The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday announced it would not take up the case of Arlene’s Flowers, a Washington state florists owned by Barronelle Stutzman, who...
Jack Phillips, the Colorado Christian baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple and won a very narrow victory in the U.S....
It would appear the Supreme Court is attempting to lay the groundwork for special religious rights that would supersede the rights of LGBTQ people.
SCOTUS kicks the can down the road.
Claim of anti-religion animus not supported.
“That is the most scant, weakest legal resume imaginable for someone who’s seeking a lifetime appointment to the second-highest court of the land.”
Conservative state appeals court judge who likens homosexuality to bestiality was paid thousands by anti-gay hate group that wants to criminalize homosexuality.
'It Seems I’m the Only Person in the State of Colorado Who Can’t Live Out My Beliefs,' Anti-LGBT Baker Jack Phillips Declares
Religious liberty is supposed to mean freedom of religious practice, but also freedom from religious practice. It's not clear Jeff Sessions agrees.
Jeff Sessions is certifiable.
Refers case back to the lower court.
'Jesus Worked With Folks on the Periphery of Society, Mistreated and Marginalized'
Phillips also claims, falsely, "a wedding is an inherently religious event."
What does all this mean? Let's take a look.
Applies to Only One Baker