Ontario Appeals Court to TWU:  Lawyer Diversity Apparently Necessitates Restricting Diversity in Law Schools

Ontario Appeals Court to TWU:  Lawyer Diversity Apparently Necessitates Restricting Diversity in Law Schools

Stanley Carlson-Thies, July 22, 2016 The evangelical law school that Trinity Western University, British Columbia, is seeking to open ran into another obstacle when, on…

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The Christian Mingle Settlement:  Using the Law to Reduce Choices in the Marketplace

The Christian Mingle Settlement:  Using the Law to Reduce Choices in the Marketplace

Stanley Carlson-Thies, July 22, 2016  A group of religious dating sites has agreed to stop restricting users to opposite-sex matches after being charged under California’s…

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Beyond Houses of Worship – What a Native American Religious Group and Hobby Lobby Have in Common

Beyond Houses of Worship – What a Native American Religious Group and Hobby Lobby Have in Common

Chelsea Langston Bombino, July 22 2016 Over the past decade, the American consciousness of what qualifies as a religious institution, whether in public discourse or…

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California Bill That Will Undermine Religious Colleges:  Amended but not Better

California Bill That Will Undermine Religious Colleges:  Amended but not Better

Stanley Carlson-Thies, July 8 2016  SB 1146, with the stated aim of stamping out supposed discrimination in California higher education, is slowly making its way…

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Brexit, FBOs, Globalization, and Identity

Brexit, FBOs, Globalization, and Identity

Chelsea Langston Bombino, July 8, 2016 Many Americans are asking what the recent British decision to leave the European Union could mean for shifting public…

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Obama Administration Loosens Restrictions on Funding Religion Overseas

Obama Administration Loosens Restrictions on Funding Religion Overseas

Stanley Carlson-Thies, July 8, 2016  The rules of the faith-based initiative, from the earliest days of Republican-sponsored Charitable Choice language enacted during the Clinton administration,…

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Free to Serve Migrants?

Free to Serve Migrants?

Chelsea Langston Bombino, July 8, 2016 In late June, the ACLU of Northern California brought suit against the federal government (the Department of Health and…

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A Diverse Marketplace, Except for Religious-shaped Choices

A Diverse Marketplace, Except for Religious-shaped Choices

Stanley Carlson-Thies, July 8, 2016  The US Supreme Court on June 28, 2016, decided not to accept the Stormans case concerning the Washington State prohibition…

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