Neil Gorsuch, the Supreme Court, and Religious Freedom
Richard W. Garnett, Religion & Politics
What would the confirmation of Gorsuch to the Supreme Court of the United States mean for the First Amendment and for religious-freedom-under-law? This is, to put it mildly, an interesting time when it comes to these matters.
Empowering Child Support Enforcement to Reduce Poverty
Robert Doar, American Enterprise Institute
Of all the programs that help low-income Americans, Child Support Enforcement (CSE) stands apart from the others.
27 Million People are Enslaved in the World Today: What One Organization is Doing About It
Amelia Hamilton, Opportunity Lives
When young women are rescued from human trafficking it can seem as though the problem has been solved. But being brought to physical safety is only the first step.
To Win Back What We’ve Lost: How Defenders of Religious Freedom Are Fighting to Reclaim International Law
Benjamin Bull, Public Discourse
Despite conceding crucial legal and political ground for decades to organizations such as Planned Parenthood, opportunities abound for defenders of religious freedom to gain that ground back.