David Saperstein




Stories by David Saperstein
Sandy Hook: never again

The tragedy of Sandy Hook was stunning in its human face, the faces of first-graders and their teachers. In the … Continued

Eliminating workplace discrimination brings us closer to the values of our nation

AP The U.S. Capitol seen in the reflecting pool on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, Nov. 12, 2010. In June, … Continued

Radicalization is not just a Muslim problem

Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.), chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, will begin holding hearings Thursday on “the extent of … Continued

Diversity is good; Religious tests for office are not

Q: If Elena Kagan is confirmed to replace retiring Justice John Paul Stevens, the Supreme Court would for the first … Continued

Respecting the cross and the law

The religious community was deeply split over the recent Supreme Court decision (Salazar v. Buono) about a cross in the … Continued

Hate crimes are different

Q: Congress is expected to expand federal hate crimes laws to add “sexual orientation” to a list that already includes … Continued

No Discrimination With Tax Dollars

Dozens of major religious groups and denominations are urging Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. to renounce a Bush-era memo … Continued

Inclusive Governments, Individual Religions

Welton Gaddy has contributed a constructive and positive approach to the complex and vexing cultural debate on marriage equality. At … Continued

A Pro-Life Position Most Religious People Embrace

In giving government support to promising research utilizing stem cells, which can enhance the life and health of millions of … Continued

A Religious Obligation To Help All Those Suffering — Not Just The Poor

The first question of the Bible is not Cain’s question to God: Am I my brother’s keeper? Rather, it is … Continued