Posts Tagged ‘ Supreme Court ’

Our Work on Capitol Hill and the Supreme Court in 2019

Mar 13th, 2019 | By

The majority of those responding to the survey support our continued work on Capitol Hill. The response to the announcement that the Religious Freedom Coalition had filed an Amicus brief stirred readers to overwhelmingly show their support.


Jan 16th, 2018 | By
William Murray speaking at the site of the drafting of the Virginia Act Establishing Religious Freedom in 1777.

All liberty, known more popularly as freedom today, is born in the heart of God. The forces of evil are always ready to steal our liberty and our hope away from us. In America the liberty we have was handed down to us by men of good character who did indeed believe the Bible was the supreme guide, and this America must never forget.

The U.S. Supreme Court, Speech Regulation, And Islam

Jul 9th, 2015 | By

The following has been reprinted from The Legal Project, a program of The Middle East Forum. Two Supreme Court decisions may impact how Americans can honestly discuss Islam and Islamic terrorism in the future. Muslim radicals are offended by any criticism of Islam or Mohammad and will kill critics of both. Has the Supreme Court just given Islamists legal protection to silence truth-tellers about Islam?

The Supreme Court Gives Silent Nod To Same-Sex Marriage

Oct 7th, 2014 | By

“The Supreme Court abandoned its duty to take up or at least hold these marriage cases. The responsibility for the undermining of marriage rests solely at the U.S. Supreme Court. Last year’s decision in the Defense of Marriage Act case that started this fire, and today’s decision to watch marriage burn to ashes is the responsibility of the Supreme Court.

Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial Cross Fight Will Advance In Federal Appeals Court!

Jul 16th, 2014 | By
The cross at Mt. Soledad War Memorial will remain

The United States Supreme Court notified Liberty Institute that it declined to review their case defending the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial early. Instead, the fight to preserve the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial Cross will now continue at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit—with the case likely to advance to the Supreme Court after that.

SCOTUS: Americans Don’t Surrender Their Freedom When They Open A Family Business

Jun 30th, 2014 | By

( – Anthony Hahn, the president and CEO of Conestoga Wood Specialties, one of the companies challenging Obamacare’s contraception mandate, said his legal battle wasn’t for his company alone.

“We wholeheartedly affirm what the Supreme Court made clear today — that Americans don’t have to surrender their freedom when they open a family business. All Americans, including family business owners, must be free to live and work according to their beliefs without fear of government punishment.”

Hahn said for his family and like-minded Americans, the government must respect “our freedom not to participate in the distribution of drugs and devices that can cause an abortion.”

Supreme Court To Rule On Obamacare Abortion Mandate Before Recess

Jun 17th, 2014 | By

The U.S. Supreme Court will issue its ruling on Obamacare’s abortion mandate any day now.

The Court could go either way on this case, which involves Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood – both Christian-owned businesses. They are among 49 other family-owned businesses that have challenged Obamacare’s abortion mandate.

Chairman’s Report May 16, 2014

May 28th, 2014 | By

In this issue:  RFC chairman prays on steps of Supreme Court – / National Day of Prayer events in Washington, DC / Supreme Court rules prayer before public events no unconstitutional / U.S. aid supporting Islamic terrorists / Leftist Hollywood discovers sharia

RFC Chairman Reacts To Public Prayer Ruling By Supreme Court

May 6th, 2014 | By
My Life Without God

William J. Murray, chairman of the Religious Freedom Coalition, is encouraged by yesterday’s Supreme Court decision upholding prayers in Town Hall meetings.

Murray was interviewed by Jerome Corsi for WorldNetDaily. Murray was at the center of the infamous Supreme Court decision in 1963 that threw prayer out of the public schools.

Murray’s mother, Madalyn Murray O’Hair, was a notorious atheist activist who sued the Baltimore School District for requiring each school day to start with Bible reading or the Lord’s Prayer.

U.S. Supreme Court Strongly Affirms That Americans Are Free To Pray

May 5th, 2014 | By

The U.S. Supreme Court Monday strongly affirmed the freedom of Americans to pray according to their own beliefs at public meetings. Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys represent the town of Greece, N.Y. in the lawsuit, Town of Greece v. Galloway. Lead counsel and allied attorney Thomas G. Hungar of the Washington, D.C. law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP argued the case before the Supreme Court in November of last year.