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Houston strikes sermons from subpoena

By Andrew Branch
Posted

Religious Liberty | But other demands remain in place, making the revision meaningless, pastors’ lawyers say

Texas AG: Sermon subpoena is unconstitutional

By Andrew Branch
Posted

Religious Liberty | State officials join evangelical leaders to call on Houston mayor to withdraw subpoena demanding pastors’ sermons and emails

Kentucky commission orders Christian printer to make pro-gay T-shirts

Kentucky commission orders Christian printer to make pro-gay T-shirts

By Sarah Padbury
Posted

Religious Liberty | The head of a Kentucky human rights commission ruled last week that a Christian printer’s refusal to print gay pride T-shirts “constitutes unlawful…

Black pro-lifers fight NAACP’s free speech attack

By Courtney Crandell
Posted

Free Speech | The Radiance Foundation, a pro-life group, is appealing an attempt by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) to silence…

City demands pastors’ sermons in LGBT lawsuit

By Andrew Branch
Posted

Free Speech | Houston attorneys want pastoral messages and private correspondence as they fight attempt to get anti-bias ordinance on the ballot

The D-word is coming to a campus near you

By Josh Good
Posted

Religious Liberty | Colleges continue to kick Christian clubs off campus for ‘discrimination’ in leadership

Monuments to God and gods

By La Shawn Barber
Posted

Religion | In 2009, an Oklahoma lawmaker proposed a Ten Commandments monument to be displayed on the state’s Capitol grounds in Oklahoma City and paid for it himself.

Money and politics

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Politics | For more than a year, Majority Leader Harry Reid had taken to the Senate floor numerous times to blast the Koch brothers, billionaire industrialists and…

Foreign reporters manhandled, threatened in China

By June Cheng
Posted

China | Rejected visas, travel restrictions, and threats against local sources have made reporting in China a difficult task for the hundreds of foreign…

Atheist group court victory could prove good for churches

By Sarah Padbury
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Religious Liberty | An atheist group reached a settlement earlier this month with the Internal Revenue Service over stronger enforcement of policies against “church…

Massachusetts scrambles to reset abortion center ‘buffer zones’

By Blake Adams
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Abortion | After the U.S. Supreme Court’s 9-0 McCullen v. Coakley ruling struck down Massachusetts’s abortion center “buffer zone” law in June, the state…

The Supreme Court is not as unified as it looks

By Mary Reichard
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Supreme Court | Out of 69 decisions the U.S. Supreme Court issued in its latest term, 44 were unanimous. But there’s more to those decisions than meets the eye, and…

 
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