The delegates at the 2016 Republican National Convention passed a very strong party platform including the strongest pro-life language in decades.
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and the Iowa Legislature need to rein in the unelected Iowa Civil Rights Commission before they further trample religious freedom.
Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing 2016 is a Christian worldview conference for students and adults to be held on Saturday, October 15, 2016 in Johnston, IA.
Monica Vernon, a Democrat candidate in Iowa’s 1st Congressional District race, discussed her opposition to the First Amendment Defense Act in Waterloo, IA.
Jane Robbins of American Principles Project and Eric Goranson of Iowa Association of Christian Schools join Caffeinated Thoughts Radio as guests.
Faith J.H. McDonnell says that no country in the Americas is more restrictive than Cuba when it comes to religious practice. Will Obama address this?
Marco Rubio’s presidential campaign announced the formation of a religious liberty advisory board to emphasize its commitment to religious liberty.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) released a new ad that highlights court victories he had fighting for religious liberty and the 2nd Amendment.
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee tells Robert P. George on EWTN he would push to pass First Amendment Defense Act in first 100 days.
Mark Tooley: Our prayers this Thanksgiving must remember those Christians under threat and restriction by tyrannical regimes and violent ideologies.
Federal Judge David Bunning ordered Kim Davis released on Tuesday after she was detained for disobeying his order to issue same-sex marriage licenses.
This week Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers discuss the Kim Davis controversy in Kentucky, plus Faith McDonnell of the Institute on Religion & Democracy.
The Des Moines Register errantly believes that marriage is an institution that belongs to government and that a court ruling and Governor’s order is law.
Fiorina: Religious liberty should be defended with passion and at the expense of great political capital, but government employees have a different role.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was asked if business owners should be allowed to discriminate against LBGT people, his answer has two basic problems.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) featured victims of religious persecution at the hands of government in the United States at his Rally for Religious Liberty.