Dear Friend of Religious Liberty, This week you and I—along with millions of Americans—will give thanks. And we will remember all those who sacrificed that we might have freedom of religion. Who are these courageous Americans? Some of them you will only read about in history books. The Pilgrims. The
When high-school sophomore Liz Loverde submitted her proposal to start a “Dare to Believe” Christian club at Wantagh High School in Long Island, New York, her principal told her no! But Liz was persistent, and explained to her principal that she had a right to start the club—thanks to The
On behalf of 16-year-old Liz Loverde, Liberty Institute is fighting back against this carbon-copy religious discrimination Less than two months after high school student John Raney—and his Christian club, Students United in Faith—was unlawfully discriminated against at Ward Melville High School in East Setauket, New York, a gross violation of
But Liberty Institute won’t let hostility toward religious freedoms in our nation’s schools stand! Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is at it again! This time, FFRF is attacking Mt. Vernon Independent School District (ISD) in Mt. Vernon, Texas, over allegations of “overtly promoting religion.” But what exactly were these “promotions”?
Pastor Charles R. Swindoll’s international Bible-teaching ministry provided an injunction while case makes its way through the federal court system This week, a U.S Magistrate Judge in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas granted a preliminary injunction to Insight for Living Ministries, the Bible-teaching
Our attorneys address a Des Moines Register columnist’s troubling op-ed . . . In response to a recent op-ed written by Des Moines Register newspaper columnist Rekha Basu, Liberty Institute Senior Counsel Jeremy Dys and volunteer attorney Matthew Whitaker—a former United States Attorney in Iowa and partner of Whitaker, Hagenow,