The Supreme Court’s Confusion About “Religion,” It Can’t Define It

Believe it or not, the U.S. Supreme Court has never actually defined “religion.” Nor has the Court ever defined “God.” In fact, the Court has established no standard for referring to “religion” other than evolving and inconsistent concepts. Many of the Court’s definitions of religion actually use the word “religion” to describe religion itself. WhichRead moreRead more

Believe it or not, “Separation of Church and State” Isn’t in the Constitution

Contrary to popular belief, the phrase “separation of church and state” is not in the U.S. Constitution. Yet, two clauses were intentionally written in the First Amendment– to protect the church from the state. Not one of the ninety Founding Fathers stated, argued for or against, or used the phrase, “separation of church and state”Read moreRead more

Justice Scalia: Supreme Court is Destroying What’s Left of Constitutional Republic

Most of America’s judiciary, including the Supreme Court, no longer bases its rulings on the U.S. Constitution, Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia contends. He recently spoke to Santa Clara University Law School students in San Jose, California, sharing that the Supreme Court has been liberal since he was sworn in in 1986. He remarked that the Supreme CourtRead moreRead more