Grotesque Campus Antisemitism is Fueled by Woke Takeover of Higher Education
“There are moments in this life… when… pure, unadulterated evil is unleashed on this world.” That is how President Biden first described Hamas’s gruesome premeditated attack on Israeli civilians.
EXPERT INSIGHT: Groff v. DeJoy decision upholds religious freedom
The Supreme Court’s decision in Groff v. DeJoy safeguards religious liberty for faith-loving Americans and expands the ability of employees to observe their Sabbath day.
EXPERT INSIGHT: 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis
303 Creative LLC v. Elenis Supreme Court decision protects religious freedom for all Americans.
STATEMENT: AFPI Lauds Supreme Court for Upholding Free Speech
FACT SHEET: Churches Can Influence Public Policy
There is a pervasive misperception that churches, religious organizations, pastors, and other religious leaders are unable to engage in public policy debates without losing their tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.1 The lack of proper understanding of the interplay between a church’s First Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution2 and the limitations of tax-exempt status has caused many religious organizations to remain on the sidelines, even as public policy debates veer contrary to the church’s teachings.