First Amendment

Correcting Scalia's Biggest Mistake

Sometimes the greatest compliment a devotee can pay a maestro is applying that maestro's teachings to correct his biggest mistake.

A New York Court Rules in Favor of Protesters

On Tuesday, a district judge ruled in favor of a protester who was arrested for demonstrating in front of a courthouse, stating that the law violated First Amendment rights.

The Jewish case for abortion rights

Fundamentalists hijacked the religious conversation on abortion, but Judaism permits, and in some cases even requires it. This makes abortion not only a Fourteenth Amendment issue—but a First Amendment right.

Open Our Churches Now

It is long past time to let religious Americans return to the pews.