supreme-court-religion

When the U.S. Supreme Court talks about religion, all hell breaks loose.
At the Supreme Court on Wednesday, the lawyer for the town, Thomas G. Hungar, argued that the 2nd Circuit erred in using
Court decisions involving freedom of religion tend to be closely decided with many separate opinions rather than clear-cut
I hope my findings will make more Americans aware of how religion shapes a judge's worldview, in a way similar to a judge's race, ethnicity, gender, and past life experiences. However, I hope the next Supreme Court nominee is not subject to a senatorial inquisition over his or her faith.
The school has since officially recognized Make Up Your Own Mind; Tedesco said the ADF is working on a settlement. "Belief
The City of San Leandro asked the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday to review a land use case involving a local megachurch that