On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate Confirmed former First Liberty Deputy General Counsel Matthew Kacsmaryk, who was nominated by President Trump in 2017 based upon his distinguished track record.
Shocking: Constitutional Law Often Doesn’t Focus on the Actual Constitution, Which Means America Needs More Originalist Judges
Too often, courts rely on case law, not the text and original meaning of the Constitution itself. But with a wave of judicial nominees likely to rule based on the principles of originalism, the tide could be starting to turn.
By signing a bill to “save Chick-fil-A” from being banned over its charitable donations, Gov. Greg Abbott made it clear that Texas won’t tolerate religious discrimination.
The U.S. Supreme Court will close its term in just two weeks. Here’s a recap of why this might be the biggest term of the last 30 years for religious freedom in America.
With Justices Gorsuch and Kavanaugh on the Bench, is the U.S. Supreme Court Inclined to Overturn More Precedents?
The Supreme Court recently reversed a 40-year old precedent. Is this an indication that the Court could overturn other long-standing precedents? If so, it could mean good things for the future of religious liberty.
Amicus briefs are extremely influential when it comes to protecting religious freedom at the Supreme Court. Here are three examples of how our amicus briefs have influenced some of the most important religious freedom decisions in the last decade.