Second Circuit Rules Against Religious Freedom of NYC Churches
Sarah Torre and Andrew Kloster, The Foundry
In the latest episode of a nearly 20-year legal battle for religious freedom in New York City, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday upheld the Board of Education of the City of New York’s refusal to provide permits to use public school space for worship services after hours and on the weekends.
Republican Senator: ‘GOP First Must End Cronyism in Our Own Ranks’
Daniel Halper, The Weekly Standard
Republican senator Mike Lee has an op-ed decrying cronyism. But first, he says, the Republicans must purge the unseemly activity from within its “own ranks.”
The Lottery And Big Government’s Gambling Hypocrisy
Ben Domenech, The Federalist
March Madness is a time when Americans of all backgrounds, faiths, and ethnicities come together for some good, clean, and likely illegal (depending on where you live) fun: gambling on college basketball.
The Case of Brendan Eich
Ross Douthat, New York Times
This mix of stringency in requirements and expansiveness in application obviously raises certain issues for any social conservative currently employed in a high-ranking position, or interested in ascending the career ladder, in many elite professions.