A Campaign for Free Speech survey uncovers stunning findings about Americans’ views on the First Amendment. In this special feature, we break down three key findings from this recent survey—and at the end take our short survey and tell us what you think about free speech.
This month we observe the 26th anniversary of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) being signed into law. Get ready to put on your lawyer hat, take the quiz and learn how this milestone legislation has protected religious liberty for over two decades.
The U.S. Supreme Court and every federal appellate court have consistently ruled that displaying America’s national motto is perfectly constitutional. Yet, a group of activists insists on bullying a Florida Sheriff’s office to take the phrase down from its law enforcement vehicles.
At a Christian counselors’ conference, the Secretary of State shared how his own religious beliefs influence his leadership. But according to the Americans United for Separation of Church and State, serving in government means you can’t bring your faith with you.
Religious liberty can only advance as far as those who carry it. With our rights under increasing attack in our society, it’s vital to properly equip future leaders to defend them. Learn how First Liberty Institute is leading the charge to raise up a new generation of bold and passionate religious freedom advocates.
A recent poll reveals a frightening downward trend in support for the First Amendment. However, censorship isn’t the answer to speech we find hateful or wrong. The answer is to confront what is wrong with what is right—and that means allowing people to freely and openly express ideas even if they are unpopular.