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Let's Repeal All the Religious Freedom Restoration Acts

In my previous post, I wrote about Indiana’s recently passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) and how it differs from other versions of the law passed by other states and at the federal level. 1,093 more words


Oh, Indiana.

There is a lot of talk going on lately about the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act, and with good reason. Some support it, some don’t…and many seem to be confused as to what it is and why it’s a big deal. 1,200 more words


Ohio Judge: There Will Be No Mentioning Of The Constitution Here | TruthVoice

  • Today in a pre-trial hearing, an Ohio judge casually agreed with a motion filed by a prosecutor asking to ban a defendant from bringing up the United States Constitution or the constitutionality of the law under which he is charged with a crime.
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The Establishment of Autonomy and Language Status

In 1987 Nicaragua adopted a new constitution, which guaranteed cultural and linguistic rights to the indigenous and afro-descended (creole) populations of the Caribbean coast. In the same year, the Ley de Autonomía (Law 28) was passed, which established the Northern and Southern Autonomous Regions. 223 more words

Madison and the Free Exercise of Religion

Madison, Denominations and the First Amendment

By Joseph Farinaccio

 The history of the Constitutional clause that guarantees “free exercise” of religion should be of interest to all American Christians. 1,895 more words


When you can't even read the Constitution

I clearly hesitate to wade into arguments and battles that just can’t have any resolution in a public forum. They are also discussions I thoroughly like having in small groups or with individuals. 271 more words


"The FTC’s Supreme Court Victory: A Rare Win for Both Libertarians and Regulators" Guest Post by Theodore A. Gebhard, J.D., Ph.D.

The Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) recent Supreme Court victory in the North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners (NCSB or Board) case brought together in common cause both economic libertarians and federal antitrust regulators — groups often at odds with each other respecting important philosophical and policy principles. 1,260 more words

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