On March 21, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit will hear oral arguments in a case filed by Ms. Mary Anne Sause. Police ordered Sause, a Catholic former nurse, to stop praying in her own home. In defending the police officers’ actions, the government argued that the
Portsmouth, NH – The New Hampshire Air National Guard announced they will continue their tradition of including prayer during military ceremonies, despite receiving a letter from a special interest group demanding that they stop. First Liberty Institute attorneys and the Chaplain Alliance praised the move. “We’re very pleased to see the New Hampshire Air
Dallas, Texas – Today, as the Senate begins confirmation hearings on Judge Gorsuch’s nomination to the Supreme Court, First Liberty Institute launches TrumpNominee.com analyzing Judge Gorsuch’s record on religious freedom. “After careful analysis of Judge Gorsuch’s opinions, I’m pleased to see that he has a strong and clear record of
Interactive Map of Federal Court Judicial Vacancies by State Each circuit is shown in it’s own color group. Hover over your state to see photos of your Senators, along with Circuit Court and District Court vacancies. Click on the name of your Senator below and tell them to confirm Judge Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.
Commentary by Christopher Corbett To glimpse the ongoing theft of your religious liberty, observe these recent developments: A respected Harvard Law professor declares that the culture war against traditional religious Americans is over, and the defeated traditionalists should be shown no mercy. He cites the Allies’ treatment of the Nazis
On Tuesday, First Liberty Institute sent a letter to the commander of New Hampshire’s Pease Air National Guard Base, advising him that federal law, military regulations, and the Constitution all allow prayer and Bible readings by chaplains at military events. First Liberty’s letter—signed by Senior Counsel Mike Berry, Director of