Supreme Court strikes down injunction against government censorship via big tech, citing plaintiffs’ standing

In a 6-3 ruling Wednesday, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled in favor of the Biden administration in a lawsuit brought by two state attorneys general and… Read More

June 26, 2024
Landmark Missouri v. Biden case at Supreme Court Monday, exposing ‚Äėdisgusting underbelly‚Äô of government censorship, Sen. Schmitt says

Missouri‚Äôs lawsuit fighting censorship of conservatives on social media has revealed the ‚Äúdisgusting underbelly‚ÄĚ of the Biden administration‚Äôs ‚Äúvast censorship enterprise,‚ÄĚ says U.S. Sen. Eric Schmitt ‚Äď who filed the… Read More

March 18, 2024
Americans with traditional religious beliefs ‚Äėwill be labeled as bigots and treated as such by the government,‚Äô warns Justice Alito in rare statement

The Supreme Court may have declined to hear a discrimination case, but Justice Samuel Alito used the opportunity as a teaching moment about the threat of religious discrimination he sees… Read More

March 1, 2024
Justice Alito warns of ‚Äėvirus‚Äô on race-based school admissions in sharp dissent to SCOTUS petition denial

In a 10-page dissenting opinion, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito warned that a decision by a lower court to allow race-based admissions is a ‚Äúvirus that may spread‚ÄĚ if not… Read More

February 20, 2024
Cake shop appeals to Colorado Supreme Court after web designer wins free speech SCOTUS case

A cake shop is filing an appeal in its religious liberty case, citing a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that found a web designer could not be forced to create… Read More

July 20, 2023
Public Education
Some universities plan to eliminate minority scholarships after SCOTUS ban on using race in admissions

(Daily Caller News Foundation) ‚Äď Some universities are seeking to eliminate scholarships for minorities after the Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action banned using race in admissions decisions. The legality… Read More

July 6, 2023
‚ÄėLie from the pit of hell‚Äô: GOP presidential hopefuls laud Supreme Court decision ending affirmative action in college admissions

Republican presidential hopefuls hailed the U.S. Supreme Court‚Äôs striking down of racial preferences in college admissions, with one calling affirmative action a ‚Äúlie from the pit of hell.‚ÄĚ The high… Read More

July 6, 2023
Supreme Court rules in favor of Christian postal worker disciplined for declining to work on Sundays

The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Christian former mail carrier who sued the U.S. Postal Service for denying him religious accommodation in the workplace. Gerald Groff sued his… Read More

June 29, 2023
Affirmative action struck down: U.S. Supreme Court rules against race-based admissions by Harvard, University of North Carolina

In a highly anticipated ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court found Thursday that the race-based admissions policies of Harvard and the University of North Carolina violate the Constitution. The 6-3 ruling… Read More

June 29, 2023
Courts, Culture
Colorado would force her to create LGBTQ wedding websites. She’s fighting for her religious freedom

(Daily Signal) ‚Äď Graphic designer Lori Smith believes that marriage should be between a man and a woman. She also wants to create wedding websites. Under Colorado‚Äôs… Read More

May 8, 2023
Washington high school football coach fired for postgame prayers to be reinstated after U.S. Supreme Court victory this summer

After a landmark Supreme Court victory allowing his silent postgame prayers, a high school football coach is expected to return to his coaching job next year. Read More

October 31, 2022
Ten states ban abortion, with exceptions, after Supreme Court ruling

(The Center Square) ‚Äď So far, 10 state attorneys general have announced that abortion is now effectively illegal in their states after the Supreme Court overturned two landmark abortion cases,… Read More

June 28, 2022
SCOTUS nonpublic school funding ruling a victory for Illinois school choice advocates

(The Center Square) ‚Äď Opponents of school choice in Illinois who say extending public funding to religious schools would be a violation of the separation of church and state… Read More

June 28, 2022
Christian Schools
Landmark religious liberty ruling Tuesday prohibits denial of public funds to schools based solely on their religion

In yet another landmark case for religious liberty, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday the government cannot exclude religious institutions from government funding based solely on their religiosity.¬†… Read More

June 21, 2022
In the case of the praying football coach, both sides invoke religious freedom

(SCOTUSblog) ‚Äď Joseph Kennedy had never coached football when Bremerton High School, a public school near Seattle, Washington, hired him in 2008. He was too small to play in high… Read More

April 25, 2022
Court leaves Texas’ six-week abortion ban in effect and narrows abortion providers’ challenge

On Friday, the court released opinions in the two Texas abortion cases heard in November. (Beechwood Photography via Flickr) Nearly six weeks after the Supreme Court heard oral arguments… Read More

December 10, 2021
Majority of court appears poised to roll back abortion rights

It has been nearly 30 years since the Supreme Court‚Äôs decision in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, which reaffirmed the constitutional right to abortion that the court first recognized in… Read More

December 7, 2021
US Supreme Court Will Hear Case on Using Public Funds for Religious School Tuition

In July, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a case filed by Maine families who want to use a State tuition program for their children to attend… Read More

August 31, 2021