Nuns Back in Court as State AGs Fight for Planned Parenthood

Pennsylvania and California AGs have collected more than $25,000 from abortion industry

The Little Sisters of the Poor are once again at the center of a religious liberty court battle as California and Pennsylvania attempt to force them to cover abortifacients, by overturning a federal exemption from the Trump administration.

The Hobby Lobby Ruling Is the Left’s Benghazi

No one died, but liberals are OUTRAGED

The recently decided Supreme Court case, Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, is the left’s Benghazi. More accurately, the liberal response to Monday's ruling resembles the caricatured version of the right's reaction to Benghazi. And it couldn’t have come at a better time—that is, less than 24 hours before the FEC’s quarterly filing deadline. Democrats proceeded to fundraise the hell out of it. Hey! But that’s different than fundraising off a tragedy like Benghazi! Maybe, but after reading some of these fundraising emails, it is pretty clear that Democrats want you to believe that the Court’s ruling is, quite literally, a national tragedy of Benghazian proportions.

IRS Officials Counseled White House on Contraception Mandate

Sent confidential taxpayer info, redaction indicates

A top Internal Revenue Service official appears to have sent confidential taxpayer information to White House officials and counseled the executive staff on legal challenges from groups who claimed Obamacare infringed on their religious liberties, emails released Wednesday reveal.

A New Front for Religious Liberty

First non-Catholic business sues HHS over contraceptive mandate

An arts and crafts business with more than 500 stores across the country launched a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) implementation of Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate Wednesday, the Becket Fund announced.

Sugar Daddy in Chief

Five examples of Obama using executive authority to entice key constituencies

President Obama has repeatedly over the past several months used his executive authority to reward certain key constituencies, a process sometimes referred to as “vote buying.”