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A New Form of Discrimination - Charles Colson

Imagine you own a small business—let’s say a donut shop—and you have an employee who is late for work everyday and is rude to customers. When you fire him, he claims it is really because he is gay—and sues.   Read more...

A Question of Freedom - George Weigel

When Benedict XVI goes to Turkey, the media talk will be of Islam, but the pope's visit could advance religious liberty for Orthodox Christians.  Read more...

A Question That Won’t Go Away - Robert Royal

In 1996, a symposium appeared in the journal First Things entitled "The End of Democracy? The Judicial Usurpation of Politics." It seriously examined whether the wholesale departure from constitutional order had, in fact, led to the kind of regime in America that was no longer legitimate.   Read more...

A rabbi's warning to U.S. Christians - Rabbi Daniel Lapin

I am certainly not a Churchill. I am not even a Revel. I am having enough trouble just trying to be a Lapin. But I am issuing a very serious warning about deep consequences, just as they did. It is a warning about the earliest stages of what could become a cataract of disasters if not resisted now.  Read more...

A Rare and Tenuous Freedom: An Interview with Nina Shea - Religion & Liberty

Nina Shea, whom Christianity Today called “The Daniel of Religious Rights,” has committed her life to fighting for religious and political freedom. Her work is immensely important, and we are fortunate and humbled for this opportunity to raise awareness of all she is doing for the sake of freedom.  Read more...

A Response to Christopher Hitchens' 'The Great Catholic Coverup' - Sean Murphy

Christopher Hitchens' venomous attack on Pope Benedict XVI is a revelation that deserves wider attention.  Read more...

A Response to Christopher Hitchens' 'The Great Catholic Coverup' (with references) - Sean Murphy

Christopher Hitchens venomous attack on Pope Benedict XVI is a revelation that deserves wider attention.  Read more...

A Shepherd Speaks - Bishop Fred Henry

Bishop Fred Henry's letter to the Premier of Alberta.  Read more...

A soldier for morality - Father Raymond de Souza

Vindication is rarely so complete in a single lifetime, even one nearly 90 years long.  Read more...

A Strange Alliance - Theodore Dalrymple

I haven’t written much about religion, but I have been surprised by the vehemence, not to say the violence, of the response to that little that I have written.  Read more...

A Strange Double Standard - Rabbi Daniel Lapin

Why is only Christian participation in the democratic process perceived as a threat to constitutional safety?  Read more...

A Time to Speak - Mike S. Adams

Dear Intimidated Christian: I want to thank you for coming by the office last week to vent your frustrations over the anti-Christian remarks your professor has been making in the classroom.  Read more...

A Victory For Persecuted Christians - Chuck Colson

On Oct. 21, an event of enormous importance, certainly symbolically, occurred at the White House. The president, I am thrilled to report, signed the Sudan Peace Act into law.  Read more...

A Voice In The Wilderness - Brian Robertson

Asked what Catholics in the United States can do about the situation in Sudan, Bishop Macram answers quickly. "Jesus taught his disciples that this type of evil is only sent away by prayer and fasting.  Read more...

About those "secular" menorahs - Terry Mattingly

When it comes to decorating tabernacles and temples, the God of Israel cares about the fine details.  Read more...

Ahmadinejad’s Demons - Matthias Kuntzel

During the Iran-Iraq War, the Ayatollah Khomeini imported 500,000 small plastic keys from Taiwan. The trinkets were meant to be inspirational.  Read more...

Al-Qaeda Targets Christians, Again - Paul Marshall

Recent incidents show that more extreme forms of Islam are still growing in the Muslim world, even in countries such as Egypt, often regarded as "moderate."   Read more...

Albania: The First Atheist State - Robert Royal

Albania is a small country that prides itself on its fierce national identity and long Christian history. But after the communist takeover 1946 tens of thousands of common people perished for religious reasons.   Read more...

All very juvenile and incorrect - Rex Murphy

I know Margaret Wente has already wrung out the dishcloth on this one, but I figure it's worth one more passing squeeze.   Read more...

Ambushed by a Kangaroo Court - Austen Ivereigh

A UN committee has roasted the Vatican over sex abuse. And abortion. And the Pill. And homosexuality. And whatever.  Read more...

American Freedom and the Catholic Church - Cardinal Francis George

On June 20, Pope Francis spoke to a conference in Rome on international religious liberty and the global clash of values.  Read more...

An Airport Encounter - Cardinal Timothy Dolan

An angry man confronted Cardinal Dolan recently over the sexual abuse of minors by priests.  Read more...

An atheist identifies 'the central problem with the gay marriage agenda' - Carl E. Olson

What is the central problem?  Read more...

Anatomy of a Smear - Austin Ruse

I do not believe that sexual orientation and gender identity should become new categories of non-discrimination in international law. For this, I have been "outed" on a number of homosexual websites and blogs as supporting the murder of homosexuals.  Read more...

Another human-rights irony at the U.N. - Anne Applebaum

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad campaigned in Uganda and Zimbabwe. Behind the scenes, his flunkies twisted arms and offered favors.  Read more...


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