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A Win for Religious Freedom in Illinois

A Win for Religious Freedom in Illinois

DOMINIQUE LUDVIGSON, HERITAGE FOUNDATION On Tuesday, the state of Illinois declined to appeal a recent loss in the Illinois Court of Appeals, which ruled in late September that the state cannot force pharmacists and pharmacies to stock and dispense abortion-inducing drugs in violation of their religious beliefs. The Illinois Attorney [...]

Cooper—On the Moral Responsibility of the Press

Cooper—On the Moral Responsibility of the Press

American Thought James Fenimore Cooper returns from Europe to publish an open letter to his fellow Americans. THERE is one thing in Cooper I like, too, and that is That on manners he lectures his countrymen gratis; Not precisely so either, because, for a rarity, He is paid for his tickets in unpopularity. Now he may overcharge [...]

Judge: “Choose Life” Out in North Carolina

Judge: “Choose Life” Out in North Carolina

BY SELWYN DUKE Providing another example of why judicial review needs to be reviewed is U.S. District Court Judge James C. Fox, who just ruled that North Carolina may not offer its “Choose Life” license plates. And wait till you hear his reasoning (if you can call it that). Writes MyFox8.com: A federal judge has ruled it is [...]

Atheist Attacks on Christmas

Atheist Attacks on Christmas

BY PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY Bill O’Reilly asked this question on his Fox News program last week: “Why do I have to be the leader defending Christmas against its attackers?” O’Reilly was criticizing Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee’s renaming his state’s Christmas tree a “holiday tree.” Good question. It’s time for Christians to [...]

Tip of the Iceberg: More Free Speech Problems at Fordham

Tip of the Iceberg: More Free Speech Problems at Fordham

First Amendment "need not apply" at Fordham University? SAMANTHA HARRIS, THE FIRE After Fordham University made waves a few weeks back over President Joseph McShane's harsh condemnation of the university's College Republicans for inviting Ann Coulter to speak on campus (an invite which, it turned out, the group had already decided to [...]

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