Wanted: A Pro-Life Movement that Is Actually Pro-Life, and a Morality Police that Is in Favor of More than Just a Selective Application of Morality

Today, the National March for Life was held. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the event, that is the day when purportedly pro-life people don't come out for increased sex education and/or increased distribution of contraceptive devices--approaches which may actually help bring down the number of unexpected and unwanted pregnancies, and relatedly, the …

Some Sensible Commentary on the Hobby Lobby Decision

Read all of Emma Green's article, and note especially the following: . . . as John J. Dilulio Jr., the first director of the White House Office of Faith-Based Initiatives, writes over at Brookings, "Love it or loathe it, the Hobby Lobby decision is limited in scope." It's about how the Religious Freedom Restoration Act applies to this …

What We Learn from Today’s Supreme Court Rulings

The Supreme Court handed down two important decisions today. Both were rightly decided, in my view. The first was Burwell v. Hobby Lobby. Eugene Volokh has a very good rundown of the case here. Note the following from his post: . . . The owners of Hobby Lobby sincerely believe that it’s wrong for them …