This column expresses the views of Tony Mauro, special correspondent for the Freedom Forum. The Supreme Court on Monday rejected a lower court ruling, temporarily at least, that would have weakened the judiciary’s longstanding tradition of protecting the rights of protesters under the First Amendment’s rights of assembly and petition.
This column expresses the views of Asma Uddin, senior scholar at the Religious Freedom Center. A recent panel organized by the American Bar Association asked my fellow discussants and I whether recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions signal a decline in the Establishment Clause.
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This column expresses the views of David Callaway of the Georgia Rights, Responsibility, Respect Project. Monday saw the unsurprising confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court. Replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Justice Barrett is only the fifth woman to hold a seat on the court, but despite Senate Republicans’ efforts to emphasize […]
This column expresses the views of Elizabeth Dickson, director of development, Freedom Forum. I was raised to understand the importance of voting and elections. This year, I’ve been moved to join in how that system works, as well.
This column expresses the views of Tony Mauro, special correspondent for the Freedom Forum. Judge Amy Coney Barrett has a slim judicial record on First Amendment issues.
How have deeply held religious beliefs inspired action to confront racial divisions, lift up the disadvantaged and disenfranchised and create a more equitable America? Can stories from history inspire us to continue this work today?
This column expresses the views of Jessi Hollis McCarthy, outreach educator, Freedom Forum. Our information universe clearly has problems.
This column expresses the views of Gene Policinski, senior fellow for the First Amendment, Freedom Forum. Who knew, with all of the pressing issues of the moment, that the 229-year-old First Amendment protection of the right to petition would become such a focus in the confirmation hearings for an open U.S. Supreme Court seat?