The Department of Justice is holding seminars on religious freedom law for its staff and attorneys. DOJ has been actively defending individual religious freedom in cases for Muslims, Christians and Jews, none of which infringe on the liberty of anyone else. Aiding the left in its unending battle against people of faith, the NYT wrote fake news smearing the program. Fortunately, constitutional voices fought back.
8/6: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on a federal appeals court reinstating former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin's defamation lawsuit against the New York Times to proceed.
5/10: The IRS and the Justice Department should investigate how this disclosure happened, find out who did it, and prosecute anyone who violated the law.
5/8: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky explains how the New York Times violated the President's privacy by publishing his tax returns.
Everyone reading this should do the attorney general of New York, a big favor: buy a copy of the U.S. Constitution, highlight the First Amendment in the Bill of Rights and mail him a copy.
Celebrating the birthday of a convicted communist spy goes a bit too far.
Presidents reveal the content of their character in the way they use their “bully pulpit.”
Trouble starts when citizenship is treated as an annoying speed bump.
The New York Times has revealed what some of us already knew.