US Supreme Court strongly affirms that Americans are free to pray

On pro-life case involving Obamcare abortion funding, Supreme Court has free speech concerns | Christian Post

Most voters favor prayer, minus Jesus, at public meetings

Crosses spark a Constitutional fight

Jordan Lorence: Opposing government coercion is true “price of citizenship”

Supreme Court turns down First Amendment case | NRB

“Supreme Court refuses to hear New Mexico photographer’s gay bias case” | Gospel Herald

Christian photographer denied appeal by US Supreme Court | The Christian Institute

Supreme Court declines appeal of Christian photographer ordered to shoot same-sex ceremonies | Christian News Network

Supreme Court delivers setback for frees speech and religious liberty | Acton Institute

U.S. defends Mt. Soledad cross, but urges delay

Ryan T. Anderson: Elane Photography case shows why we must fight against gov’t coercion

“U.S. high court won’t hear gay discrimination appeal” | Albuquerque Journal

“Supreme Court turns deaf ear on New Mexico gay wedding photo case” | Deseret News

“Supreme Court declines case of photographer who denied service to gay couple” | Washington Post

“High court declines photographer’s appeal in gay marriage case” | Washington Times

“Supreme Court won’t hear appeal of New Mexico gay bias case” | Los Angeles Times

Supreme Court declines photographers’ appeal | Baptist Press

“US Supreme Court won’t hear appeal on same-sex ceremony photography case” | New Mexico Telegram

Supreme Court won’t hear ABQ same-sex wedding photography case | Albuquerque Business First

“Supreme Court will not hear case of photographer who refused gay wedding” | Christian Post

“US supreme court declines appeal of photographer who refused gay couple” | Guardian

“Ruling stands against Christian photographer who declined gay wedding” | LifeSiteNews

Jordan Lorence: Supreme Court turns down Elane Photography case

Govt punishment of NM photographer stands, compelled speech problem unresolved . . . for now

Is it Clarence Thomas’s court?

Sectarian prayer at town council meeting? Supreme Court may decide this week | The Independent

How kosher butchers could decide the fate of Obamacare

New York town awaits ruling on moment of prayer

5th Circuit paves way for Supreme Court showdown on chemical abortion regulations

Francis J. Beckwith: Justice Kagan, you gotta serve somebody

ObamaCare, fear and George Washington’s letter to the Jews

The Establishment Clause: An interview with Judge Guido Calabresi of the 2nd Circuit

Protestors rally as Supreme Court hears case on Obamacare and religion | NBC

Ramesh Ponnuru on Justice Scalia’s view of religious liberty

SCOTUSblog argument preview: Religion, rights, and the workplace

John Fund: Hate-crime laws and the expansion of federal power

Volokh and Shapiro: Choosing what to photograph is a form of speech

Matthew J. Franck: How Justice Clarence Thomas earned his enemies

Eugene Volokh: First Amendment right of access to judicial proceedings

Erwin Chemerinsky: Ginsburg should retire

    Los Angeles Times: “Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should retire from the Supreme Court after the completion of the current term in June. She turned 81 on Saturday and by all accounts she is healthy and physically and mentally able to continue. But only by resigning this summer can she ensure that a Democratic president will be able to choose a successor who shares her views and values.”


  • Posted: 03/17/2014
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Silence is Golden: Moments of Silence, Legislative Prayers, and the Establishment Clause | Northwestern University Law Review

Will Justices Ginsburg and Breyer head for the exit?

Michael Dorf: Why the SCOTUS should deny cert in Elane Photography

Cert. filed in Wisconsin RLUIPA land use case

Former Kansas AG Kline seeks U.S. Supreme Court review of license suspension

SCOTUS review sought in latest Mt.Soledad cross decision prior to 9th Circuit hearing

DHS allows German home-schooling family to stay in US

Supreme Court denies review in home school asylum case

Supreme Court grants review in Muslim prisoner’s challenge to grooming rules

Elane Photography religious liberty case heads to Supreme Court | Washington Post

Ilya Somin on implications of Texas marriage ruling

Same-sex “marriage” advocates file brief in Utah case

Supreme Court: AZ can’t strip Planned Parenthood of Medicaid funding

Supreme Court ruling sides with Planned Parenthood | Arizona Daily Star

US Supreme Court declines to hear lawsuit over taxpayer funding of abortions in Ariz.

Supreme Court calls for new briefs on child pornography

Hobby Lobby and Conestoga: The most difficult-to-answer question

Ed Whelan: DOJ’s round-two brief in HHS mandate cases — part 2

Will the Roberts Court follow its own religious liberty precedent in Hobby Lobby case?

Ken Klukowski: Restoring the Establishment Clause in Town of Greece v. Galloway

Cameras in the Supreme Court? Not so fast

Ads push cameras in Supreme Court

Scalia laments removal of religious ideals from public education

    Chicago Tribune: Scalia said that among his concerns is the removal of religious ideals from public education. ‘Let me make clear that I am not saying that every good American must believe in God,’ Scalia said in a speech at the Union League Club. ‘What I am saying, however, is that it is contrary to our founding principles to insist that government be hostile to religion. Or even to insist, as my court, alas, has done, that government cannot favor religion over nonreligion.’”


  • Posted: 02/17/2014
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  • Category: Bench & Bar
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