Chalk up another victory for the gay and lesbian lobby. They managed to stir up so much of a ruckus that Arizona Governor Jan Brewer vetoed a measure the State Legislature passed to safeguard the religious liberty of its citizens.
Backing away from the controversy fueled by widespread negative media coverage, on February 26 Arizona Governor Jan Brewer vetoed Senate Bill 1062, which would have amended Arizona’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act so that business owners could avoid participating in activities contrary to their religious beliefs.
On Tuesday the Supreme Court ruled in Fernandez v. California that when a resident who objects to the search of his residence is removed through a lawful arrest, the remaining resident may give police consent to search without first demanding a warrant.
A federal judge has struck down Texas' constitutional amendment, approved in 2005 by 76 percent of the state's voters, that defines marriage as between a man and a woman.
When it comes to banning the advertising of food in public schools, the First Amendment apparently doesn't apply.
The state of Massachusetts has inflicted a child abuse charge on a couple over the doctor-prescribed medical treatment of their daughter.
An Arizona state senator went on national television to defend the state's controversial religious-freedom bill against the steady drumbeat of opposition.
Rampant government violations of the U.S. Bill of Rights are an indication that the Bill of Rights is facing greater threat today under manufactured “necessity” than ever before in American history.
Supporters of the Article V constitutional convention claim that this is the only solution to our current problem of federal overreach.
The U.S. Supreme Court Monday rejected without comment an appeal from the state of Arizona of a ruling by a panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals that requires the state to include Planned Parenthood as recipients of payments.