• Don't make it illegal to practice CRT. Make school choice a legal option.

    Don't make it illegal to practice CRT. Make school choice a legal option.

    'The taxpayers are footing the bill.'
  • The Right's Fight for Liberty

    The Right's Fight for Liberty

    Disagreement over the definition of the term creates a chance to recover non-liberal realities.
  • The Liberty University president said he regrets his Instagram post, but said the party was harmless summer fun

    The Liberty University president said he regrets his Instagram post, but said the party was harmless summer fun

    Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. said on Wednesday that he had apologized for posting a photo of him in unzipped pants and arm around a woman — but also defended the incident as a vacation “costume party” that was “just in good fun.” The now-deleted photo showed Falwell, a leading evangelical supporter of President …
  • SiriusXM in talks to renew Howard Stern contract amid pandemic

    SiriusXM in talks to renew Howard Stern contract amid pandemic

    Satellite broadcaster SiriusXM said it’s in talks to retain its biggest star Howard Stern as the business weathers the fallout from the coronavirus. SiriusXM Chief Executive Jim Meyer said Thursday on a second-quarter earnings call that the company has reengaged Stern in talks to re-up his contract, following a lull caused by the pandemic. Stern’s …
  • Supreme Court Rejects Nevada Church’s Challenge to Coronavirus Restrictions

    Supreme Court Rejects Nevada Church’s Challenge to Coronavirus Restrictions

    In a 5-4 decision Friday, the Supreme Court denied a request from a Nevada church to block enforcement of state restrictions on attendance at religious services due to the coronavirus pandemic. The church argued that the policy, which limited in-person church attendance to 50 people, violated the constitution by treating church services differently than other …
  • California Churches Sue Gov. Newsom over COVID Lockdowns

    California Churches Sue Gov. Newsom over COVID Lockdowns

    Three California churches are bringing a federal lawsuit against the state over Governor Gavin Newsom’s ban on singing as a part of religious services, claiming that the coronavirus restriction is being applied to them in a discriminatory manner. The Calvary Chapel of Ukiah, Calvary Chapel Fort Bragg, and River of Life Church say that the …
  • Brooklyn Nets speak out on death of George Floyd: ‘Enough is Enough’

    Brooklyn Nets speak out on death of George Floyd: ‘Enough is Enough’

    With the concourse outside Barclays Center the site of protests this week over the police-related death of George Floyd, the Brooklyn Nets and New York Liberty of the WNBA released a statement Sunday backing the cause of racial justice. “We will work alongside our community – our fans, players, employees and including local law enforcement …
  • Why America's Founding Fathers Didn't Want a Democracy

    Why America's Founding Fathers Didn't Want a Democracy

    In his book “Liberty in Peril,” Randall Holcombe challenges the presumption that liberty and democracy are complementary. When I took history and government in school, many critical issues were misrepresented, given short shrift, or even ignored entirely. And those lacunae undermined my ability to adequately understand many things. Randall Holcombe’s new book, Liberty in Peril: …
  • DOJ Claims California’s Lockdown Shows ‘Unequal Treatment of Faith Communities’

    DOJ Claims California’s Lockdown Shows ‘Unequal Treatment of Faith Communities’

    The Department of Justice warned California in a Tuesday letter that the state’s lockdown order “facially discriminates against religious exercise” and that Governor Gavin Newsom’s rulings “do not justify California’s actions” in banning in-person worship. Eric S. Dreiband, an assistant attorney general and the head of the Justice Department’s civil rights division, wrote in a …
  • DOJ Clashes with Northam over Virginia Church Closures

    DOJ Clashes with Northam over Virginia Church Closures

    The Justice Department is pushing back against Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s stay at home order, arguing that churches have been unfairly affected. The DOJ filed a statement of interest on Sunday in federal court in support of a Chincoteague, Virginia church that sued the state after its pastor was issued a criminal citation for holding a service with 16 …