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Religious Liberty and the Constitution in the Wake of Obergefell

I have to confess that I wasn’t all that surprised by the Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, which held that the 14th Amendment Due


Congratulations, we raised $160,000 together!

Thank you to the generous donors who helped us reach our most recent fundraising goal of $80,000, unlocking an additional $80,000 in matching funds to

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Faith-Based Organizations, SOGI, and the Federal Government

Last summer, the Obama Administration proposed a rule adding sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI—get used to the acronym) to the list of cl


GA Needs to Move from School Choice to Educational Choice

Last Friday I had the opportunity to address a subcommittee of the Governor’s Education Reform Commission.  This particular subcommittee is tasked

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Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

What Returning Citizens Need to Make Successful Transitions The fundamental building blocks for returning citizens’ successful transition back into


Culture, Economics, and Poverty

We had an unusual experience last week, with President Obama participating in, of all things, a panel discussion on poverty with three leading public

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