Supreme Court Caves: Fails to Protect Religious Liberty and Freedom of Conscience – 5 Things You Should Know

Craig HueyFirst Amendment, Religious Liberty, Supreme Court6 Comments

#1. In America, no one should be forced to violate their conscience by requiring them to express a message, embrace an idea or celebrate an event they disagree with. The state court had branded florist Barronelle Stutzman a “discriminator” and ordered her to attend, facilitate and create custom floral art celebrating all marriages or none. Stutzman had argued that her … Read More

Supreme Court Victory for Christian Student

Craig HueyEducation, Faith, First Amendment, Supreme Court1 Comment

A Georgia college student fought back against unconstitutional discrimination and won. He was told by the school he couldn’t distribute Christian literature. He fought back against unconstitutional discrimination and won. In a 8-1 decision, Chuck Uzuegbunam won…and the college changed its policies. It’s a major win for free speech and religious expression. Sadly, while strict constructionists and even the judicial … Read More

1.4 Million Realtors to be Censored?

Craig HueyCurrent Events, First Amendment, Social Media3 Comments

Across America, realtors now have a major threat to their free speech. Unknown to most, the National Association of Realtors made dangerous changes in its rules that could crush anything that is said by a realtor that is not “politically correct.” On Facebook. On Instagram. In emails. In public statements… All realtor private and public comments now are open to … Read More