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Court OKs 'Kill Jews, draw close to Allah' ads on NYC buses

A district judge ruled that ads posted on New York City buses and subways reading, “Killing Jews is worship that draws us close to Allah,” are acceptable under First Amendment protections. Ironic and confusing to many, the ads were created by the pro ...

Court: KY law protects Christian businessman

A Kentucky judge has ruled that a T-shirt company in Lexington can operate his business according to his faith and the government can't force him to do otherwise. More than three years ago, Blaine Adamson of "Hands On Originals" declined to print T-s ...

Drug charges dropped; cop violated man's 4th Amendment rights

A man convicted on drug charges has been absolved of guilt by the nation's highest court, and the case sends a lesson to others. Dennys Rodriguez and his passenger were stopped by police in Nebraska for driving onto a median. An officer gave him a wa ...

Will one man decide the future of marriage?

WASHINGTON -- Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy will be in a familiar position today: hearing arguments in a high-stakes legal drama and knowing that all eyes in the court's marbled chamber will be on him. Kennedy, the so-called "swing voter" who ...

Ginsburg and Kagan must recuse - the law demands it

Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan must recuse themselves from the upcoming decision on homosexual "marriage." The reason is simple: their impartiality on the matter has been hopelessly compromised. Here's how Title 28, Part I ...

Cruz to pastors: 'Uphold sacrament of marriage'

In anticipation of next week's Supreme Court hearings on same-sex "marriage," Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is exhorting tens of thousands of pastors across the U.S. to champion biblical marriage from their pulpits this Sunday. Cruz, son ...

The gathering storm: An IRS defeat

Attempting to obscure the extent of its alleged targeting of conservative groups, the Internal Revenue Service has been smacked with a serious setback in its court fight in Ohio. A federal judge granted a motion compelling the IRS to list the 298 tar ...

10 Commandments will soon come to Arkansas capitol

Arkansas will soon have a Ten Commandments monument on state capitol grounds, and supporters don't believe any challenge against it will be successful in court. Governor Asa Hutchinson has signed a bill that, in time, will permit a monument to be on ...

So it's OK for a baker to refuse - unless he's a Christian?

Alliance Defending Freedom has found evidence to back a Colorado Christian bakery owner's appeal of a conviction of discriminating against homosexuals. In order to make a point, Bill Jack of Castle Rock, Colorado, visited several bakeries in the Denv ...

Is hostility toward coal a liberal litmus test?

The frantic effort to discredit a liberal critic of an Obama environmental regulation offers a revealing look at how much the left loathes the coal industry. Liberals are "bewildered and angry" because Harvard Law School professor Laurence Tribe oppo ...


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