For nearly 40 years, Washington and much of the American public have held up disclosure and campaign finance laws as ideals, and the path to cleaner and freer elections. FRC.org – Upcoming Events
By authorizing doctors to violate the Hippocratic Oath of “do no harm,” physician-assisted suicide undermines a key safeguard that protects our nation’s most vulnerable citizens and ensures our loved ones receive the best medical care when they need it most. FRC.org – Upcoming Events
Many committed conservatives tend to believe that being right, in the sense of being correct, is sufficient to win. But, political history proves otherwise. FRC.org – Upcoming Events
Religious liberty has always been controversial. Even in America, with its history of religious dissent and with the Constitution’s affirmative protection of the right to the “free exercise” of one’s faith, the very idea of positive religious liberty is objectionable to a great many persons. Religious liberty is on the defensive today, now perhaps as… Read More Four Objections to Religious Liberty… and some Possible Answers!
In a free country such as ours, it’s easy to forget that slavery still exists: human beings are being trafficked and sold for sex against their will. Human trafficking is a horrifying scourge that continues to haunt America, particularly through the proliferation of illegal online transactions between traffickers and buyers. FRC.org – Upcoming Events
What has happened to the American spirit? We’ve gone from “Give me liberty, or give me death!” to “Take care of me, please.” Our colleges were once bastions of free speech; now they’re bastions of speech codes. Our culture once rewarded independence; now it rewards victimhood. Parents once taught their kids how to fend for… Read More Not a Day Care: The Devastating Consequences of Abandoning Truth
What’s the Only Thing More Dangerous Than Fake News? Fake Science. FRC.org – Upcoming Events
In The Public Discourse, David Azerrad, director of the Heritage Foundation’s B. Kenneth Simon Center for Concepts and Politics, has written the best analysis of the fundamental philosophy of Justice Kennedy’s viewpoint I have yet study. It is penetrating, eloquent, and powerful. The complete textual content follows.
In an Impression and Order introduced yesterday — and a model rationalization of what the 1st Modification is made to shield — a Kentucky point out court docket choose defined why a modest organization operator could not be compelled to print a message to which he objected on t-shirts asked for by a consumer.