Klukowski: Court Protects Church

7/16: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on the Fifth Circuit’s decision to protect the Catholic church from perceived intimidation tactics.

Klukowski: SCOTUS Declines to Hear Florist Case

6/25: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on the Supreme Court’s decision to send the Arlene’s Flowers case back to the lower courts.

Klukowski: Supreme Court Supports First Amendment

6/4: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on the Supreme Court’s decision to protect a Colorado baker’s religious freedom.

Klukowski: Sen. Booker’s Vote Is Unconstitutional

4/15: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski explains why Senator Cory Booker’s decision to vote against CIA Director Mike Pompeo because of the director’s religious beliefs is unconstitutional.

Supreme Court Begins 2018 Rejecting Cases on Same-Sex Marriage and Other Issues

1/8: The Supreme Court granted review in no new cases at its first 2018 conference, and denied hundreds of petitions for review in a list stretching more than 20 pages long, including some cases of interest to many Americans.

Jeff Sessions Focused in 2017 on Restoring Rule of Law and Constitutional Rights

12/28: Attorney General Jeff Sessions has had a busy first year as one of President Donald Trump’s earliest and most committed supporters, one who now leads one of the most powerful departments in the federal government.

Hate, Bernie Style

A tide of anti-Christian bigotry is growing in the corridors of Congress.

ACLU: Force Catholic Hospital to Aid in ‘Sex Change’

So for the ACLU, the idea of “choice” is so yesterday. Now it’s “do it our way, or else.”

Supreme Court Ponders Striking Down State Constitution Anti-Faith Amendments

The Supreme Court seems poised to strike down constitutional amendments in 39 states that forbid tax money from going to churches after Wednesday’s oral arguments in Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer.

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.