9/18: Arizona's Supreme Court ruled that two Christian artists could not be coerced into creating wedding invitations for a same-sex couple.
9/3: The Democratic National Committee passed a resolution saying their values align with those who are religiously unaffiliated.
8/29: The Democratic National Committee passed a resolution praising being "religiously unaffiliated", which was saluted by the Secular Coalition of America.
8/28: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled that keeping atheists from providing invocations at the beginning of start of legislative sessions is not unconstitutional.
4/19: ACRU Chairman and CEO Susan Carleson writes on why Founding Father Thomas Paine's advice on protecting religious liberty could save America from anti-religious groups and legislators.
The only cure for this existential threat is to assert strongly the unalienable rights granted to us by nature and nature’s God. We need to work and pray so that real justice replaces the fake variety.
Latest Assault on Religious Freedom: Illinois Abortion Bill Restricts Doctors and May Violate Federal Law
This attempt at government coercion to force violations of conscience is a basic assault on the First Amendment and the religious freedom rights on which this country was founded.
For years to come, the fight for many Christians will be on whether their right to the free exercise of religion includes the right to earn a paycheck without violating their conscience.
The ACLU has decided that the unalienable right to religious freedom embodied in the First Amendment must give way to newly coined claims by newly empowered groups.
The resident seer, soothsayer, and sage of the ACLU of Louisiana warns of a coming wave of wife beatings in the bayou if Louisiana House Bill 707.