Religious Freedom

These freedoms that America’s early immigrants sought—and which the Constitution recognizes as an essential element of liberty--have become a misguided judicial imperative to ensure freedom from religion. The need for a separation of church and state meant something very different and specific when the Constitution was drafted, during an age of monarchs who asserted heavenly authority. Recent attempts to undermine our freedom of worship in the name of “political correctness” are a direct attack on the values and liberties for which our forefathers fought and died.