Mixed Signals: The Supreme Court and Two Current Church-State Cases

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Those urging that the cross be left in place argue that the courts should look to the purpose of the Peace Cross as a memorial to war dead.
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Thoughts in the Wake of Pittsburgh

Anti-Semitism today, as has been the case historically, has been a phenomenon associated at various times with white nationalism, Islamist extremism, the far left or anti-Zionism.
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Religious Accommodation as Dignified Work

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Religious accommodation is a crucial element in assuring a dignified future for all, regardless of faith.
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Justice Kennedy Departs With an Ethical Teaching

Justice Kennedy provided an ethical teaching that, even as we disagree on some extremely important matters, we must do so in a fashion based on tolerance, respect and the understanding that all sides deserve dignity.
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What Binds Us Together Still More Important Than What Separates Us

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It is not always clear how best to reconcile religious liberty claims with other fundamental interests.
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