Freedom of Religion Doesn't Exist If People Are Afraid to Wear Symbols of Their Faith
A third of Jews in the U.S. have “avoided publicly wearing, carrying, or displaying things that might help people identify” them as Jewish, according to a new poll. What kind of freedom is that?
Businesses can discriminate against almost anyone, DOJ says
President Trump’s Justice Department appeared at the Supreme Court on Tuesday to argue that religious business owners are free to discriminate against people — as long as it doesn’t involve race.
Justice Kennedy can't make up his mind about gay wedding cakes
Justice Anthony Kennedy, the Supreme Court’s longtime swing vote, seemed especially torn on Tuesday about whether a religious Colorado baker should have to make a wedding cake for a same-sex marriage.