Articles tagged as Civil Rights

  • Does Gordon Giampietro Need a Defense?- Prof. Hadley Arkes in The Catholic Thing

    by James Wilson Institute on March 3, 2018
    Writing in The Catholic Thing, Professor Hadley Arkes defends Gordon Giampietro, a nominee for a federal district judgeship in Wisconsin in a piece titled “Does Gordon Giampietro Need a Defense?”  A “controversy” was generated because of a supportive comment that Mr. Giampietro posted on a column written by Professor Arkes in The Catholic Thing four […]
  • “Jack Phillips Has His Day In Court” – Prof. Hadley Arkes in the Claremont Review of Books Digital

    by James Wilson Institute on December 8, 2017
    In early December 2017, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The case concerns a weave of questions on freedom of religious expression, limitations on speech, and laws on public accommodations in the state of Colorado. In an essay for the Claremont Review of Books Digital,  ”Jack Phillips Has His Day […]
  • Free Speech and Religious Liberty at the Supreme Court

    by James Wilson Institute on September 25, 2017
    Jack Phillips, Barronelle Stutzman, Blaine Adamson, and the Larsen Family: each are blessed with extraordinary creativity and faith along with success in their private businesses. Jack bakes personalized cakes, Barronelle designs unique floral arrangements, Blaine prints custom shirts, and the Larsen’s videography captures the intimate stories of others. Each take pride in their faith and […]