Contraception Mandate Once Again Up Before Supreme Court

The United States Supreme Court recently announced it will hear a challenge from faith-based nonprofit groups, led by Little Sisters of the Poor, on the Affordable Care Act’s contraception mandate. In the First Amendment, the right to religious profession and worship may be considered one of the absolute rights of … »

“Do Not Track” and Do Not Regulate

If you enable “Do Not Track” functions on your web browser, does that mean websites will not use cookies or other analytic devices to gather data about you and your Internet browsing habits? Of course it doesn’t. Should the fact that a number of websites ignore “Do Not Track” requests … »

What’s So Right About Kansas?

Kansas native Bob Weeks hosted Jonathan Williams, Vice President of the Center for State Fiscal Reform at the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), on Voice for Liberty in Wichita to talk about tax policy and federalism. Williams expounded on how states are laboratories for democracy and Kansas had been falling behind other states … »

Students Win in Louisiana: U.S. Department of Justice Loses Case to Shut Down School Choice

A U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit against Louisiana’s scholarship law, which some worried might have national implications for school choice – is officially dead after the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the department yesterday. The opinion in the 2-1 decision called the Department’s tactics “disingenuous” and chastised it … »