Houston Narrows Subpoenas, But Pastors Say Not Enough
Howard Friedman, Religion Clause
The city of Houston, Texas announced yesterday that it has filed narrowed subpoenas against five pastors in a lawsuit against it challenging rejection of referendum petition signatures. At issue is an attempt by opponents of the city’s Equal Rights Ordinance to obtain its repeal.
Faith, Capitalism, and Economic Freedom
Keating Center Staff, Keating Center
Undeniably being the leader of the free world would be an incredibly demanding job. There is a reason why presidents’ hair seems to gray at a remarkably fast pace: they have to make extremely difficult decisions.
What Recent Events in Houston Mean for Religious Freedom
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
This is not the vision the founders saw for this nation. They saw religious liberty as one of the bedrock principles of the United States. Today our religious freedom is at risk of being replaced, at least in practice, by religious tolerance.
China’s One-Child Policy: Massive Crimes against Women, Supported by the Obama Administration
Chris Smith, Public Discourse
Under the Obama Administration, the United States is breaking its own law by giving taxpayer money to the United Nations Population Fund, which supports the One-Child Policy. It is also failing to implement immigration and visa bans for those who have been complicit in forced abortions and sterilizations.