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Jay, The “Ground Zero Mosque” debate continues. I appeared on Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor” on Friday evening to discuss the issue with Walid Shoebat – a man who claims he’s a Muslim terrorist turned Christian. Because of Shoebat’s […]

Jay, You explained your legal argument (I still don’t believe it’s a winning one), but you fail to address the broader issue. That is, why can’t Americans be tolerant enough to respect the rights of all, whether they agree with […]

Jay, You must REALLY like the Burlington Coat Factory. That’s the only logical explanation I can come up with for why the American Center for Law and Justice, which claims it’s all about preserving Americans’ religious freedom, would file a […]

Jay,   Like Supreme Court Justices Alito, Scalia, Roberts and Thomas, you have characterized this case all wrong. You write that the majority’s decision is flawed because it has denied the Christian Legal Society (CLS) its fundamental right to religious […]

Today, Americans United is celebrating another victory – this time at the U.S. Supreme Court. This morning, the high court upheld a policy at University of California, Hastings College of the Law that prohibits school-subsidized clubs from engaging in religious […]

Barry,  Thanks for standing up for the rights of our client, Raymond Hosier, who was punished by a New York school district for wearing a Rosary to school.  By the way, I never considered your position on this issue “odd” […]

Barry, I did a double-take today when I read a report in the Washington Times that you believe the New York school district was wrong in suspending our client, Raymond Hosier, for wearing a Rosary to school.   In punishing Raymond, […]

Barry,  It took only a few hours before a federal court in New York acted on our request for a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) and cleared the way for our client, 13-year-old Raymond Hosier of Schenectady who had been suspended indefinitely […]

Barry, With confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Kagan set to begin June 28th, we’ll soon find out how much we will learn about Supreme Court nominee Kagan. I want to turn now to a story developing in New York […]

Barry, you’re right.  This is a very important case.  In your assertions, though, you minimize the threat that blind enforcement of “non-discrimination” policies can pose to expressive associations such as the Christian Legal Society (CLS) who seek to ensure that […]