"Being a true free speech champion does require that you defend speech that even you disagree with," says libertarian Rikki Schlott.
The latest RPG from Bethesda Studios chronicles the unexpected ways that private, non-governmental power steps in to fill the gaps and voids left by state actors.
The Amazon miniseries examines the Institute in Basic Life Principles, focusing on the Duggar family and its multiple sex abuse scandals.
A Texas judge ordered that the airline submit to training on the rights of religious believers after losing a religious discrimination lawsuit.
Since the Renaissance, we've been increasingly able to define who we are as individuals. But is that a false freedom?
What does that tell us about the state of American Christianity?
The Center has gotten rich in part thanks to its "hate map," which smears many good people.
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It's wrong to use human beings as pawns in an apparent political stunt.
Wired's "senior maverick" on his new book of accumulated wisdom, backlash against tech, and why the future still looks bright.
Some of the points made by Rabbi Yitzhak Grossman in the course of assessing the issue under Jewish law have broader significance, as well.
Rejection of the state and the use of lethal force can be found in the founding documents of Christianity.
Farewell to the senator's son who pioneered a TV genre, helped create the Christian right, ran for president, and earned the grudging respect of Abbie Hoffman
Too few remember the pope's opposition to Polish building regulation.
The ideology champions the same tired policies that big government types predictably propose whenever they see something they don't like.
The Department of Justice is now intervening on behalf of the Orange County, California, group's right to distribute food at its resource center in Santa Ana.
"When the government picks and chooses among religions," the lawsuit reads, "religious liberty is threatened for all."
Up with girls, down with Nazis.
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S.B. 1718 would make it a third-degree felony to “harbor” or “transport” undocumented immigrants. Some Florida faith leaders say it could threaten their church activities.
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The ADL's annual audit of "antisemitic incidents," which counted a record number last year, is apt to be influenced by changes in methodology and reporting behavior.
Greetings from the second International Conspiracy Theory Symposium, where one of the most cited findings in the field has been debunked.
A new Netflix documentary shows how the seeds of political polarization that roil our culture today were planted at Waco.
"I pray wherever I go, inside my head, for the people around me," said one priest. "How can it be a crime for a priest to pray?"
A rogues’ gallery of institutions that anybody with an independent mind should skip.
"My artwork is unapologetic," said the artist. "Sometimes it can be very political. Sometimes it can be very controversial."
SCOTUS Will Decide Whether Federal Law Shields a Religious Postal Employee Who Refuses To Work on Sundays
The Supreme Court considers the scope of federally required religious accommodations at work.
In the early 20th century, the Klan's virulent nativism and anti-Catholicism fueled its interest in education policy.
"Hamline subjected López Prater to the foregoing adverse actions because . . . she did not conform her conduct to the specific beliefs of a Muslim sect," the lawsuit states.
Falwell and his wife engaged in extramarital trysts with a younger man and introduced him to powerful friends, such as future president Donald Trump.
A College Fired a Professor for Showing a Painting of Muhammad. Now, It Could Lose Its Accreditation.
"If Hamline won't listen to free speech advocates or faculty across the country, they'll have to listen to their accreditor," said FIRE attorney Alex Morey, who filed the complaint.