Top 5 things you need to know about the new HHS regulations

After losing to Hobby Lobby, Obama admin pushes crippling fines for HHS mandate violators

New Obamacare contraceptive rule seeks way around conservative legal victories

ADF comment on HHS mandate ‘accommodation’

Pennsylvania diocese gets permanent injunction against ACA contraceptive mandate

ObamaCare loses another point in religious freedom battle

RFRA, the Pitchfork, and the Crozier

Another win in standing against Obamacare mandate

Beyond Obamacare, it’s time to take on the great society

Federal court strikes down Obamacare mandate for Christian college

Federal court rules Louisiana College can opt out of Obamacare’s birth control mandate

La. decision brings ADF victories against abortion-pill mandate to 20 wins, 0 losses

Federal court rules abortion pill mandate violates La. College’s religious freedom

Obamacare: text and intention

    Public Discourse: In Robert Bolt’s great play, A Man for All Seasons, Thomas More’s daughter confronts him with the ominous news that Parliament has mandated an oath of allegiance to the king. This oath will probably include some reference to the king as head of the Church, which More knows he could not truthfully affirm. Seeking a way out, he asks about the wording of the oath. Daughter Margaret replies that the wording is irrelevant because “we know what it will mean.” More, ever the lawyer’s lawyer, replies: “It will mean what the words say.”


  • Posted: 08/13/2014
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Q&A: Why Hahn family is glad they joined Hobby Lobby to fight Obamacare’s HHS mandate

How these religious people found a way to opt out of Obamacare

Is ‘Halbig v. Burwell’ en banc worthy?

Three states file brief on behalf of Catholic TV station seeking exemption from HHS’ contraception mandate

Total confusion on elective-abortion coverage

United States Supreme Court sends Autocam case back to 6th Circuit

Kaiser: Americans’ views of Hobby Lobby ruling are evenly divided

Ruth Bader Ginsburg accuses pro-Hobby Lobby SCOTUS judges of having a blind spot towards women

Obama nominates Religious Freedom Ambassador who called protecting Hobby Lobby “deeply troubling”

Supreme Court forces Obama admin to craft new birth control option for religious nonprofits

A new religious liberty accommodation for non-profit organizations?

Obama admin may revise HHS mandate after losing Hobby Lobby battle

Government drafting birth control accommodation

Latest Obamacare legal knot won’t be easy to untangle

Dear Hobby Lobby haters: Birth control is not medicine

What we talk about when we talk about ‘birth control’

Dueling rulings: Courts split on health law clash

Federal appeals court deals major blow to Obamacare

    Breitbart: President Obama’s un-Constitutional practice of lawlessly ignoring and rewriting laws to suit his left-wing political agenda has come back to bite his signature domestic achievement. Tuesday morning a federal appeals court dealt what USA Today describes as a “potentially major blow” to ObamaCare with a 2-1 ruling against the Obama administration’s end-run around Congress to disburse federal subsidies.


  • Posted: 07/22/2014
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Democrats push vote on bill to “overturn” Supreme Court decision protecting Hobby Lobby

Hobby Lobby reversal sought in Congress

Catholic Bishops come out against anti-Hobby Lobby bill

Bishops: Senate Dem bill empowers feds to mandate abortion coverage

Democrats on Hobby Lobby: ‘Misspeaks,’ ‘opinion’ and overheated rhetoric

Because Hobby Lobby decision doesn’t protect nonprofits, March for Life sues HHS mandate

Americans view Supreme Court more favorably after Hobby Lobby decision

New Senate bill would make HHS bureaucrats more powerful than federal law

Senate Democrats’ religious-freedom deprivation bill

What the Hobby Lobby case reveals about the way we talk about rights

Eden Foods case may clarify Hobby Lobby ruling

The ripple effect of Hobby Lobby, bubble zone rulings

Justice Sotomayor misses the mark: Religious non-profits should prevail

March for Life files suit against abortion-pill mandate

To keep health care coverage, Tennessee couple separates

The root of all freedoms: Kuyper on freedom of conscience

Supreme Court rules for religious liberty in Hobby Lobby case

Supreme Court delivers momentous religious freedom victory

Court: Closely held companies can’t be required to cover contraceptives

Supreme Court strikes down abortion pill mandate (video)

EWTN granted emergency relief in wake of Hobby Lobby ruling

Hobby Lobby decision is an encouraging step, not the end of the debate

Hobby Lobby: Why traditionalist will win long term

The Hobby Lobby decision shows the culture war isn’t over, it has only just begun

How NOT to cover the ruling in the Hobby Lobby case

Who are Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties?

Hobby Lobby: The cost of not offering health insurance

Reopening the question of China and Hobby Lobby