Alliance Defending Freedom: It’s days away: The Supreme Court’s marriage decision is expected to come down on June 29.
At an evidentiary hearing in February 2007, Stockwell told Judge Kevin Lund that when she saw the woman wearing an Islamic headdress, she decided to try to “plant a small little seed” and urged the woman to say no to Islam.
The letter goes on to state that “[u]ntil such time that the state revises its definition of marital status, we will continue to apply the existing definition to our assignment policy for married housing.” . . .
MRFF says these Christian “dominionists”—the kind who see the Iraq war as a modern-day crusade —make up 20 to 30 percent of the armed forces and rule the rank and file through intimidation and connections that go all the way to the top . . .
“The U.S. District Court for Middle Tennessee ruled that the city of Millersville, Tenn. violated the constitutional rights of Layman Lessons when it threatened application of a “pending zoning ordinance” as a means of blocking the ministry’s use of a commercially zoned property.”
“What if homosexual rights advocates staged a huge promotional event and no one came to see it? That’s exactly what a coalition of organizations is proposing for April 25, this year’s “Day of Silence,” which is sponsored in public schools across the nation.”
How Appealing links to several reports on Justice Scalia’s appearance at Princeton. "Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia defended the Court’s role in the 2000 presidential recount in Florida and expressed his views about the Court’s role in a liberal …
Library officials counter that the group was not barred from using the library meeting space to discuss religion or any other topic. But library policy prohibits prayer and singing as “inherent elements of religious service. . . .
The 67 amicus briefs in what is simply known as “the D.C. gun case” fail to topple the record number filed in the University of Michigan affirmative action cases in 2003 — 107 — but they easily fit within the top 10 filings at the high court . . .
The Montana Board of Pharmacy has dropped all complaints against a pharmacist who declined to dispense contraceptives and the so-called “morning after pill” because of his sincerely-held religious beliefs.
Marriage & Family Regulating Internet Pornography Aimed at Children: A Comparative Constitutional Perspective on Passing the Camel through the Needle’s Eye Mark S. Kende, 2007 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 1623 (2007) In this paper, I recommend that the Court stop the …
Jennifer Francis of the Salt Lake City Tribune reports: The newly minted lawmaker, appointed to fill out the term of former House Minority Leader-turned Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker, sponsored four bills. None made it to the House floor …
“The lawsuit filed in federal court Monday says former counsel Harriet Miers is not immune from the obligation to testify and both she and chief of staff Joshua Bolten must identify all documents that are being withheld from Congress.”
“The survey was conducted by Susquehanna Polling and Research for the Value All Families Coalition, an umbrella organization fighting a proposed amendment to the Pennsylvania constitution that would ban same-sex marriage . . . ”