Supreme Court Victory for Religious Liberty

Supreme Court Victory for Religious Liberty June 30, 2020 The U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue is a significant victory for religious liberty. Chief Justice Roberts delivered the opinion of the Court on June 30th, in which...

2020 may Redefine Religious Liberty in America

2020 may Redefine Religious Liberty in America June 2, 2020 2020 will have a special place in the history books due to the Coronavirus. But more importantly, 2020 will be a defining moment for how Americans can legally exercise their faith in the public square....

The Echo Chamber of Commerce

The Echo Chamber of Commerce: Why Corporate America Champions Radical Social Policy June 2, 2020 Corporations are in the business of making money, not political statements. That’s why they spend millions of dollars to have others, such as politicians and Chambers of...

Kentucky’s Perseverance for Religious Liberty

Kentucky’s Perseverance for Religious Liberty May 14, 2020 During the COVID-19 pandemic, state governments have engaged in a head-on battle with churches over their right to religious liberty, including Kentucky. On May 8th, Tabernacle Baptist Church from...

The Family Foundation files amicus brief

The Family Foundation files amicus brief March/April 2020 This Louisville case will have significant impact on all local SOGI laws in Kentucky. Religious liberty and free speech are at risk. The Family Foundation, along with the Center for Religious Expression, filed...

Equality Act A Trojan Horse

Equality Act A Trojan Horse On Friday, May 17, the U.S. House passed an expansive LGBTQ rights bill which advocates dubbed “The Equality Act.” Opponents believe the bill is a Trojan Horse. Supporters Say:In support of the legislation, advocates allege widespread and...