Posts Categorized: Free Speech

“Government becoming my conscience” – Why you need to know Blaine Adamson’s story

June 21, 2017 | No comments | Posted in Free Speech, Religious Freedom | Tags: , ,

Blaine Adamson (second from left) spent time in Pennsylvania this week to share his story.

After a five-year journey through Kentucky Courts, Blaine Adamson won his case last May in the Kentucky Court of Appeals. He highlighted his journey in … Read more

Kutztown University changes unconstitutional policy that targeted pro-life student group

June 12, 2017 | No comments | Posted in First Amendment, Free Speech | Tags: , ,

Kutztown University of Pennsylvania has now fixed their previously-unconstitutional policy regarding chalk messages on sidewalks after purposely scrubbing away messages by a pro-life student group on campus.

Jeremy Samek

“The university setting should be one of the safest places for … Read more

Downingtown School: “1st Amendment rights are established by law.”

May 25, 2017 | No comments | Posted in First Amendment, Free Speech | Tags: , ,

In a victory for student rights and Constitutional freedoms, a Pennsylvania school district in the national spotlight has sided with honoring any student’s right to speak out and assemble on public sidewalks.

Two teenagers stood on the public sidewalk outside … Read more

Keep it Up! Contact your State Senator to Vote NO on the Bathroom Bills

June 14, 2016 | No comments | Posted in Children, education, Family, Free Speech, Privacy rights, Religious Freedom | Tags: , , , , ,

GOOD WORK to those who have reached out to their State Senator regarding the Bathroom Bills (SB 1306, SB 1307, and SB 974). Phones over at the State Senate are ringing off the hook! But, the work is not over … Read more

10 Answers to Questions on Christmas in Public Schools

December 14, 2015 | No comments | Posted in education, First Amendment, Free Speech | Tags: ,

It’s Christmas season – which not only means Christmas lights and carols but more instances of pushback on any mention of “the reason for the season” or the celebration of Christmas – especially in public schools.

Sadly, every school district … Read more

Is it fair to compel Christians to do something that violates their faith?

October 6, 2015 | 1 comment | Posted in First Amendment, Free Speech | Tags: , , ,

The Giffords are a Catholic family living on a working farm outside New York City.  Like many family farms, the Giffords open the farm to the public for family activities like berry-picking, hayrides, and so on.  They also used to … Read more

Is it fair to make violating your beliefs the price of citizenship?

October 1, 2015 | No comments | Posted in First Amendment, Free Speech | Tags: , , , ,

Elaine Huguenin is a Christian photographer in New Mexico.  Back before marriage had even been redefined in that state, Huguenin was asked to photograph a same-sex commitment ceremony.  Knowing both that she could not use her artistic talents to celebrate … Read more

Majority Agree: We Should Have the Right to Say ‘No’

September 29, 2015 | 3 comments | Posted in First Amendment, Free Speech | Tags: , , , ,

Proponents of the “Fairness Act” like to say that their proposal enjoys the support of a strong majority of Pennsylvanians.  But like with all polling, it depends on how you ask the question.

If the “Fairness Act” concept—the introduction of … Read more

Threat to Christian Schools is Real

September 18, 2015 | 1 comment | Posted in education, First Amendment, Free Speech | Tags: , , ,

Statements by a State Senator provide clear evidence that Pennsylvania Christian schools are at risk should SB 974 (the so-called “Fairness Act”) become law. At issue: What happens when a Christian school dismisses a teacher for engaging in a public … Read more

He was the best at his job. Then he wrote a book about his beliefs and was fired. Is that fair?

September 18, 2015 | No comments | Posted in First Amendment, Free Speech | Tags: , , , ,

Kelvin Cochran may very well be the best fire fighter in the United States.  And he’s out of a job because of his beliefs about human sexuality.

Chief Cochran was raised in poverty in Shreveport, Louisiana.  He was one of … Read more