Civil Liberties

What if We Loved Them Both? The Christian case for the letter and spirit of the Bill of Rights.

“Due process is just, and it’s indispensable to the pursuit of justice. It is the answer to the question at the start of this newsletter—in the most fraught of claims and the most vicious of crimes—What if we loved them both? What if both accused and accuser were of equal worth?” - David French

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AG Barr explores legal action against state COVID-19 orders that infringe on civil rights

"On Monday, Barr sent a two-page memo to federal prosecutors asking them to consider legal action against state and local governments that infringe upon citizens' civil liberties as they enforce state lockdown policies in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic." - CPost

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Rejecting Vermeule’s Right-Wing Dworkinian Vision

"...there is nothing in Professor Vermeule’s essay to suggest that it is the only reasonable approach to securing the common good. More importantly, there are sound reasons to believe that the United States, through its written Constitution, chose a different—also reasonable—approach" - Law & Liberty

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37% of Americans Can’t Name a Right Guaranteed by First Amendment

"Only 79 percent surveyed thought atheists have the same rights as other American citizens as per a new survey conducted by Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania. 76 percent of respondents believe that Muslims have equal rights like other U.S. citizens." WRN

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