Have you ever wondered, what makes freedom possible? For over two centuries, the First Amendment has played a key role in ensuring that liberty endures in America. In the last few years, however, the rights and freedoms protected by the Constitution have come under severe attack from hostile groups that
Are secularists trying to revise American history? It seems that way based on their relentless assault on legislative invocations – a centuries-old tradition that dates back to before the founding of our great country. Recently, radicals filed multiple lawsuits to target public officials who open government meetings with an invocation.
The story is all too familiar by now: A same-sex couple asks a religious baker to custom create a wedding cake. The baker politely apologizes, but the resulting lawsuit shuts down the bakery. But this time, the story has a different ending—for now. Cathy Miller runs a bakery in Bakersfield,
America is not a “post-religious-freedom” society. Not yet, anyway. The last time we checked the Constitution, the First Amendment was still in effect, which means the country has not “moved on” past religious freedom. Despite what the opposition may want to portray, America is still characterized – infused, really –
By Kelly Shackelford – As Published in National Review Online During his first State of the Union address, President Trump noted that his administration has “taken historic actions to protect religious liberty.” Measured against eight years of a previous president intent on reducing religious liberty to little more than “freedom
Since joining First Liberty in 2013, Mike Berry, Deputy General Counsel and Director for Military Affairs, has participated in some of the nation’s most high-profile religious liberty cases. Currently, Berry and the First Liberty legal team are litigating some of our nation’s most crucial military cases, several of which may