“I’m a veteran myself, and it is encouraging and a relief to see that this senseless attack on our nations veterans memorials have been defeated…” Roger Byron, senior counsel for Liberty Institute, told TheDCNF after the original November ruling in his favor. Read full article »
“As a religious liberties attorney, I’ve won my share of legal cases in the so-called “War on Christmas.” I can make the Constitutional arguments. But I would rather declare a “Peace on Christmas” by reminding my fellow countrymen about the peace and goodwill we gain, and should cherish, through the faith-driven blessings on which our nation depends at Christmas and always.” Read full article »
“We want Vintage Church to be treated fairly,” Justin Butterfield, senior counsel for Liberty Institute, told the Baptist Message. “The noise ordinance that the parish is enforcing against them permits much louder volumes for jackhammers, construction noise and lawnmowers.” Read full article »
A New Orleans pastor who spent seven years rebuilding the city after Hurricane Katrina says he is now being bullied by local officials and intimidated by cops in a classic case of discrimination disguised as a noise dispute. Read full article »
“If the government is going to be putting this kind of a burden on peoples exercise of their religious faith, they can only do so if it’s the least restrictive means to serve a compelling public interest,” said Ken Klukowski. Watch Video »
After Vintage Church pastor issued criminal summons for violating a noise ordinance, First Liberty Institute files a lawsuit to protect the church.