seeking to stop a State-sponsored religious inquisition of parents who have religious objections to State vaccination requirements. TMLC brought the law suit … More Michigan’s Systematic Inquisition of Parents Over Religious Objection to Vaccines Leads to Federal Lawsuit

Supreme Court Rejects Religious Liberty in Washington Pharmacy Case

July 1, 2016 by Steve Byas   A  recent Supreme Court action is perhaps the clearest example yet that a majority of the justices have no respect for the concept of religious liberty. The First Amendment to the Constitution specifically bans laws that restrict “religious exercise,” yet the Court refused this week, by a vote … More Supreme Court Rejects Religious Liberty in Washington Pharmacy Case