Free Americans should not be compelled by the government to express something that conflicts with their beliefs. That may sound obvious, but it’s an issue the Supreme Court must consider in National Institute of Life Advocates v. Becerra.
PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. – A Port Charlotte woman says her condo HOA is banning her bible study group and any religious activity from the common spaces in the building. A federal complaint has been filed with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Donna Dunbar lives at Cambridge House
Philadelphia, PA—First Liberty Institute and attorney Cory Liu today filed a friend-of-the-court brief at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in the case of Freedom From Religion Foundation v. County of Lehigh. Recently, a federal district court reluctantly declared the seal and flag of Lehigh County unconstitutional
Donna Dunbar said she’s held Bible studies in her Port Charlotte, Florida, condominium complex every Monday for almost a year, WFTX-TV reported. But Dunbar told the station that since the unit she lives in — 919 square feet of space — isn’t large enough for the nine-person group, she’s used the
No surprise, animal rights activists are at it again, unleashing their timely and familiar attacks across America. From coast to coast, these radical groups are trying to stop Orthodox Jewish communities from performing a 1,000-year-old, traditional ritual – called Kaporos – from being held during the holiest of days on
In Port Charlotte, Florida, a nasty sign says it all: “ANY AND ALL CHRISTIAN MUSIC IS BANNED.” And that’s just the start; the story gets even more off-key from here. Last week, First Liberty stepped in to help Donna Dunbar, a lay minister and recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service