Harvard Law Journal Article: Unborn Subject to Constitutional Protection

In an astounding development, The Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy has published an article by Harvard law student Joshua Craddock that makes an incredibly strong case for what we already know: an unborn child is a living person that deserves to be treated as such under the law.

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Two U.S. Senators Say Christianity Disqualifies One from Public Service

In a confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill last week, two U.S. Senators applied a clear anti-Christian litmus test to a nominee.

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Critical Religious Liberty Case Awaits Supreme Court Ruling

In 2012, the state of Missouri started encouraging schools to use recycled tires to produce safer playground surfaces, which the state would provide at reduced costs. Trinity Lutheran Church applied for a playground resurfacing grant from the state, which would have reimbursed the church for resurfacing its playground with a safer, pour-in-place rubber surface made from recycled tires.

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Religious Freedom Advocates Win Huge Battle in North Carolina Case

For as long as anyone can remember—for over seventy years, according to archived records—Rowan County, North Carolina, commissioners have opened their meetings with prayer. Not surprisingly, the ACLU challenged this longstanding practice in a case known as Lund v. Rowan County, taking particular umbrage with the name of Jesus being used in some of these prayers.

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