Glendale, Ariz. postpones passing harmful ordinance

Doctor euthanizes this man’s mother, he had no idea until the morgue called to claim her body

Temperatures rise in Mann libel suit

    JD Supra: Alliance Defending Freedom filed an amicus brief “to highlight the First Amendment’s safeguard of offensive or inflammatory speech and the important role that hyperbole plays in American politics” in order “to ensure that the protections provided by the Free Speech Clause are broadly construed and not restricted by defamation laws.” Its brief argued that the challenged statements fit comfortably within the sphere of speech that has been traditionally afforded broad First Amendment protection. My favorite sentence: “If this Court were to do an about-face from traditional First Amendment values, then debates on political topics, including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the refusal to ratify the Kyoto Protocol, and the merits of universal healthcare, as well as other matters of public concern where hyperbole and accusatory language are coin of the realm would likewise be chilled.”

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Doctors killed his mom because she was depressed; now he speaks out against euthanasia

Sign discrimination case headed to Supreme Court

School district approves policy requiring restroom use to correlate with biological gender

Gilbert school board steps away from text redaction

Christian groups say Americans being tricked into paying for abortion through Obamacare surcharge

How a silly dispute over signs made it all the way to the Supreme Court

Student on strike in Ten Commandments protest

Obama administration tricking Americans into funding abortions

Freedom of conscience in the 21st century

Same-sex marriage dynamic in U.S. shifted dramatically in 2014

Letter smacks down the Obama Administration for abortion lies in the ACA

Va. school district adopts new children’s privacy, safety policy

U.S. Supreme Court to hear Gilbert church sign case in Jan.

Ten reasons not to have an abortion

Christian student banned from passing out flyers promoting prayer session at middle school’s flagpole

School stops seventh-grader from distributing fliers for religious event

Attorney General will appeal ruling saying women can’t see ultrasound of baby before abortion

American people tricked into paying for elective abortions

Roy Cooper will ask high court to hear ultrasound case

Church asks for end to policy rating value of speech

Temple, Gilbert Public Schools board among top 2014 newsmakers

‘Huge Victory,’ ‘Opportunity’ for religious colleges in labor board’s ruling

Two lawyers in Texas are saving lives and helping the pro-life movement all for free

Christmas season brings Christianity under renewed attack in India

Va. school district policy respects all children’s privacy, safety needs

ADF to Italy: Rogue mayors have no authority to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples

4th Circuit upholds ruling against common-sense NC ultrasound law

American people tricked into paying for elective abortions

Christmas gift for Ariz. Christian day care: $25K tax bill reversed

Kagan’s words echo at the Supreme Court 19 years later

School ground bullies in the nation’s capital

D.C. bill that would allow for insurance coverage of abortions faces uncertain future

Court rules women aren’t allowed to see ultrasound of baby before abortion

ADF to Italy: Rogue mayors have no authority to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples

How a little sign can mean big things for freedom

2014: A year that saw many ‘new births of freedom’ for Americans

Fighting the sexual and reproductive rights revolution

Rick Santorum: ‘We need to wake up the church’ to confront abortion

Washington D.C. passes bill to force pro-life groups to hire abortion activists

DC Council votes in support of forcing abortion coverage

District won’t revise abortion content in textbook

D.C. passes bill that could force pro-life organizations to pay for abortion coverage

Wash. grandmother’s religious freedom, livelihood at stake

District won’t revise abortion content in textbook

Gilbert board on biology textbook redaction: nevermind

Georgia mother threatens lawsuit because of Bibles in elementary school

The next 26 Hobby Lobbys: Obama is trying to force these businesses to obey HHS mandate

Atheists trying to keep Oahu churches from renting at public schools

D.C. considers bill that could force pro-life organizations to pay for abortion coverage

The night before Christmas when astronauts read from the Bible as they orbited the moon

Host committee announced for National Prayer Service

Same-sex ‘divorce’ another weapon in marriage battle

Shirt company won’t fold on values

Pew Research poll: Nativity scenes OK on gov’t property, most say

ADF: DC Council should abandon bill that forces pro-life groups to pay for abortions

New battle over same-sex marriage: Cake and photos

Colorado baker at the heart of national debate

Americans mostly OK with religious displays on public property

Can’t have your cake, and a rights battle rises

Christmas censorship and the Apollo moon program

Campus speech codes decline, but federal government threatens to impose censorship codes at 100% of colleges

Schools warned of lawsuits over gender accomodations