Religious Liberty

June 29, 2015

When Money Talks, Politics Listen: The Story Of Tim Gill and How He Changed American Culture over the Last 10 Years

In 2007, Time Magazine identified Tim Gill as “The Gay Mogul Changing U.S. Politics.”  Forbes estimated his net worth at $425 million due to the sale
June 30, 2015
Martyrdom of Saint Stephen by Giorgio Vasari, c. 1560

23 Persecutions that Failed to Destroy Christianity

The Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges on Friday raises troubling questions about the future of religious freedom in the United States.  Most ominously, Justice
July 1, 2015

[UPDATED] Secular Media Reveals Intolerance, Slams CV’s Viral Pro-Marriage Video

In the midst of this week’s rainbow-flag-waving celebrations, CatholicVote.org’s ad ‘Not Alone’ is being noticed — and it has hit a nerve. Secular industry sites caught wind
July 2, 2015

#OneVoice

Come, let your voices be heard! Two days ago, Matt Walsh wrote an article for The Blaze on how gay marriage hurts him personally. In it,
July 6, 2015

Catholic Hardware Store Sued for Refusing to Sell Gay Extension Cord

The Catholic owners of “Joe’s Hardware” in Atchison, Kansas are defending themselves against a federal lawsuit that accuses them of violating equal protection laws because they
July 9, 2015

What do millennials really think about marriage?

Tacked to the wall of my AP US History classroom was a poster of a Winston Churchill quote. It read, “If you are not a liberal
July 20, 2015

Trolls, Marriage, and A Modern-Day Warrior

Some public figures are plagued by paparazzi. Others, by trolls. As well-spoken as he is outspoken, Dr. Ryan Anderson has become a world leader in the pro-marriage
September 7, 2015

Is Kim Davis a Religious-Freedom Hero?

Kim Davis, the Rowan County, Ky., clerk jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples is at the center of a debate among Christians.
September 8, 2015

Kim Davis & Lawlessness in the Age of Obama

The news is filled with stories of civil disobedience and selective enforcement of our laws. However you feel about Kim Davis, or sanctuary cities, or recreational