First Amendment

Why Is a Texas School Being Bullied by the Freedom From Religion Foundation?
This is not free thinking. This is hostile to religion and to an individual’s freedom of religious choice, as outlined explicitly in the U.S. Constitution and its amendments.
Why My Religious Rights Are Being Threatened in Los Angeles County Superior Court
This is an odious attack on ALL religions, and our right to choose our religion for ourselves.
Why “Sticks and Stones” Should Be the New College Creed
“I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it” has fallen on hard times in American campuses of late, abandoned amid partisan firefights and outright violence sparked by self-righteous outrage at “offensive” points of view.
Why You Should Be Worried About the Separation of Church and State
A “freedom of religion” based on intolerance toward all but one or two religions is not acceptable in a free and tolerant society.
Woke Beyond Repair: Where Cancel Culture Falls Short
We’re living in strange times. As a virus sweeps through the world, people’s stress level has reached a boiling point, and many are fed up with the status quo. People of color and their allies are fed up with racism and police brutality.
MEDIA WATCH piece on Scientology is bigoted, hateful and false
In today’s world of media-incited religious hatred, no one faith should be used as a prop to attack another. The only product of your posting is to spread bigotry against Scientology. And if the press popularizes bigotry against one faith, whose faith is next?
7 Up—Freedom of Religion is Still Part of the First Amendment—Please Protect It
I implore you to not support religious intolerance with your advertising dollars. Not only is the show dropping in viewership, but I imagine there are more fireworks ahead if Remini expands her horizons and attacks other religions as well.
National Religious Freedom Day—What It Means
Today, National Religious Freedom Day, commemorates the January 16, 1786 adoption of Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom. The document’s title reads simply: “An act for establishing religious freedom.”
Supreme Court Now Considering Religious Liberty Cases by Phone
For the first time in its history, the U.S. Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments by teleconference on certain cases, including a number on religious liberty.
First Amendment