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Trump’s National Day of Prayer Follows Tradition of Washington, Lincoln, and Reagan

President Donald Trump’s proclamation that Sunday, September 3, shall be a National Day of Prayer for the victims of Hurricane Harvey follows a tradition first established by George Washington.

Federal Court Dismisses Entire Justice Department Mosque Case

The court ruled that because the county had settled with the mosque, the case was done. This means that DOJ won’t be able to probe the Christian pastor for his views on Islam.

Charlottesville Donnybrook

One does not have to accept the racist and nationalist vision of the Unite the Right organization to recognize and respect its First Amendment rights.

Why Are Trump’s Justice Department Appointees Protecting the IRS?

Various media sources have reported that federal District Court Judge Reggie Walton has ordered the IRS to finally respond to various legal requests for information and documents made by the conservative tea party organizations that sued the agency.

Lawyers for Sarah Palin and New York Times Appear Before Federal Judge

Inciting violence is a serious matter. In fact, it can be a crime under both state and federal law.

ACRU: Free Speech for Thee but Not for Me?

Minnesota voter had right to wear Gadsden flag and “Please I.D. Me” button at polling place.

Bowing to Bernie’s Secular Gods

An Orthodox Christian’s religious beliefs put him at odds with the Vermont senator.

From Suppression to Coercion

For the cranky, busybody left, minding your own business is no longer an option.

Why Justice Gorsuch Will Have an Immediate (and Big) Impact on the Supreme Court

Gorsuch’s confirmation means that the court once again has the crucial fifth vote needed to sustain the Constitution as written.

Freeing Religion from Government’s Grip

Trump must overturn the Obama order that discriminates against those who stand by their beliefs.