August 25 2016
You accommodate me. I accommodate you. Seems simple enough. But these day, we're hearing voices saying: "You must accommodate me even if, in so doing, you have to bend or even suspend you religious views. Oh, and my demands aren't religious. They're secular." Michael Peabody, a Los Angeles-based attorney who specializes in workplace accommodation and discrimination cases, provides details.
August 17 2016
Christian church pulpits are supposed to be sounding boards for personal peace, divine promises, and spiritual prosperity. But many flocks of church-goers may start to hear politics preached from the pulpit. Are these churches just getting in tune with the times or are they overstepping the boundaries of their God-ordained ministry? Michael Peabody, a workplace litigator and endless advocate of religious liberty, weighs in.
August 11 2016
Children's playgrounds are usually places where you hear happy laughter and the squeak of swaying swings. But one church is using their playground to make a point--and make a demand that's reaching clear up to the Supreme Court. Michael Peabody, a Los Angeles-based attorney, provides details.
August 04 2016
California: land of sunshine, shimmering beaches, and more government bills that you can shake a gavel at. One recent bill, called SB1146, is causing quite a stir. Michael Peabody, a workplace accommodation and discrimination attorney and tireless supporter of church/state separation, explains.
July 07 2016
There was a time when many nations looked at Russia with both fear and loathing. Today, that nation has some serious problems of its own. Lincoln Steed, editor of Liberty magazine, talks about a new law that Russia is implementing to help protect itself.
June 23 2016
People have been on the move ever since Adam and Eve vacated the Garden of Eden. God’s command to “fill the whole earth” has certainly been obeyed. But such movements can sometimes cause more harm than good. Lincoln Steed, editor of Liberty magazine, shares insights to this ageless phenomenon.