More on Individual Liberty

Why the health care fight is also about abortion

MLADEN ANTONOV AFP/GETTY IMAGES Anti-abortion protesters pray outside the Supreme Court on the third day of oral arguments over the … Continued

Living without religion

Earlier this year, the Center for Inquiry, an Amherst, N.Y.-based atheist group, initiated a controversial and provocative ad campaign in … Continued

From Jesus’ socialism to capitalistic Christianity

A truly strange thing has happened to American Christianity. A set of profound contradictions have developed within modern conservative Christianity, … Continued

SOTU: U.S. is a Miracle

President Barack Obama is applauded by Vice President Joe Biden and House Speaker John Boehner on Capitol Hill in Washington, … Continued

On Churches and Dictators: The Pope Comes to Britain

By Eric Heinze If Pope Benedict XVI doesn’t go down as one of history’s most beloved pontiffs, he’ll certainly go … Continued

Religious freedom officials enter Ground Zero debate

By Michelle Boorstein What position — if any — should members of America’s primary government body dedicated to religious freedom … Continued

Meaning in a homeless man’s death

By Jeremy BurtonSenior Vice President of Philanthropic Initiatives Jewish Funds for Justice This week, Jews around the world will celebrate … Continued

Red Tories and tea parties

Unorthodoxy By Patrick J. Deneen On the evening of Thursday, March 18, and much of the following Friday afternoon, there … Continued

Establishment Clause doesn’t limit foreign policy

JUST LAW AND RELIGION Michael Kessler Does the Establishment Clause prevent the President from using or aiding religion as part … Continued

6 Questions for S. Court Nominee

JUST LAW AND RELIGION By Michael Kessler President Obama will soon announce his nominee for the next Supreme Court justice. … Continued