State Supreme Court Chief Justice Tom Parker cited the Bible to explain why.
Religion and the Law
The court is silent on whether it would be OK to take him to Houston in July.
a new article of mine, is now available at the Journal of Law & Religion.
"During the custody battle [in Saudi Arabia], Ghassan AlHaidari accused Bethany of gender mixing, adultery, and insulting Islam and Saudi Arabia. Gender mixing, a punishable crime, entails having a male friend. To prove the charge of adultery, Ghassan submitted a photograph of Bethany with a male, who Ghassan claimed to be her boyfriend. The crimes of adultery, insulting Islam, and insulting Saudi Arabia carry a death penalty in Saudi Arabia."
because she was angry about the Israel-Hamas war, Indianapolis police said."
Amicus brief in Supreme Court's Second Amendment Rahimi case
No Constitutional Right to Opt out of Sexual-Minority-Themed Curriculum Elements at Public Elementary School
A federal court rejects challengers' Free Exercise Clause and parental rights claims.
What does that tell us about the state of American Christianity?
Plus: Perspectives on the affirmative action ruling, how U.S. policy is thwarting Cuban capitalists, and more...
S. Ct. Unanimously Broadens (Somewhat) Employees' Rights to Religious Exemptions from Neutral Work Rules
The decision, which interprets Title VII's reasonable accommodation provision (enacted in 1972), applies to private employees as well as government employees.
Schools Have No Constitutional Obligation to Try to Keep Students from Having Sex in the Parking Lot
"[T]he Does cannot wield the constitutional right to parent as a sword to require the district to adopt policies that help them to direct and control their son's choices," and likewise as to the right to free exercise of religion.
Some of the points made by Rabbi Yitzhak Grossman in the course of assessing the issue under Jewish law have broader significance, as well.
Justice Breyer saw church-state controversies as highly and inevitably fact-bound, solvable only through a judicial balancing exercise.
Court Upholds Order Limiting Divorced Father's Talking to Gay Son About Sexual Orientation and Religion
"[W]e find no error by the trial court in finding that Father had mentally abused N. The circuit court concluded that N. was 'frightened,' 'scared,' and 'fearful' of his Father's anger and his Father's refusal to accept his sexual orientation."
The ideology champions the same tired policies that big government types predictably propose whenever they see something they don't like.
Establishment Clause Related to School's Transcendental Meditation Program Sent to Transcendental Mediation
OK, not really, but the judge partly denied the motion for summary judgment, which would allow it to go to trial.