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Corporations, like individuals, have the right to engage in political speech, the U.S. Supreme Court said three years ago. The “corporate identity” of a speaker did not justify a reduced level of free speech protection, wrote Justice Anthony M. Kennedy in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. READ MORE
Next week my denomination will receive the report from a special committee tasked with seeking unity between Calvinists and non-Calvinists in the Southern Baptist Convention. The report concludes what I’ve long suspected: we have much more uniting us across these questions than dividing us, and most of us are ready to love one another and work together. READ MORE
An Indiana physics professor who has been accused of pushing a religious agenda in his coursework is awaiting a decision from Ball State University officials. READ MORE
Our friend (and frequent Corner contributor) Peter Kirsanow serves on the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, which recently turned its focus to religious freedom in the United States. Peter talks to National Review Online about what the commission learned, in advance of a report. READ MORE
On Thursday, the Ethics and Public Policy Center, a Washington, D.C. based “think tank” will be hosting a National Religious Freedom Conference, to be broadcast on C-Span. Church State Council executive director, Alan J. Reinach, Esq., will be a panelist for a discussion of religious freedom in the state legislatures. READ MORE