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    Debate: Does Every Bakery Have to Bake Cakes for Every Wedding? (VIDEO)

    Yesterday, Heritage’s William E. Simon Fellow Ryan T. Anderson appeared on The Blaze with host Andrew Wilkow to discuss Arizona law SB 1062, which is designed to protect religious liberty. Anderson debated the Log Cabin Republicans’ executive director Gregory T. Angelo on the matter. Watch their spirited exchange here: >>> … More

    Why That Texas Judge Was Wrong to Strike Down Texas’ Marriage Law

    Yet another judge has struck down a state constitutional amendment defining marriage as the union of a man and a woman. These rulings claim that the equal protection of the law requires the redefinition of marriage. It does not. State laws that reflect the truth about marriage should be ruled … More

    Kirsten Powers Demagogues on Religious Liberty, Again

    Bill Clinton is an extremist according to Kirsten Powers. That’s the gist of her latest USA Today op-ed, on Arizona’s attempt to protect religious liberty in the state with protections similar to the ones in the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) that Clinton signed into law back in 1993. … More

    On Religious Liberty, Arizona Gets it Right and NY Times Gets it Wrong Again

    The headline reads “A License to Discriminate.” And the New York Times editorial board goes on to claim that Arizona has just passed “noxious measures to give businesses and individuals the broad right to deny services to same-sex couples in the name of protecting religious liberty.” The Times got it … More

    WATCH: "Finding Mr. Righteous" Author Speaks at The Bloggers Briefing

    Heritage Foundation legal scholar Hans von Spakovsky will speak at The Bloggers Briefing on Tuesday to share an update on conservative groups being targeted by the IRS and the agency’s new attempt to silence nonprofit advocacy groups. Two weeks ago, committees in the House heard testimony from several conservative leaders … More

    Network Gives Hillary Clinton Direct Access to Hispanic Americans

    Is the largest Spanish-language network boosting a likely candidate two years removed from the 2016 presidential election? It’s certainly looking that way, and the media are turning a blind eye. According to reports, possible presidential aspirant and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is entering into a partnership with Univision—the … More

    Tony Stark, Come Home: Hollywood Seeks Tax Breaks to Lure More Movies

    Hollywood’s new role may be as the world capital for film entertainment in name only, unless California can compete with other states in tax incentives, industry watchers say. FilmL.A. Inc., the nonprofit film office of the city and county of Los Angeles, has partnered with Warner Bros. Entertainment, unions and others … More

    New Marriage Laws Shouldn't Marginalize Christians

    For years now, a central argument of those in favor of same-sex marriage has been that all Americans should be free to live and love how they choose. But does that freedom require the government to coerce those who disagree into celebrating same-sex relationships? A growing number of incidents show … More

    Lawmaker Budgets for Tin Foil Hats to Mock Critics of Common Core

    As opponents of the Obama Administration’s national education standards rallied Wednesday at the Missouri State Capitol, state Representative Mike Lair acted on what some might call sinister motives:  The Republican lawmaker included an appropriation of $8 for tin foil hats for parents and others who oppose the so-called Common Core standards. Blogger Duane … More

    Ryan Anderson to Kirsten Powers: Jim Crow? Government Shouldn’t Intimidate Christians

    Liberal-leaning commentator Kirsten Powers strays from a common understanding of faith in asserting that Christians who support protections for religious views on marriage “are essentially arguing for homosexual Jim Crow laws,” Heritage Foundation scholar Ryan T. Anderson writes in a National Review Online column. Powers makes the comparison in her … More