Archive for: October, 2015

Supremacy Clause Prevents States from Ignoring Supreme Court Decisions

Supremacy Clause Prevents States from Ignoring Supreme Court Decisions

Why attempts to convince state and local governmental officials that they can ignore Supreme Court decisions are legally incorrect and could lead to a Constitutional crisis.

 
 

Adventist Church Releases World Religious Liberty Report

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The Seventh-day Adventist Church has released a 408-page report outlining international religious liberty demographics and issues.

 
 

Mel Gibson's new film to shine spotlight on Adventist history of conscientious objection

Mel Gibson's new film to shine spotlight on Adventist history of conscientious objection

Mel Gibson's $55,000,000 film will have Adventists re-exploring this part of their history and considering the future of conscientious objection.

 
 

Why California's New "Death with Dignity" Law Will Make Suicide Common and Expected

Why California's New "Death with Dignity" Law Will Make Suicide Common and Expected

On October 5, 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation that will permit terminally ill patients to obtain medications that will enable them to end their own lives. The legislation had been opposed by disability rights groups that were concerned that people would choose to end their lives because of financial worries or depression.

 
 

The Immigration Crisis and the Rule of Law

The Immigration Crisis and the Rule of Law

Dr. Norman Farley examines the issue of immigration, the rule of law, and the search for solutions.