Why Hobby Lobby Decision Matters for All American


The following article was originally POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 27, 2012.  I Re-post it now because a decision from the Supreme Court is imminent: There are two major stories whose trajectories are coalescing toward a permanent loss of religious liberty in the United States. The first story is the on-going saga known affectionately as Obamacare. The second... Continue Reading →

Who Is Paul Schneider and Why Should We Care?


I have been reading recently about the upcoming challenges to Obamacare in the Supreme Court.  Liberty University has re-filed a case at the direction of the Supreme Court on the basis of Christian liberty. What exactly can the government compel a religious organization to do? That is the question before the court. Church-state relations typically... Continue Reading →

Fairness Is Not Justice: Three Simple Reasons to Reject Fairness


Once upon a time, our laws were based on justice: “With liberty and justice for all.”  Now, it seems there is a sense of “fairness” encroaching upon our liberty and overtaking justice for all.  Many folks equate one term with the other, thinking that fairness and justice are equally compelling concepts of liberty, but they... Continue Reading →

Court rejects D.C. same-sex marriage case – UPI.com


Court rejects D.C. same-sex marriage case - UPI.com. I am not yet sure what exactly this decision by the Supreme Court means.  I am trying to find information and do a little more research on it.  My first response was a disappointed shock, as in, "Why have John Roberts as Chief Justice if he is... Continue Reading →

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