This year, instead of celebrating Christmas in July, the Knights of Columbus take to the courts to fight for their constitutional rights. First Liberty recently filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of the Knights of Columbus against the City of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, after city officials outrageously decided to ban a Nativity scene and all religious holiday displays.
FLI’s First Ladies, Keisha Russell & Holly Randall, Rank #1 for Article Published in Federalist Society
Congratulations to Keisha and Holly, who recently wrote an article for the Federalist Society online publication that was the number one read article for Federalist Society in June. In their article, they discuss the critical legal battles related to religious liberty and nondiscrimination laws happening at the Supreme Court, and how the outcome of these cases will impact the future of our First Freedom.
On June 30th, the U.S. the Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision that religious schools in Montana can participate equally in the state funded scholarship program designed to give school choice to low-income students. Get a FREE copy of an exclusive resource from First Liberty’s team of legal experts, who break down in more detail what this decision means for you, your family and for the future of religious freedom in America.
Recently, some of the most appalling examples of discrimination and hateful vitriol against houses of worship has occurred in New York, arguably the state hardest hit by the viral outbreak. But bigotry by government officials in the Empire State runs deep—and it’s existed for a very long time.
Air Force Major Daniel Schultz, faces the specter of being court-martialed for going to church. Learn how we are fighting to stop this U.S. Navy order.
In the face of hostile opposition, Shields of Strength is reaching out to police officers, letting their families know that we thankful for their sacrifice.