Fla. church zoned out of building gets day in court

Is Hearing A Prayer The Same As Participating In It? | Joe Infranco

Founders’ view of prayer should prevail at Supreme Court | Alan Sears, Joe Infranco at Washington Post

You Might Be “Offended” by Reading This | Nathan Cherry at Engage Family Minute

On The Right Not To Be Offended | Joe Infranco at Alliance Defending Freedom

Alliance Defending Freedom’s Infranco: Prop 8 Fight Isn’t Over | Newsmax

Alliance Defending Freedom’s Infranco: Prop 8 Fight Isn’t Over | Newsmax (video)

Prop. 8 Attorney: ‘We Are Not Leaving This Fight’ | Joe Infranco on NewsMax video

Arizona same-sex couples entitled to federal benefits | AZ Central

Let this N.Y. town pray in peace: The Supreme Court will decide whether invocations at the start of town meetings are Constitutional | Joe Infranco at NY Daily News

Billy Graham: Vote for Biblical Values This Nov. 6 | Joe Infranco at Townhall

Joe Infranco: What the Left fails to understand about religious liberty

Joe Infranco: Running The Race – Hercules Holds Firm To Religious Beliefs

Hugh Hewitt & Joe Infranco: “Memorial Crosses: To Be or Not to Be?”

New target for atheists: Rhode Island cross

Joe Infranco: Light Is Never Needed More Than In The Darkest Of Times

Joe Infranco: A bright spot in the culture battles — the Free Exercise Clause | Baptist Press

Joe Infranco: Bright Spot On The Horizon – The Free Exercise Clause

Republicans to host Politics and a Plate | In Forum

ADF attorney to speak up at ‘Speak Up for Religious Freedom’ rally

Hurt ‘feelings’ not enough for federal case: Mt. Soledad Memorial dispute based on ‘offended’ observer

Joe Infranco: Contraception mandate is not an issue of money but of conscience

Decades-long battle over cross nearing finish line

Pulpit Freedom Sunday 2011 Coming Up

Joe Infranco and Byron Babione: Atheists Attack 9/11 Cross

Joe Infanco and Byron Babione: Oppose 9/11 cross? You’re out of step with American life

Joe Infranco: “The Subjective Wounded – Atheists Against September 11 Memorial”

Joel Oster: Confusing Ruling Bans Worship Services, But Allows Worship

Church free to worship, thanks to court order

Court Mandates Idaho Town to Lift Church Meeting Ban

No muzzling of National Day of Prayer in wake of failed legal attacks

National Day of Prayer Challenges Met With Legal Force

NH: ‘Objectionable’ Bible verses reinstated

ADF: NH town reverses course, votes to allow electronic sign with Bible verses

Interview with Joe Infranco: Court ruling forces a homeschooled child into public school

NH High Court Upholds Ruling Against Home Schooler

Anti-homeschool decision upheld by court

Attorney: Court ‘got the message’ in home-schooling case

LifeSiteNews: “NH Supreme Court: homeschooled girl must go to public school against mom’s wishes”

    LifeSiteNews: “Parents have a fundamental right to make educational choices for their children,” responded Simmons. “Courts can settle disputes, but they cannot legitimately order a child into a government-run school on the basis that her religious views need to be mixed with other views. That’s precisely what the lower court admitted it was doing.”
    “The lower court held the Christian faith of this mother and daughter against them,” Simmons said. “Unfortunately, the Supreme Court bypassed this issue and wrote this off as a ‘parent versus parent’ issue without recognizing the very real underlying threat to religious liberty.” Nevertheless, ADF Senior Counsel Joseph Infranco said that the law firm appreciates the Supreme Court’s choice to limit “its decision to the facts of this case,” which should ensure that the decision “cannot be used as a battering-ram against religious liberty or homeschooling.” The “ADF will be vigilant to make sure that it’s not,” he concluded.


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