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US Supreme Court unanimous in striking down Mass. anti-speech buffer zone

US Supreme Court strikes down Mass. anti-speech buffer zone

Government involvement in un-naming the Redskins is ‘patently’ dangerous

Court strikes down Austin, Texas anti-pregnancy care law

The Baltimore inquisition [Commentary]

DC bill could coerce pro-life organizations against their mission

Ariz. church threatened with unjust foreclosure raises $68,000 to keep doors open

At the U.S. Supreme Court, a key victory for free speech

Pa. clerk asks 3rd Circuit to put hold on marriage ruling

Supreme Court: 1st Amend. protects speech on matters of public concern outside workplace

Life and family no longer silenced at the Organization of American States

Md. county pays $375,000 for anti-pregnancy care law

ADF asks US Supreme Court to review NYC’s anti-pregnancy care law

In ‘right to lie’ case, SBA List told truth on abortion funding

Supreme Court: Americans have right to speak up for free speech

Family to lose health plan, pay for abortions under Obamacare

NC county seeks to resume prayers in light of US Supreme Court decision

ADF asks court to uphold Colo. marriage laws

Md. City Council targets pro-life groups with demands for private files

Elmbrook and religion as ‘hazardous waste’

You heard, you responded – And a church is saved

University sticks taxpayers with $700,000 bill for retaliating against conservative professor

ADF asks court to uphold Ariz. marriage laws

The New York Times sneers at religion. Again.

Obama’s administration’s attacks on religious freedom increasing

An open letter to Cecile Richards

Colorado baker discusses his case with Glenn Beck (video)

Have we lost what it means to be human?

ADF lawsuit results in speech policy changes at 23 Va. college campuses

In Colorado, a case of unjust desserts

UN Continues to push for abortion as a “right”

The real origins of an evangelical hit piece

No you can’t keep your plan and yes you have to pay for other people’s abortions

Arizona lawyer will speak on nondiscrimination ordinance Friday

Arizona County shutting church down for money Arizona says it doesn’t owe

Taxpayers ask Minn. Supreme Court to reinstate abortion funding challenge

You will join the freedom of religion witch hunt … or else

Worth the price: Remembering the 70th anniversary of D-Day

Colo. cake artist considering appeal of Civil Rights Commission decision

The New Yorker urges “serious look” at pro-marriage legal arguments

Chaplains commend Navy for decision on ‘atheist chaplain’ application

Artistic expression at stake in Colo. cake artist case

History and recent developments in same-sex marriage litigation

Ariz. county forcing closure of church that helps homeless

ADF letter prompts Minn. school to allow Bible verse in graduation speech

2nd Circuit upholds ‘In God We Trust’ on US currency

Court guts renewed lawsuit against Oahu churches

Brown v. Board of Education turns sixty

Four things you need to know about Barronelle Stutzman’s story

On campuses, the continuing struggle against ignorance – and arrogance

ADF commends Wis. school for apology after showing children same-sex marriage propaganda video

ADF to Hawaii court: Dismiss renewed attack on churches

No ‘right’ to abortion in Colombia

Human rights at stake in upcoming European Parliament elections

It’s time to end public university speech zones

Planned Parenthood of Northern New England allowed to continue to flout state law

First round freedom win for Iowa, Mich. Christian colleges against HHS mandate

ADF to America: Public prayer is OK, secularist threats empty

ADF to S.D. school: Ignore empty ACLU threats

Six years into the Pulpit Initiative – Has the IRS responded?

Courts acknowledge religion protects against tyranny

The media’s abortion problem

When an overreaction to “Under God” tried to get around the Constitution

Cameron Univ. official: University policy trumps First Amendment

Kirsten Powers: Liberal’s Dark Ages

Ky. school principal’s bathroom decision ignores student privacy rights