Edward McGlynn Gaffney, Jr.
Federal courts in Louisiana recently reached the conclusion that too much thinking about the difficult issues involved in evolution can be downright dangerous. The Tangipahoa Parish Board of Education required its teachers to read a statement before any classroom discussion dealing with evolution . . . . Continue Reading »
For those who are committed to protecting the unborn and to preserving our traditional moral heritage, it is a mistake to oppose the Religious Freedom Restoration Act”a mistake of both principle and tactics. It is a mistake of principle because the Act seeks to restore the most precious of our . . . . Continue Reading »
T he signers of this letter have been active for many years in both scholarship and litigation regarding religious liberty, and have close associations with many in the religious community who are now deciding whether to support the proposed Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Based on both our . . . . Continue Reading »