Advancing Religious Freedom

Civil liberties are God-given, inalienable and self-evident. Religious freedom predates civil government and the United States Constitution. The fight for religious freedom is a battle for the heart and soul of our nation. If we lose our religious freedom, then we have lost America to tyranny.

We lose our religious freedom for three primary reasons: Ignorance of the law; hostility toward religion; and apathy. Education is the best weapon against apathy and tyranny.

Litigation is an excellent form of education; one successful lawsuit can prevent the loss of civil liberties for many. Liberty Counsel can provide legal representation anywhere in the United States.

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Indiana Bill Protects Prayer for Students

The Indiana Senate and House recently passed a bill that would protect public school students from discrimination when they are praying or engaging in religious activities before, during and after school.  HB 2014 , sponsored by Rep. John...

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Teacher Bans Cross and Forces LGBT Agenda on Students

Liberty Counsel sent a  demand letter  to the Hillsborough County Public Schools regarding a teacher who has prohibited Christian jewelry, is engaging in outrageous LGBT political activism in her classroom, and punishes students who do...

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Special Court Affirms Chief Justice Moore’s Removal

Today, the Special Court of retired judges, sitting as the Alabama Supreme Court, issued its decision affirming the Court of the Judiciary’s (COJ) September 30, 2016, opinion imposing a lifetime suspension for Chief Justice Roy Moore....

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Good News Club Victory in Aloha State

In a victory for Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) in the Aloha State, its after-school Good News Club can now be held in Ewa Elementary, the largest elementary school in the Campbell-Kapolei Complex.

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Major Free Exercise Case Before Supreme Court Tomorrow

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments tomorrow in  Trinity Lutheran Church v. Pauley  to decide whether excluding churches from public grant program violates the First Amendment’s Free Exercise Clause and the Fourteenth...

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The “Grinch” Is Trying to Steal Easter Eggs

Many candy makers have scrubbed the word "Easter" from their advertising and packaging such as Hershey's, M&M's, Lindor, Russell Stover, Dove, Rolo and ...

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