Thanks in part to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 presidential election will be one unlike any other. However, one issue that proved to be a deciding factor for many voters in 2016 will remain as important, if not more, during this cycle: judicial appointments.
When U.S. District Judge Gregory Tatenhove placed a temporary restraining order on Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s unconstitutional attempt to halt in-person worship during the COVID-19 pandemic, he did so with the following moving language: “The Constitution will endure.
California’s differential treatment of schools and childcare centers in response to COVID-19 is nonsensical and unscientific. Americans have placed their trust in state and local health officials. Acts of bureaucratic overreach undermine that trust.
Politicians have long been enamored by their own wisdom—and power. Love of self-governance, individual freedom and other principles that have made America exceptional has recently laid bare the fecklessness of “because I said so” governance.
The cancel culture has come for the United States Marine Corps. How they respond may reveal whether service members of faith have a future in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Just over a year ago, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down a major victory for religious liberty in The American Legion v. American Humanist Association. In the landmark 7-2 decision, the Court jettisoned the infamous Lemon test and found that established monuments, symbols, and practices that use religious symbols or references are presumed lawful.