Religious Liberties

Churches across New York City were celebrating last weekend. Not only because it was Palm Sunday, but because, after a 19-year legal battle, they were allowed to stay in the rented public school buildings where they meet.  Read more

It’s important to understand how people on the other side of an issue think – although in this case, you may want some aspirin before we begin.  Read more

CitizenLink is proud to work with Texas Values and other family policy organizations across the country to stand for marriage, life and religious freedom. Learn more about the one in your state.  Read more

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A federal court ruled Wednesday that the University of North Carolina-Wilmington must promote Mike Adams and pay him $50,000. Earlier the court found the university had retaliated against Adams for his conservative views by denying him a full professorship.  Read more

Teens across the country will take part in the Day of Dialogue on Thursday. The student-led event encourages young people to enter the conversation about controversial, but important, subjects already being discussed among their peers and promoted in their schools. Focus on the Family sponsors the event.  Read more

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The “resignation” of short-time Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich has been eye-opening for many. How can a $1,000 donation in support of marriage eight years ago get him kicked out? The story serves to highlight an agenda that has always been in play, but is just now coming into full view.  Read more

A federal court said today that Delaware Strong Families (DSF) does not have to reveal its supporters’ names or contributions in order to publish a nonpartisan voter guide. That order will remain in place while the court challenge continues.  Read more

The decline of journalistic intellectual rigor has been widely debated, but there is perhaps no more compelling case to be made than this week’s editorial board opinion in the Richmond Times-Dispatch applauding Governor McAuliffe’s veto of legislation protecting the religious freedom of National Guard Chaplains.  Read more

A federal court has ruled that the Bronx Household of Faith does not have the right to meet in a public school building. The empty school building, though, plays host to other community groups and organizations.  Read more

CitizenLink is proud to work with the Family Leader and other family policy organizations across the country to stand for marriage, life and religious freedom. Learn more about the one in your state.  Read more

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