Continued defeats on issues of individual conscience, Walker said, showed that advocates of religious freedom still have a long way to go. But as lawmakers nationwide begin to bicker over the limits of freedom of conscience for religious institutions, the changes to SB 1146 represent a heartening opening salvo.
The Truth About How Many Americans Are Living on Less Than $2 a Day Leah Jessen / August 18, 2016 Over the last 20 years, welfare reform has reduced poverty trends, national welfare experts say. President Bill Clinton signed into law the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act in 1996. This comprehensive, bipartisan welfare reform act contains work requirements… Read more »
Voter Fraud Is Real. Here Are 4 More Cases ✋ Peter Tapsak / Jason Snead / August 18, 2016 With this November’s election looming just over the horizon, the topic of voter fraud is popping up much more frequently in our news feeds. Progressives insist that voter fraud is a myth, a charade meant to justify repressive voting laws. The… Read more »
Texas Judge Victorious Over Atheist Group in Prayer Dispute Fred Lucas / August 16, 2016 Judge Wayne Mack, a justice of the peace in Montgomery County, Texas, recalls several people telling him they were initially worried about coming before his court, but after the chaplain’s prayer opened the proceedings, they felt better. “It was clear it would be a solemn… Read more »