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Nicholas P. Miller discusses the ongoing saga of Holby Lobby versus "Obamacare."
Increased “burden” on employers brings balance to the accommodation regime.
It’s not easy being British these days. Only a few years after narrowly avoiding compulsory ID cards, British citizens had a...
It’s a matter of presuppositions, really. For a theist, right makes might, which explains how America became great. But for an...
People with strong convictions of any kind often function best when believing themselves under siege. So long as it is believed...
Prince Saud Al Faisal can be an imposing figure. The Saudi foreign minister is a large man with decades of experience dealing...
This year for our 2014 Religious Liberty Campaign we are sharing the experience of Dr. John Sproad. John and his wife Arlene have lived lives of service even beyond their professional success in the medical field.
The U.S. Constitution is quite explicit in its intention to prohibit the establishment of religion in the United States.
Is this exertion of executive power merely typical of contemporary civil rights & due process, or is it, as Senator Paul suggests, "an affront to the Constitutional due process rights of all Americans."
In 1954 Congress passed the Johnson Amendment (prepared by Lyndon Johnson) which said that non-profits (including churches) could not speak in favor of political candidates. Is this constitutional?
Hosted by Liberty editor Lincoln Steed, each half hour episode of "Liberty Insider" examines a contemporary news item, proposed piece of legislation, or international event and its religious liberty implications.
The Middle East has long been a cauldron of hate and war. Even in Bible times, it teamed with marching armies and clashing swords. Today, the weapons my be different, but the result is the same—death and suffering. Into this swirling mess steps…the Pope? Good idea? Bad idea? Lincoln Steed, editor of Liberty magazine, provides some surprising insights.