Tag: Constitutional Rights

America

The Constitution Should Be Defended, Not Discarded

More and more people are disparaging America’s founding documents as a barrier to progress. This weekend’s Constitution
Day is a good time to remind ourselves what they’re missing and the higher wisdom that inspired it all.

Family Matters

Beyond Roe v. Wade

Advocating for a new tack in the pro-life movement, the author proposes to expand the coalition beyond the religious right, and help it avoid the pitfalls of an entirely right-wing partisan movement.

Election Aftermath

Not Who We Are…Right?

If it’s true yesterday “did not reflect the core of who we are as Americans,” the siege of our nation’s capital does say something about who many of us are becoming. Is this just another step on a downward spiral, or could it become a legitimate turning point for our nation’s trajectory?

Family Matters

Abortion, the Courts, and Compromise

When we stop depending on legislatures as the place Americans can hash out their disagreements, it should perhaps not surprise us when court mandates don’t effectively fill the gap.

Legal

Upcoming Religious Liberty Cases

With the Supreme Court at the front of center stage in the American public eye, the upcoming religious liberty cases are seeing a lot of light.

Freedom

The Supreme Court’s Textualist Temptation

The Supreme Court’s much-anticipated decision in Bostock v Clayton County may in fact tell us more about how courts decide what law is than what

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