Linda Greenhouse omits the anti-Catholic bias at the heart of a new case before the Court.
David FrenchLinda Greenhouse wrote about a new @IJ case at the Supreme Court -- raising the alarm about "religious crusaders" -- but does not mention the odious anti-Catholic history at the heart of the case. A response
David FrenchBlaine Amendment.
Odious 19th century anti-Catholic bigotry. You shouldn't discuss one of the Supreme Court's most important cases this term without using those words
Our wealth can be great. Our influence can be vast. But it is for naught if our commitment to Christendom supersedes our commitment to Christ.
David FrenchHas any single secular attack on the church harmed the church more than the church has harmed itself? Jerry Falwell is one example of the church's self-harm. There are others. Many others.
David FrenchBy many measures Jerry Falwell has advanced Christendom. His university is prosperous. His influence is substantial. But is advancing Christendom the same thing as advancing Christianity? Some thoughts (with a shout-out to Kierkegaard)
David FrenchOur wealth can be great. Our influence can be vast. But it is for naught if our commitment to Christendom supersedes our commitment to Christ.
Free speech is often the first casualty of political polarization.
David FrenchSan Francisco's attack on the NRA is beyond the pale. It violates the First Amendment, its language is unconscionable, and it further poisons our political debate. All those who defend liberty should hope the NRA's lawsuit prevails
David FrenchSan Francisco needs a lesson in the First Amendment. Government retaliation against constitutionally-protected expression rarely survives contact with the courts